FemtoConf 2020

May 8–10, 2020 Darmstadt, Germany
A super tiny conference for small, self-funded, software companies

FemtoConf 2020 is cancelled.

At the beginning of March, things still looked like that the conference can happen as planned. After all it’s small and it was a few weeks out. There was a chance that things might work out as planned, but the risk of having to cancel was growing every day.

Ultimately, the health of every attendee, as well as the health of our families, friends, and those with higher risk is more important than having a fun weekend with like-minded people.

To minimize the damage for everyone, the conference was cancelled on March 14, 2020.

This conference isn't (primarily) about talks.

It’s about meeting people. While there will be talks about interesting topics the primary purpose is to meet old and new friends. We hope you’ll enjoy your time with us in Darmstadt.

2017 attendees


The conference is called FemtoConf for a reason. It’s small. Therefore tickets are limited to only 25 attendees. Early bird tickets for the 2020 edition start at €349 (excl. VAT). There are also partner tickets available if you want to bring your spouse or a friend.

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The schedule for the conference isn’t set in stone, yet. This is just to give you a rough idea about what to expect. Lunch on Saturday and Sunday is included in the ticket price, as well as dinner and drinks on Friday and Saturday night.

Friday, May 8, 2020

  • 7pm – Welcome Dinner

Saturday, May 9, 2020

  • 09:00am – Welcome
  • 09:30am – Talk
  • 10:30am – Coffee Break
  • 11:00am – Talk
  • 12:00pm – Lunch Break
  • 02:00pm – Talk
  • 03:00pm – Coffee Break
  • 03:30pm – Talk
  • 04:30pm – End of Talks
  • 07:00pm – Dinner

Sunday, May 10, 2020

  • 09:00am – Welcome
  • 09:30am – Workshop
  • 11:00am – Coffee Break
  • 11:30am – Workshop
  • 01:00pm – Lunch Break
  • 03:00pm – Activity
  • 06:00pm – Official End
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By plane: The nearest airport is Frankfurt Airport. There’s a bus from both airport terminals that takes about 30 minutes.

By train: Darmstadt is pretty well connected by train. IC and ICE trains stop at the central station. Also, in just about about 20 minute you’re at Frankfurt central station that offers both national and international connections.

By car: Darmstadt is right next to Autobahn A5, so getting there by car is no big deal. Just try to travel outside of rush hour times.