The second edition of DTN will be held in a beautiful 1950s-era recording studio in a former state radio broadcast centre, overlooking the River Spree.
Block B • Studio 4
Terra nemo is a Latin expression
meaning “no man’s land”
Data Terra Nemo is a technical conference for hackers and computer scientists focused on distributed and decentralized systems.Register
What to Expect
Expect subversive and unconventional ideas that will challenge your thinking. A small event designed to promote constructive discourse. Expect a group of people who share an interest in building scalable, fault-tolerant, high-availability protocols and systems.
This is a not-for-profit event. All sponsorships and tickets pay for the conference itself. Aside from discussions and talks, attendees can expect delicious food and coffee. All talks and interviews will be recorded and published online after the event.
Ara Blocks45 mins
Beaker Browser45 mins
Protocol Labs45 mins
Digital Democracy45 mins
Conductor Lab45 mins
Known solutions for distributed systems problems
What tools and frameworks are there and how can we use them today? What are some of the apps we want to see in the future?
Panelists: Emil Bay, Gina Giampaolo, André Staltz, Sarah Friend90 mins
Secure Scuttlebutt45 mins
Dat Project45 mins
Web Torrent45 mins
Problems in distributed systems we need to solve
Consensus, replication, peer-discovery, broadening the contributor base.
Panelists: David Dias, Karissa McKelvey, Dominic Tarr, Mathias Buus90 mins
Code of Conduct
This conference was created with the intention of uniting people and sharing ideas. We want to promote a strong sense of empathy and provide a friendly environment in which everyone feels comfortable expressing their ideas. If you are an attendee we ask you to treat everyone with the utmost respect. More specifically, our code of conduct is here.