Tickets

What ticket should I buy?

If you are a student, unemployed, on a lower income, or feel you would benefit from a reduced-priced ticket, please pick the student/diversity rate. If your employer is paying your way then please pick the corporate rate. If you work for a small company, or the corporate rate is not reasonable for your company, then please pick the individual rate. State or government institutions and non-profit organizations should use the corporate rate if they are able.

Ticket Types

Individual: If your company has 5 or fewer employees, or if you’re purchasing your own ticket without any help from your employer.

Corporate: If your employer (with more than 5 employees) is paying for your ticket. State or government institutions and non-profit organizations should use the corporate rate if they are able.

Student/Diversity: If you’re unemployed, on a lower income, are a member of an underrepresented group, or would benefit from a lower-priced ticket for another reason. If your company is paying for your ticket, you are not eligible for this ticket type.

Tutorials (TBD): They are a separate cost from your conference ticket. You can register for a tutorial without registering for the conference itself. You must register for a specific tutorial.

Sprints (free): The ticket is free, but we ask you to register so we can buy you lunch. You do not have to register for the conference itself to register for sprints.