Reject.JS is an annual, community-driven full day JavaScript conference happening in Berlin at September 24th, 2015 - this Thursday! It's for the community by the community and intended for people whose talk did not get accepted to JSConf EU and attendees who didn't get a ticket to it.

In addition to Nodevember we are also sponsoring Reject.JS and have a free ticket to give away for the conference!

The event's organization team has succeeded in attracting some fine speakers who will talk on a wide range of JavaScript related topics. To read about the full schedule, please head over to the Reject.JS website.

Tickets to Reject.JS are sold out, so you have a chance here to get one of the very few last ones available.

Also, I will attend Reject.JS myself, so if you would like to meet me and chat about Transloadit, tech in general, Berlin or your favorite kind of beer, here is your chance. :smile:

The golden ticket :sparkles:

So what does the free ticket to Reject.JS include?

  • Free admission (saving you 60EUR)
  • All talks
  • Supply with non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks throughout the day
  • A delicious lunch
  • After party

How to win :trophy:

If you're in Berlin on Sept 24 (this Thursday) and would like to attend Reject.JS, let us know on Twitter and you're competing in our raffle. Done.

Optionally, you can increase your likelihood of winning as the raffle is weighted. Since we're looking to spread the word about tus and Transloadit, we'll reward you cumulative boosts of gratitude if you help us with that:

  1. Ask for the ticket on Twitter: 1
  2. Following us on Twitter: +1
  3. People who tweet nice things about (t)us: +1
  4. If you are a paying customer of ours: +1

This way anybody is able to triple - and our customers are able to quadruple - their chances of winning.

Let us know before Wednesday Sept 23rd, 4 pm CEST. Good luck and I hope to see you there! :)

PS. If you're looking to organize a conference or hackathon and are still looking for sponsors, shoot an email to, we love to help.

Update - The lucky developer to win the free tickets was Stefán Vignir!