The Big Berlin Breakdown: April 2 – 7

By Simone ODonovan |

Check out Silicon Allee’s weekly rundown of all the best events going on in our fair city: what’s happening, what’s coming up and what may be of interest whether you be investor, entrepreneur or hacker.


Tuesday will see the second meetup for RubyMotion, a toolchain for iOS development using the Ruby programming language. will be hosting tonight’s event and speakers will include CEO of WeHackIt Diego Araos, and  UIKonf Talk’s Matt Patterson. Register here. From 7.30pm at Greifswalderstr. 156.


OpenHack Berlin are holding their first session at co.up. The schedule will start with introductions, followed by a three hour hack session, and then a problem solving forum whereby you can ask fellow hackers for help. Register here. From 7.30pm at Adalberstrasse 7-8.


The Association for German Science and iversity are hosting the MOOC Production Fellowship contest which seeks to identify ten innovative concepts for massive open online courses. They are holding an information session to answer all your questions which will start with a discussion, then a Q&A session, and followed by a lunch. Email to sign up. From 11am at Pariser Platz 6.

Friday to Sunday

The Deutsche Telekom and Evernote hackathon, being organised in conjunction with Silicon Allee, takes place at DT’s new innovative space near Nollendorfplatz. There are some amazing prizes up for grabs – including the chance for the winning team to present their idea at the Evernote conference in Silicon Valley in September – as well as the opportunity to work with a multitude of APIs. There is still time to sign up for the free event, but there is a limited amount of tickets. Click here for more information. At Winterfeldtstrasse 21.

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