The Things Conference 2020 - Amsterdam (community discount codes available)

Keep look to the side :
There you can see the speakers list and the content off the 2020 what you can expect. A complete time table Id did not see yet.
But I will be there (all most home town)

Yes, please more detail on keynotes, business fair, workshops, premium technical sessions, networking activities, VIP events. Each ticket gets you more access but only some keynotes and two workshops are listed as of now.

As I understand it, the schedules for talks and workshops haven’t been finalised yet, but as a sponsor we’ve seen a draft of it, so I reckon that means it’s not too far from being published. There are a few still marked as TBC, so I guess they want to get it all firmed up first.

The draft workshop line up looks particularly good to me. There are a few I’d like to go to but I’ll be manning the shop the whole time!

The (draft) program for both keynotes and workshops has been added as a download to, referring to

And from Slack:

@laurens 6:58 PM

Workshop registration will open next week. You can already search for the workshops you want to attend:

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Will we see key presentations live streamed again for those of us remote or unable to attend.? Or will we have wait for the selection to be posted later…

Thank you, very helpful in choosing what ticket I want

I will not have the opportunity to go to the conference. Will there be conference recordings?

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Only two weeks away. I have my flights and hotel booked. Looking forward to meeting y’all in Amsterdam. Please give me a holler if you want to discuss AgTech. Cheers, Reinier


Yes, very much so. Flag me down if you see me

Last year all Sessions off the main stage where recorded and later available on the internet. So be patient and looking forward to that. (last after few weeks)

I got some discount codes for active community members available.

Please send me a PM for more information and add in your message the community you’re part of, and/or how you contribute to The Things Network.

And volunteers wanted:

Become a volunteer:

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Will there be a dedicated ferry connection again? The regular ferry pier is a 15 min walk away from the Kromhouthal (which might also be fine if the weather is appropriate :grinning:).

Below is some useful information about Amsterdam’s public ferry and the metro:

Ferry line 902 IJplein

A slightly faster alternative with shorter walk is to take the metro:

Metro line 52 from Central Station to Noorderpark

  • Timetable
  • Metro travel time 3 min.
  • Walk to venue 850 m, 11 min. see route on map
  • Need to buy ticket (2x one-way ticket €1.26)
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Unless there is a direct ferry, I will take the metro.

FYI: I have added a list with useful links to the topic start.


Just for those not following the LinkedIn group:


Below the details to get to the conference venue (there won’t be a dedicated ferry goes directly to the conference venue this year)

Metro – You can take the metro 52 from Amsterdam Central Station. When you exit the metro at Noorderpark station, it’s a 15 minute walk to the conference. See route navigation.

Ferry – There are free ferries departing from the Amsterdam Central Train Station. Go to the river side and take the most eastern ferry to IJplein. After departing the ferry, it’s a 20 minute walk to the venue. See route navigation

Bike – Amsterdam is the perfect city to travel by bike. The conference location is easily reachable by bike using the free ferry mentioned above. There are many bike rental options available, please see link or check with your accommodation.

Taxi/Uber – If you come by taxi or Uber, navigate to Gedempt Hamerkanaal 96, the conference venue is right across this address. There are NO parking spots available next to the conference venue.


Where is it again the link to register for the workshops? I cannot find it on my mailbox…

The link is personal and linked to your ticket. Sender was “”.

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