Sign up for the RabbitMQ Summit Waiting List

The waiting list for Early Bird RabbitMQ Summit tickets is now available. Here’s how to get yourself signed up for early access.

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Mark your calendars! The Very Early Bird tickets for the RabbitMQ Summit are set to open on 15th June, 2023. In joining the waiting list, you will receive exclusive access to the conference’s best-priced tickets. 

This is your chance to secure your spot at the RabbitMQ Summit at a discounted rate, allowing you to make the most of this incredible learning and networking opportunity.

Event date and location

Join us on 20th Oct 2023 at the Estrel Hotel- Berlin in Germany.

About the RabbitMQ Summit

The RabbitMQ Summit 2023 is an eagerly anticipated event that brings together software developers, system architects, and industry experts from around the world.

RabbitMQ is utilised by more than 35,000 companies globally and is considered a top choice for implementing the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP). 

By joining us, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from industry experts, who will provide valuable insights and share best practices for successfully integrating RabbitMQ into your organisation.

We’re looking forward to creative talks, great vibes and most importantly, meeting fellow Rabbit MQ enthusiasts!

Ticket details

You can join the waitlist and sign up for exclusive access here.

For more information

You can visit the RabbitMQ Summit website for more details and follow our Twitter account for the latest updates.

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