All that #sotn15

State of the Net 2015 was a terrific experience. Beautiful location, passionate participants, excellent speakers. Overall it was probably one of the best SotN event ever. You can still live it again from the beginning, if you want: as it was streamed live or session by session, choosing your favourite topic in the SotN15 playlist on YouTube.

If you want more, there are some interviews with the speaker that Alessio Jacona did during the event. Remember that on our YouTube channel you can find every single keynote and session from the 2008 edition till today. It’s a library with more than 100 speakers and more than 100 sessions, a slice of the state of yesterday and of the state of today, all for free.

Don’t miss also the beautiful photos of the event by Daniele Braida on Flickr and people generated pictures on Instagram.

You’ll find some good excerpt from the conference chasing #sotn15 related content on Twitter (we had been trending topic also this year!) and on Facebook.

People loved also the music: here is, as usual, the SotN15’s playlist on Spotify.

Now what? Of course, we’re already working on 2016 event. But we’d love to hear from you before: what did you like the most this year? What you would like to find next at State of the Net? Let us know your ideas, in the comments below or by email.

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Waiting for you in Milano at SotN15

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We are looking forward to welcoming you all to State of the Net 2015 on Sunday and Monday at the UniCredit Pavilion in Milan. Here is some useful information about the conference program and the location.

Take a look to the schedule and the speakers list, they are now update and complete.

On Sunday at 6pm we will meet our speakers during an open and informal session, previewing the topics of the next day conference. We hope you will be able to join us and be part of the conversation from the very beginning. At 8pm you are invited for a toast at Illy Caffè in piazza Gae Aulenti, right outside the UniCredit Pavilion.

Monday‘s program will begin at 9:30am. It’ll be an exciting day filled with keynotes and conversations. The morning session will continue until 1pm, while the afternoon session will go on from 2:30pm to 6pm. You will be able to enjoy complimentary Illy coffee during conference breaks.

Please note that English will be the working language on both days and that we won’t be providing any translation service.

Registration on both days will begin 1 hour before the event: your personalized badge is waiting for you at the reception of the Pavilion (don’t worry: you can register on site if you decide to come at the last minute).

How to get there: UniCredit Pavilion is very close to Porta Garibaldi train station and subway stations Garibaldi (on the M2 line) and Isola (M5). If you use public transport, you can plan your route usingGiroMilano. If you come by car, Parkopedia may help you in finding a garage or a parking lot.

Remember to use #sotn15 hashtag on your social channels. Keynotes and sessions will be also streamed live on the conference website and on our YouTube channel.