Nov 24-25 2017
Here we stand
We work hard, Monday to Friday, sometimes on weekends too. Some of us have kids, because yay - sleep is optional. We do all that reading during our commute and bring it also to our toilet time, the articles, the tweets, the reddits. We push the limits, question the status quo, asking to drop the legacy code in our systems. We innovate.
We also want to learn how to do our systems better, because we care. So on top of that, still we find time to attend meetups and hackathons, complete code labs and write blog posts. We share what we know, and we ask for advice for what we don't. We bond.
We are all super heroes, you hear? We deserve a day. Gimme a break.
Frequently Asked Questions
This year we are going to be more strict with the access to the talks. With this in mind, at the registration desk we will give you:
A wristband: This wristband should be displayed when asked by anyone from the organization, and must be worn during the entire event. Neither in the pocket, nor in the backpack, nor at home.
Without a wristband, the organization reserves the right to prohibit access to the talks.
If you want to use the same ticket for one person the first day and for another one the second, tell it at the info point before leaving the event and we will cut your wristband and give you another for the next day.
- A badge: Unlike other years, the only purpose of the badge is to facilitate networking. It is not mandatory to wear it, but will help when meeting new people.
You can view the full list here
¿What is Indie Mad?
A room with over 50 dev teams from Spain where not only you can ask about the technical aspects of video games development, but also experiment with their demos and learn about what's coming in the world of Spanish videogames. Who knows, maybe you'll find the next Commandos, The Abbey of Crime, or Castlevania.
If you want to know more about the community or if you want to present your game, get in touch with them.
Talks & Labs
This event would not be possible without the participation of our communities. They produce the content that gives meaning to all of this.
javaHispano HackathonLovers MadridJS Madrid-GUG ManageIQ Spain MadridJUG Techdencias DotNetters dotnetMalaga madrid.rb MadridScala PhpMadrid Madriagil Tech&Ladies Betabeers Madrid PASS Spain XantarDev YoSoyTuMadre HTML5Spain Frontend Developers Madrid CATzure AdaBcnJs SUG.CAT GeoDevelopers CrossDevelopment-Madrid GDG`s NodeJSMadrid
Our parking has limited capacity, and we will be quite a few. We recommend using public transport, which is surprisingly simple:
Renfe offers a 30% discount to attend Codemotion. This offer is valid for all trains and all national travels, for one-way or round-trips, but cannot be combined with any other commercial offer. Here you can read more about how this works.
Important: to get this special fare you will need a discount card, that is strictly personal and that must show your name. You will be required to show the discount card, together with your train ticket, at the train station or during your trip by the train inspector. To obtain your personal discount card, you have to email us at [email protected], providing:
- Your full name
- Your ID number
- Your Codemotion ticket as attachment
We kindly ask you not to request the discount card unless you are sure you will need it.
Enjoy a 10% discount on double or single room with or without breakfast if you book your stay between 23 and 26 of November. In order to get this discount, please use the link of the respective hotel and introduce the discount code "Codemotion" to finalize the booking:
- Hotel Pozuelo offers 15 rooms.
- Eurostars I-Hotel provides between 30 and 40 rooms (depending on availability).
Hurry up and book now.
- Universidad San Pablo CEU
- Campus de Montepríncipe
- Boadilla del monte, Madrid
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Terms and Conditions
To purchase tickets for Codemotion you have to accept the Terms and Conditions of the organization. They are nothing out of the ordinary.
Code of Conduct
We require all of our attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers to accept our code of conduct. The organization will enforce this code through the event.