This weekend I have attended to Codemotion 2016. I have gathered some links of talks and workshops that I consider really worthwile to review:
Susana Morcuende (@yosoytumadre_ti), Yamila Moreno (@yamila_moreno) and Jorge Arévalo (@jorgeas80) talked about Los androides no sueñan con ovejas eléctricas; sueñan con conciliar. It is quite refreshing to find a talk about this important aspect of work. People attending to the talk seemed really interested on the subject and enjoying the talk.
Jesus Arnáiz talked about Máxima productividad con Tmux y Vim. This talk was full-packed of great tips and pointers to plugins and other Vim trivia. Fun and practical information.
Ignacio Sánchez(@drhelius) conducted an amazing workshop about Programación de Emuladores con Go. After a general introduction to emulation and, in particular, to the GameBoy HW/SW, he prepared a Github repo with the code of a buggy emulator as an exercise for fixing it by reading the GameBoy documentation and coding the missing emulator operations. Thoroughly prepared, great, great workshop. A perfect 10, congrats!
Miguel Ángel López (@MiguelAngel_LV) and José Juan Sánchez (@josejuansanchez) conducted a hands-on workshop named Experimentando con chismes y cacharros. Very complete series of exercises, each one building upon the previous one, with kits supplied (for free!) to the participants, creating a multi-sensor IoT device, programmed with the PlatformIO IDE. A fantastic way to close the conference.