Looking for tech events in Barcelona? You are in the right place! Every month we update this list with the top Barcelona tech events so you can go to the most interesting ones! Whether you’re a local, new in town, or just passing through, you should definitely check the myriad meetups, talks and presentations taking place here! It’s not by chance that Barcelona made it to the top 5 of innovation hubs, since in this city you will find some of the best events related to innovation, software development, software architecture, and many many others. 

In this article, we list upcoming congresses, conferences, meetups, workshops and katas that we believe are worth attending!  

 

Top 6 Barcelona tech events in December 2019

 

1.Panel discussion: What is the area of a tech team that needs more attention?

December, 4

This Panel discussion is about “what is the area of a tech team that requires more attention: technical level, motivation, communication, etc. and how is it managed?”

SPEAKERS


– Alejandro Moleiro – Principal Engineer in Adevinta
– Marc Oliveras – CTO in Tiendeo
– Manuel Lucas Viñas Livschitz – Principal Engineer / Software Architect at Voxel Group
– Albert Zaragoza – CTO in Worldsensing
– Joan Oliva – CTO in Cdmon
– Alvaro García – Principal Engineer at Apiumhub

The attendees ( software developers ) will also participate, asking questions, discussing things, providing a “team” perspective.

After the discussion, there will be networking time with good beer and yummies! 

 

2. 10th DDD BCN Meetup

December, 4

This event will be in a format of EventStorming Panel discussion. The discussion will be guided by a set of questions or themes related to EventStorming and the speakers will answer individually. After the discussion, there will be Q&A session.

Btw, the organizers are giving EventStorming course in Apium Academy in February, click here to know more!

 

3. Coding Dojo: Gossiping Bus Drivers Kata

December, 9

This kata will be practices this time: https://kata-log.rocks/gossiping-bus-drivers-kata?

Remember, that a coding dojo is a safe space where the priority is learning and having fun, using deliberate practice. Finishing the exercise is not the purpose (as the katas are usually long), you can finish it at home. Most of the learning of the coding dojo will happen at home, when you dig deep into the topics we have jointly discussed.

 

4. Continuous Delivery workshop by Viktor Farcic

December, 10

A lot changed since cloud, Kubernetes, and containers were introduced. Whatever you did in the past might not be valid anymore. Applications need to become cloud-native and need to adopt Kubernetes as the first class citizen, and there is no doubt anymore that continuous delivery is a must for any company that wants to stay competitive. The problem is that Kubernetes is complicated and the ecosystem is vast. Understanding low-level details takes time and a tool is needed that will allow you to leverage all the latest and greatest processes and tools. At the same time, it is also about being simple and straightforward so that everyone can benefit from them. That is the primary objective behind the Jenkins X project. It brings power by combining best practices and tools while keeping it so simple that anyone can use it. Jenkins X, an open source project introduced to the community by CloudBees, enables the rapid creation, delivery and orchestration of cloud-native applications based on continuous delivery best practices and the proven Kubernetes platform.

During this hands-on workshop you will explore how to create a fully operational continuous delivery pipeline using containers, Kubernetes, Jenkins X, and quite a few other tools.

 

5. Roadmaps Workshop

December, 11

This event is about sharing experiences and try to tackle the issues Product Owners face, while gaining real in-depth insights. The goal is to create workshops that center around a specific topic that allows you to gain more knowledge and learn from each other while meeting inspirational people! This time you will look into best practises and how to build a shared visual representation amongst your team, for your product. After this Koalaboox will share with us their experience of how they built their Roadmap.
This session will be ended with questions, where everyone can share best practises with each other.

 

6. 1st Barcelona EventStorming for Startups and Businesses Meetup

December, 18

How can your startup or business benefit from adopting EventStorming?
This event will cover the introduction to EventStorming in the context of an organization. Understanding the business and their processes with Big Picture EventStorming and Modelling Porcesses, Services or Features EventStorming. Towards the end an EventStorming case example of an startup will be shown. Finally, there will be some time for questions and networking. 

Btw, the organizers are giving EventStorming course in Apium Academy in February, click here to know more!

 

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