Codemotion Milan 2015 - Conference (20th/21st November 2015)

International tech conference for developers open to any languages and technologies.

20 21 November 2015

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Codemotion is the main tech conference for developers, open to all languages and technologies, in Italy and Spain, and one of the hugest in Europe.
We started in Rome and now we are also in Milan, Madrid, Barcelona, Berlin, Tel Aviv and we are working to reach new cool locations.
Web, Mobile, Cloud, Big Data, Security, Open Source, Languages, IoT/IoE, Maker, are only some of the topics we deal with.
Codemotion is an international conference: among others Andy S. Tanenbaum and Michael Widenius keynoted in past editions.

19 speakers

3 sessions

Day 1 Friday 20th November 2015

Day 2 Saturday 21st November 2015

31 known attendees

  • Paolo Sinelli
  • Michele Orsi
  • Giuseppe Burdo
  • Carlo Micieli
  • Eric Bonfadini
  • Jo Pearce
  • Marco Firrincieli
  • Paolo Rovella
  • Marcos Lin
  • Andrea Piovani
  • Fabio Mora
  • Joe Nash
  • Codemotion
  • Emanuela
  • Ben Scott
  • Adam Onishi
  • Lily Dart
  • Kasia Mrowca
  • Francesco Fullone
  • Simon Hohenadl
  • Gianluca Arbezzano
  • Tamir Dresher
  • Gianluca Varisco
  • Matteo Guidotto
  • Andrea Magnorsky
  • Stefano Baghino
  • Sara Vieira
  • Giorgio Natili
  • Pietro Di Bello
  • Agnieszka Naplocha
  • Lorenzo Massacci

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  • Riccardo Cambiassi
  • Filippo Liverani
  • Orlando Selenu
  • Emanuele Bolognesi
  • Patroklos Papapetrou
  • Nicole Bartolini
  • Luigi Berrettini
  • Jon Arne S.
  • Emanuele DelBono
  • Leonardo Giordani

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