The recording is not the same
Make a list of the recorded talks "to watch over the weekend", or "one talk a day, during lunch." Totally. As soon as you make time.
Commit is not only an event with 140 talks — it's about meeting new people with similar interests, talking to the speaker after the talk, or finding out what the companies leading in IT are all about. If you stay at home, you miss the possibility of creating your own memories. It's not just about attending an event, but about living the experience.
Commit is a conference that explores all aspects of IT development with Spanish speakers, from software development techniques to Big Data, Cloud, or ML. It will happen at CEU San Pablo University, Montepríncipe Campus, in Madrid on November 27-28.
Our commitment to diversity
Diversity in technological events leaves enough room for improvement. For this reason, we have decided to support different initiatives to help correct this.
Tech SHEssions is a free program that we started three years ago to help technical women to leave the impostor syndrome behind and participate more actively in tech events, supported by mentors who have already traveled the same path. Read more about Tech SHEssions.
Diversity is not just a matter of gender. If you are a member of an underrepresented group (including, but not limited to: non-caucasians, LGBTQIA+, women, and people with disabilities), you can request one of our tickets available for diversity.
The registration for these tickets is not yet open, but we will announce it as soon as possible here and in our Twitter account.
In the previous edition
While you wait for Commit 2020, you can watch some of our recorded talks from 2019.
This event is only possible because of the amazing content contributed by our communities. Get to know them and drop by a meetup to experiment a different experience.