Berlin done we flew straight down to Madrid to a wonderful crowd of developers including the fabulous TTN Madrid community who helped create awareness around the event and gathered quite a crowd.

Madrid Goinvent hackathon

…phew.

The Impact Hub Gobernador were our hosts for the day and true to spanish time-keeping our attendees rolled casually in over the 9-10 timeframe… no rush :-)….eventually it was a full house.

developers connecting things to the internet

Delighted with some of the early water-cooler and coffee feedback on  our portfolio and activities, a microphone check later we then kicked off in earnest.

The Madrid GOINVENT workshop had Daniel running the show with a hardware set up session that worked well as a precursor for the all-in Pymesh we then created with all the participants.

Developer event with pymesh

Then we had wonderful Spanish catering …and then off for more hacking with Pymesh and Deep Sleep Mode.

raspberry pi   raspberry pi

internet of things

We finished the day with beers and nibbles…and a team in high spirits from all the great conversations and feedback #GOINVENT

Without partner support, this community activity would not be possible. The whole series includes global sponsorship within the technology industry from Mouser, Espressif, Semtech as well as local sponsorships from Sequans, Sigfox, Vodafone and the Digital Catapult itself.  Partners have provided content for the workshops, and will be joining Pycom for the industry expert Question and Answer sessions at the end of each event.