Spain Dojo

Making open-source more accessible.
Learning about open-source tech in Spain can be done through various resources including websites, communities, forums, and events. Here are some of the resources to explore:
  1. OpenExpo Europe - an annual event that brings together experts, developers, and organizations in open-source technology. They have a website with articles, videos, and news updates on open-source tech in Spain.

  2. Meetup - a community of tech enthusiasts that host meetups and events on various topics including open-source technology. They have a page dedicated to open-source meetups in Spain.

  3. GitHub - a platform for open-source projects where you can find and contribute to projects created by Spanish developers.

  4. Linux Hispano - a Spanish online community focused on Linux and open-source software.

  5. Open Source Observatory and Repository - a website that provides information on open-source policies, initiatives, and projects in Spain and across Europe.

Notable technologists from Spain throughout history include:

  1. Santiago Ramón y Cajal - a neuroscientist who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1906 for his work on the structure of the nervous system.

  2. Ada Byron Lovelace - widely recognized as the first computer programmer, who worked with Charles Babbage on his proposed analytical engine.

  3. Emilio Pérez Touriño - a computer engineer and politician who was instrumental in the implementation of open-source technology in the government of Galicia, Spain.

  4. Juan José Hierro - a computer engineer and co-founder of Apicultur, an open-source API management platform.

  5. Francesc Busquets - a software developer and advocate for open-source software who founded the Open Source University Meetup in Barcelona.

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