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Episerver Developer Meet Up - Spring, London

Episerver Developer Meet Up - Spring, London

Meet other developers and share your Episerver CMS & Commerce experiences at our Spring Developer Meet Up in London. With big thanks to our partner Redweb, our Spring Developer Meet Up will take place in London this March.

You can expect three very different talks on the day covering Commerce, Content and UX/Design. And then it's over to you! With our quickfire talks tell us something interesting you've read, seen or done lately. You can let us know in advance here (as well as feedback on last year's meet ups).

Numbers are limited so book ahead!

The evening:

6pm: Join us at Redweb's offices, grab a beer and network

6.30pm: Episerver Content Provider - A talk around the use of custom content providers within Episerver, their benefits, implementation and the pitfalls and nuances of using them.

6.45pm: Working with UX/Design/FED when implementing websites – A talk around Redweb’s experience with creating component block based structure when working with design, UX and FED and ways to make the process easier to manage.

7pm: Pizza (and more beers)

7.30pm: Preview package for Episerver Personalisation – hooking into Find and Commerce

7.45pm: Quick fire talks. Tell us about something interesting in 5 minutes! We're going to cover the Episerver roadmap

8pm: Network, pub and beyond...

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