Slides from the London EPiServer Meetup Summer 2013

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Below are the three presentations we had from the London EPiServer Meetup Summer 2013 hosted at Syzygy. Thanks to all that came and especially to Youtse @EPiServer for organising refreshments, and to Fabio and Syzygy for being generous hosts and of course to Phil and Mark who presented.

Phil Pursglove gave us a glimpse into the world of server side debugging using the ‘Glimpse‘ plugin, and showed a work in progress Glimpse plugin for EPiServer.


POSSIBLE‘s cloud expert and published author Mark Rodseth took us on ‘A walk through the clouds’,  giving a high level overview of ‘The Cloud, Microsoft Windows Azure and experiences building a cloud platform’. You can buy Mark’s book here.


Finally Mark Everard (that’s me folks) proclaimed “I’m not a child anymore.” Though actually it turns out he was talking about ‘Non-hierarchical content retrieval using EPiServer Find’.


About the author

Mark Everard

Experienced senior technical manager / architect / lead specialising in digital technologies. Agency and client experience: from pre-sales, pitch and delivery, to strategy, quality assurance and support.

I've worked across the digital industry for the past ten years, helping clients and colleagues across a diverse range of sectors meet numerous digital challenges, specifically focusing on web technologies, digital marketing and content management.

I've worked on large multi-supplier projects and led and managed both in-house and geographically-disperse development teams. And I've always approached my work with a smile on my face.

Mark Everard

Experienced senior technical manager / architect / lead specialising in digital technologies. Agency and client experience: from pre-sales, pitch and delivery, to strategy, quality assurance and support.

I've worked across the digital industry for the past ten years, helping clients and colleagues across a diverse range of sectors meet numerous digital challenges, specifically focusing on web technologies, digital marketing and content management.

I've worked on large multi-supplier projects and led and managed both in-house and geographically-disperse development teams. And I've always approached my work with a smile on my face.

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