Episerver London Developer Meetup – Spring 2019

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Hot on the heels of Sydney, we’ve also got a Meetup planned for London. This time, we’re hosted by Episerver themselves in their shiny new offices in Central London!

When – Thursday 21st February – 6pm – 9pm
Where – Episerver, 3rd floor Cargo Works
1-2 Hatfields
London
SE19PG

The latest UK EMVP (Scott Reed) is talking to us about his experience using Commerce and also Episerver will be bringing some of the content about technology features that is being presented at the Partner Close Up in Stockholm next week.

  • Episerver futures: Episerver technology futures
  • New and interesting in Episerver: New and interesting features released on the Episerver platform, all available in the latest release
  • Virtual Template System (VTS): Best or worst tool in the world?
  • Episerver Commerce – the good, the bad and the………

As always, I’d love for group members to contribute to the discussions, so if you want to tell us something interesting you’ve read, seen or done lately then we’ll fire off some lightening talks.

Pizzas and beers will be available, and numbers are limited – so let us know if you can make it using the Eventbrite page below!

Book your place now……

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Mark Everard

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

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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