Umbraco UK Festival

8-9 Nov 2018

Join the tech world’s friendliest community this November for a festival packed full of incredible talks, discussion panels and of course an unmissable after party!

The stars have aligned for this year’s Umbraco UK Festival, as the 9th #umbUKfest will take place on Friday 9th November 2018, and this year we’re taking it back...

…to The Barbican!

More details to follow, but for now, get digging out your best vintage Umbraco tees, retro totes and bygone badges, to be in with a chance of winning some incredible prizes and prepare to embark on an adventure...back to the festival...

Sessions

Niels

Niels Hartvig

Chief Unicorn @ Umbraco HQ

Keynote

Sebastiaan

Sebastiaan Janssen

Head of PR (Pull Requests) @ Umbraco

Umbraco - we’re in this together

Emma

Emma Garland

Developer @ Rock Solid Knowledge

When Umbraco and Mobile App development combine

Jeffrey

Jeffrey Schoemaker

CTO @ Perplex

Security - Let's have some fun with Umbraco

Katie

Katie Archibald

Producer @ Cogworks

TBA

Matthew

Matthew Wise

Solutions Architect @ Enjoy Digital

Service Workers: what and why?

UmbraCoffee

UmbraCoffee Live

Umbraco Baristas

UmbraCoffee LIVE

Discussion Panels

Workshops

In addition to the main festival on Friday 9th November, there will also be a series of workshops and the legendary hackathon on the day before the main event, all included in your ticket.

If you’d like to attend one (or more) of these sessions on the 8th November, please sign up below!

Callum

Callum Whyte

Senior Developer @ Cogworks

Umbraco and Serverless

Play with Umbraco and Serverless, with Azure Functions, Logic Apps, and Umbraco Headless
Ismail

Ismail Mayat

Senior Developer @ Cogworks

Hold My Beer, Refactoring Umbraco Anti-Patterns

Learn how to make better Umbraco sites by learning from some bad ones!
Umbraco

Umbraco Hackathon

Everyone welcome!

Umbraco Hackathon

Squash some bugs, learn about the Umbraco Core and Umbraco V8

This year we're taking it back...

...Back to the Barbican!

Head to the main entrance and look out for a fellow Umbracian, you will then be guided to the festival.

You can reach us via the Hammersmith & City Line, Circle Line, Northern Line and Metropolitan Line from London’s main stations. We’re within walking distance from Old Street, Moorgate and of course Barbican station.

All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at our conference are required to agree with the conference code of conduct.

The Cogworks will enforce this code throughout the event. We expect cooperation from all participants to help ensure a safe and friendly environment for everybody.

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