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Umbraco. It's time to talk it over.

Social Panel

To try something a bit different this month we're going to run a panel discussion. The evening will be broken into 4 key topics as below, each with 30 minutes of discussion. Remember to bring your questions, the evening will require participation from us all.

When: Wednesday 20th March, 7 - 9pm
Where: Building blocks Ltd, 1 Portland Street Manchester M1 3BE (It's moved, we needed more space!)

Agenda

  • Umbraco.Current
    With Umbraco marching on and new releases surfacing monthly, the talk of v6, v7, v4 being maintained and MVC is the community happy with the direction the platform is taking
  • Umbraco.Live
    How are people getting on with Umbraco in the production environment? Maintaining, upgrading, scaling and enhancing existing sites can be a challenge.
  • Umbraco.Skills
    What do you think of the current skillset in the Umbraco space? Is there a shortage? What's missing to train up those who are new to Umbraco or have been sat on an old version? Did someone say documentation?
  • Umbraco.Next
    There's always things we wish we had. What's missing from the platform that would be really helpful? What do you think of the MVC implementation, will you even be using it?


Panel Members

The panel is made up of a number of key people who have very different experiences of the Umbraco space.

Doug Robar
Official Umbraco Trainer. Certified Umbraco Developer. Umbraco MVP. Family man and photographer.
@drobar

Pete Duncanson
Owner of @OffroadCode, and an avid coder himself.
@PeteDuncanson

Tim Peel
Development Manager at CodeComputerlove.
@timpeel

Matt Brailsford
Matt has worked for Umbraco directly, loves creating packages and is now working Freelance.
@mattbrailsford

Lee Kelleher
Lee has worked with Umbraco for years and is well known through UComponents fame (and that bit at code garden when V5 was canned)
@leekelleher

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  • Simon S.

    Good meetup, interesting topics, good to catch up with old and new people alike.

    March 21, 2013

  • Alan E.

    Excellent - put Umbraco very much I perspective.

    March 21, 2013

  • Ismail M.

    Excellent meet up big up to Chris for organising and building blocks for hosting h5yr

    2 · March 20, 2013

  • Neil G.

    Sorry, I couldn't make it.

    March 20, 2013

  • Lee K.

    I'll be travelling up from Bristol on the day. I haven't booked a hotel yet, so if any one has a spare bed (or sofa) to offer? :-)

    March 14, 2013

    • Lee K.

      Thanks Chris, that would be great. I'd need to be at Piccadilly by around 9:30am-ish ... is that doable?

      March 15, 2013

    • Chris G.

      Sure is, I usually get back to Piccadilly around 7:50am

      March 15, 2013

  • Ismail M.

    Can't wait for this event its gonna be awesome!!!

    March 15, 2013

  • Ryan D.

    On holiday

    March 14, 2013

    • Chris G.

      I'm sure we can 'dial you in' :)

      March 14, 2013

    • Ryan D.

      I didn't realise my boring response was going to appear in this feed!

      March 14, 2013

  • Peter D.

    This should be fun and with GREAT beer too :)

    March 12, 2013

  • Sam F.

    Port Street Beer House, one of my favourites!

    1 · March 12, 2013

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