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NorDevCon : 2015

Naked Element Ltd. is proud to present NorDevCon, the Norfolk Developers Agile and tech conference in the heart of Norfolk.

This year’s NorDevCon will take place on Friday 27th February 2015 at the Kings Centre in Norwich.

The winter conference is now in it’s third year and it’s evolving. We’re continuing with the hugely successful Agile and tech sessions plus adding sessions for the wider business community as well as some new design sessions.

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EVENT OVERVIEW

Packed with dynamic keynote speeches from industry influencers, the likes of Google software engineer Jon Skeet on ‘Developing passion, in many senses’ and Harry Harrold and Rupert Redington, from Norwich based Neontribe, session on 'Agile apocrypha and an ad-hoc manifesto’. Add to this thought provoking, interactive sessions covering all the latest and greatest in development and it’s no wonder the conference is set to be the best yet.

This year some of the sessions will be more business based, with more design sessions and the opportunity to network with investors, designers and people from all different walks of business life.

Dinner & Wine Reception

Make the most of your time at NorDevCon and join us for a wine reception, also at The King’s Centre, generously sponsored by Kurasie. Discuss what you’ve learnt, raise any questions or introduce yourself to other delegates and share insights.

If you’re unable to attend the conference then you’re still very welcome to attend the drinks reception and mingle with conference delegates, speakers, organisers, Norfolk’s tech community and beyond.

The drinks reception will be followed by the conference dinner where you’ll have the chance to sit down and dine with all your favourite speakers in turn and pick the minds of those that are most relevant to you and your business. For the menu and booking details, click here.

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