Norfolk Developers Conference
26th – 28th February 2020
nor(DEV):con is back in 2020. The eastern region's biggest tech conference returns in February with a fantastic line-up of speakers and workshops.Buy tickets
- Chris O'DellBackend Engineer at Monzo
Between 2012 and 2014, Chris led the API team at 7digital – a leading provider of music streaming services worldwide. After that, she spent 3 years at Just Eat in both the Payments and Platform Engineering teams. She now works at Monzo, helping to transform the banking world.
- Dr. Gail OllisResearcher and Lecturer at Bournemouth University
Cyberpsychology is my accidental second career. I was a commercial software developer for two decades and became so obsessed with the human aspects of the job that I took a psychology degree to investigate further. In 2019 I finally completed my PhD research in psychology of software development. Throughout my studies I worked as an academic, lecturing in both programming and cyberpsychology. Now I am moving on to research in cyber security, applying my rare interdisciplinary combination of psychology knowledge and practical programming experience.
- Jennifer WadellaPresident & Founder at Kansas City Women in Technology
- Karen Poulter Head of IT Development and Architecture
Previously having been Head of IT at Stansted Airport and Acting IT Director of Suffolk Police Karen has worked across a variety of industries both private and public sector.
- Dani PapamaximouGeospatial Data Scientist
- David KinnenCurriculum Leader KS5 Progress and Achievement at Inspiration Trust
- Federica FreddiDeep Learning Researcher at MediaTek
- Jez HigginsSoftware Grandad
- Jim MarshallCEO at Marshall Wolfe
- John MarshallInternational Trade Adviser at Department of International Trade
- Katja MordauntWeb App Developer at Neontribe
- Kitty RosserSenior Associate at Birketts
- Mark FlanaganSenior Developer at Contract Calculator
- Michael DaveyDigital TV and FTTH Technology Consultant at Michael Davey Consulting Ltd
- Paul PalikSenior Associate at Birketts
- Main Auditorium (Track 1)
- Conference Room 1 (Track 2)
- Conference Room 2 (Track 3)
- Board Room (Track 4)
- Training Room 1
- 27th February
nor(DEV):drinks - Socialising, Networking, and Drinks
- 28th February
Take full advantage of your visit by attending one of our workshops run by a group of experienced speakers and trainers.
We'll be exploring topics like shaping business ideas, problem management methodologies and accounting for contractors.View workshops
Enjoy an exceptional post-conference three course meal, prepared by Ginger Lily catering.
We're joined by Norfolk County Council and a representative from the Department for International Trade who will give us a brief update on their local initiatives and investments.
Fri, 28 February 2020 19:00 – 22:00
The Norfolk Developers Conference wouldn't be possible without the support of our wonderful sponsors. We're really grateful for their trust and support; and are proud to feature them below.
Want to join our community of Sponsors? We stil have a range of sponsorship packages available.
IJYI employs a dedicated, talented and creative team of Developers, Quality Analysts, Project Managers, Architects, Trainers, DevOps consultants, Business Analysts and Agile Coaches who all work hard to help clients achieve the best possible outcomes for a range of complex IT projects.
Snoop’s a new kind of app, designed to save you money. Snoop connects to your bank accounts and credit cards, showing you how to save money at the places you already spend.
TEC Partners is a technical recruitment consultancy specialising in permanent, contract solutions to the IT, Engineering, Digital & Scientific sectors across the UK. Working with both clients and candidates, we make extensive efforts to understand the specific needs of individuals and to provide the most appropriate solution to satisfy those requirements.
Alpha Communication is the Commercial Element of the organisation. With a commitment to upskilling staff and building teams, we focus on the essential skills needed for your workforce to perform effectively.
We believe in creativity, and making powerful tools accessible to everyone. What started as a big idea on a little budget, has grown to a global movement. Our software powers countless creative projects worldwide.
Founded on simple principles, PlanetK2 programmes are designed and applied to the unique challenges our customers face. We enable a move from theory into action, transforming human performance in people, business and brands.
Specialist teams at Lovewell Blake comprise experienced and highly qualified experts in all areas of accountancy, business advice and financial planning. We help our business clients to grow and our private clients to prosper, by providing sound business advice and a comprehensive range of support services across our 8 office in East Anglia. We specialise in the tech sector and continuously support innovation in our local community.
Providing cost-effective IT support, IT services and IT solutions which work together to power your business.
Senior software developers rely on the InfoQ community to keep ahead of the adoption curve.
Somewhere Random, IT consultancy without the BS
Norfolk County Council
Norfolk County Council aim to make Norfolk the best digitally connected county in the country. Ambitious yes, and it won’t happen overnight. But we’re working on the following fronts: a Wide Area Network: Fibre (including a project to deliver gigabit connectivity to 340+ rural public sector sites): mobile connectivity improvements: an Internet of Things Innovation Network to cover the whole of Norfolk and Suffolk, and 5G – looking to become a national pilot project.