East Anglia's biggest tech conference

23rd & 24th February 2023

Two days of talks on mobile, web, game, data science, humans, startups & more.

Topics to interest and enthrall all; in a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere. Friendships to kindle, friends to meet, & connections to make!

We'll gather in Norwich to learn, discuss, and network with an eclectic bunch of the best of East Anglia's tech scene, joined by a group of international conference veterans. We're bringing 35 sessions to The Kings' Centre, kicking off on the 23rd February 2023, and closing 24th February 2023

23rd & 24th February 2023

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Standard pricing available until 22nd, February 2023

Thursday Ticket

£90.00

Our development day, 3 tracks with a focus on the technical, new frameworks, new languages and new features

  • Frontend Development

  • Backend Development

  • System engineering & DevOps

Friday Ticket

£180.00

Our mixed day, 3 tracks, one on development, another on business & wellbeing, and our community spotlight track

  • Software Development

  • Game Development

  • Business

Thursday & Friday Ticket

£300.00

Access to both days, and the networking events surrounding the conference!

  • All the things

  • + Networking events

  • + Wine reception

  1. 23rd February
  2. 11:00

  3. 11:45

  4. 12:00

    1. Development

      The Fuller Stack

      Kevlin Henney

  5. 13:00

  6. 13:45

  7. 14:30

  8. 15:15

  9. 16:00

  10. 16:15

  11. 17:45

  12. 24th February
  13. 08:30

  14. 09:15

  15. 09:30

    1. Humans
  16. 10:30

  17. 10:45

  18. 11:30

  19. 12:15

  20. 13:30

  21. 14:15

  22. 15:00

  23. 15:15

  24. 16:00

  25. 16:45

  26. 17:00

  27. 17:30

    1. Humans

      "10 years of Codebar"

      Kimberley Cook

  28. 18:30

Sponsors

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.

Gearset

Gearset is one of the top 5 tech companies to work for in the UK, building the leading DevOps platform supporting millions of people developing on Salesforce.

Workcation
xDesign

xDesign

xDesign is a strategic delivery partner for ambitious digital businesses. Working with world-recognisable brands like MoneySavingExpert, Fanduel and Tesco Bank, we’ve spent over a decade building bespoke, high-performing delivery teams to understand unique visions and deliver forward-thinking digital products.

Redgate Software

Redgate Software

Redgate is the leading provider of software solutions for Compliant Database DevOps. We’ve specialized in database software for over 20 years.

Now, our products help 800,000 people in every type of organization around the world, from small businesses to 91% of the Fortune 100.

Our solutions make life easier for development teams, operations teams, and IT leaders by solving the database challenges in delivering software at speed.

Aviva PLC

Aviva PLC

Aviva plc is a British multinational insurance company headquartered in London, England. It has about 18 million customers across its core markets of the United Kingdom, Ireland and Canada. In the United Kingdom, Aviva is the largest general insurer and a leading life and pensions provider.

The User Story
TechEducators

Would you like to Sponsor East Anglia's biggest tech conference? Packages starting at £500. Get in touch and let's talk about a conference sponsorship.

The Venue

We return to the King' Centre in 2023. Their wonderful team support us in bringing the conference to you, and they make a fantasic sarnie. Located on Kings Street, a pedestrianised street in Norwich city centre, The building is accessible, and has a great cafe. A free lunch will be provided on both days, with pots of coffee & tea available on tap all day.

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The Fuller Stack

How full is your stack? The stack many developers are aware of is often quite shallow. The term 'full-stack developer' is typically used to refer to someone who works on both the front end and the back end of a web-fronted application. It assumes a particular kind of system that falls within one region of the architectural landscape and is associated with a narrow range of programming languages and infrastructure. Most of the technical stack is commodified and abstracted way And, most of the time, developers can safely ignore the world of systems programming — middleware development, database implementation, TCP/IP programming, device driver development, compiler writing, etc. — as well as the physical and mathematical reality that underpins the whole stack.

But not all of the time. Sometimes the bits and the bytes break through — remember Meltdown and Spectre? Sometimes we hit the limits of our software and our hardware. Sometimes we hit the limits of the universe.

In the Main Auditorium (Track 1) on 23rd February at 12:00

Kevlin Henney is at nor(DEV): con 2023

Kevlin Henney