Another Mage Titans done, and a lot of friends made. So many of you made your way to Manchester for Mage Titans 2. Labelled a must-not-miss event by Magento Evangelist, Ben Marks, the event brought developers from far and wide to converse and share knowledge on one common topic, the real Magento.
We were delighted with the turnout!
With around a 100 more delegates than last year attending, it really goes to show how beneficial the event is to both individuals and agencies.
A huge thank you to everybody involved; including our speakers, sponsors, partners and most importantly, attendees. This event could not happen without you, our community.
Recap The Talks
The speakers did a brilliant job of captivating the audience and helping us all to come away inspired. You can watch all of the presentations here on our YouTube channel. Here’s a link to each of their slides, in case you missed something …
Alistair Stead & James Cowie – The How and The Why of Composable Magento
Vinai Kopp – Architecture In The Small
Yousef Cisco – Front-end From Scratch: Supercharge Page Speed by 300%
Sarah Alhawi – BBD & TDD in an Agile Environment
Paul Partington – Cache Configuration
Alessandro Ronchi – Magento Best Practices
Daniel Sloof – Aspect Oriented Magento
David Manners – Mistake Driven Development
Ben Marks – Magento 2: What It Means To You & Your Merchants
Tony Brown – Debugging and Magento
Ivan Chepurnyi – Going Beyond Magento Speed Limits Without HHVM & Varnish
Kimberely Thomas – Agile Product Management
There are also videos of each talk coming soon to our YouTube channel – keep your eyes peeled; we’re currently in the process of editing!
The Top Tweets
One of Ben’s Favourites? (and trust me, he does a serious amount of events & air miles!)
— Ben Marks (@benmarks) November 8, 2015
— Mage Titans (@MageTitans) November 7, 2015
— Ossy (@ospadano) November 7, 2015
The Best of The Best
#MageTitans was the conference where the best of us encouraged the rest of us to be the best of us. My team is still buzzing. Thanks again!
— David Alexander (@bearslovehoney) November 9, 2015
— Steven Morris (@stevengmorris) November 7, 2015
In order to make Mage Titans happen, we rely on your feedback: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Tell us what you would like to see and put forward your ideas, big or small, to firstname.lastname@example.org, you can also add your comments directly to individual talks or the whole event here on Joind.In.
Once again many thanks to all of the event sponsors: UK Fast, CTI Digital, Dotmailer, Session, Ampersand, PCA Predict, Elementary, Bitbull, JetBrains and our Innovation Award sponsor, Sage Pay. And a massive shout out to the masterminds and organisers behind what was once simply an idea: Manchester Digital and Space 48.