May 23, 2012
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EPiServer Chicago Developer Meetup

We are very happy to announce the first ever EPiServer Chicago Developer Meetup. It will be hosted at Nansen’s Chicago downtown office on 400 N State St.

EPiServer and Nansen will be presenting some new and exciting things, and if that doesn’t entice you, there’s always the free pizza and beer!

It starts May 24th Thursday at 6pm.

If you can’t make it this time, please consider joining the meetup group for future EPiServer related events in the Windy City.

The agenda is:

6:00 PM Markus Bereflod, Nansen – Welcome all!
6:15 PM Erik Nilsson, Nansen – Best practices, reusability and EPiServer architecture
6:30 PM Rob Strube, Chris Sharp, Nansen - Five things you should know when building enterprise websites with EPiServer
7:00 PM Beer and Pizza (perhaps the best part?)
7:45 PM Jacob Khan, EPiServer - introduction to trifler search and integrating it with EPiServer
9:00 PM Drinks at Public House (directly below the office)

For questions please email Jonathan Pettersson(jonathan.pettersson –at–

Hope to see you there!

May 23, 2012


May 25, 2012 09:03 AM

Sounds like a awesome night, but it's Truffler, not Trifler :)

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