Karen McDougall
Mar 22, 2021
(3 votes)

Optimizely & Web Hooks for Fun and Profit at Friday's Developer Happy Hour

Hi all,
Friday is the next Developer Happy Hour! Set your reminder for 15.30 CET Friday March 26th. Bring your drink and find out more about Optimizely and lots more. 

Theme:  Optimizely!

  • Welcome and introductions
  • Theme:  Optimizely
  • Special welcome from Matt Pilgrim, Regional Vice President, Partner Development, EMEA & APAC
  • Speakers from Optimizely Developer Relations:
    • Asa Schachar, Director Of Developer Relations at Optimizely :  Optimizely Rollouts / Full Stack / Web & Future Projects
    • Kody O’Connell, Developer Experience Advocate at Optimizely:  Updates on the MVP program
  • Q&A, Kahoot quiz, prizes!

There will of course be time for both Q&A  and of course Kahoot with prizes!
Pass this invitation forward to your fellow developers for a fun, relaxed time together. 
Come and join the Friday Fun! Remember to bring your own frink! Welcome!

When: The last Friday of every month from 15:30 - 17:00 CET (3:30 PM - 5:00 PM)

Next Date: Friday March 26, 2021

Where:  https://episerver.zoom.us/j/97782231205?pwd=UGZET2NvU3FDRGx4V1V5UXRtSUtKQT09 
More info: https://world.episerver.com/episerver-dev-happy-hours/happy-hour-emea/

To find out more about the North American Happy hour check it out here:

Mar 22, 2021


Naveed Ul-Haq
Naveed Ul-Haq Mar 22, 2021 03:40 PM

The agenda seems different to what you have mentioned for 26th March happy hour 


Karen McDougall
Karen McDougall Mar 22, 2021 04:30 PM

Hi Naveed Ul-Haq,
Thanks for that link! You are absolutely correct! I've updated the link accordingly now. Glad that you spotted the mistake!
Have a great week!

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