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Saturday Schedule

0900 - 0930

0930 - 1030

1050 - 1135

The Future of Content and the Unknown Consumerrichard.jonesELG01
Beginner
Site Building
A-jax of all tradesbamjamELG02
Intermediate
Coding and Development
A new era of accessibility in Drupal 8Phil WolstenholmeELG04
Intermediate
User Experience Design
Everyone's a Critic - Why and How to do Code ReviewmalcomioELG15
Intermediate
Coding and Development

1135 - 1205

1205 - 1250

Entity Reference as a Component-based UI BuildertonystarELG01
Intermediate
Site Building
Getting (Your Data) into Drupal 8opdaviesELG02
Intermediate
Coding and Development
Virtual Reality on the Web - Introduction and How to...wesruvELG03
Beginner
User Experience Design
Offline Firsterik.erskineELG04
Intermediate
Coding and Development
Change your life with Xdebugeddie_cELG15
Beginner
Coding and Development

1250 - 1400

1400 - 1445

Basic design principles for developersWigglyKoalaELG01
Beginner
User Experience Design
Drupal Mentors - the pipeline for your senior employeesrachel_norfolkELG02
Beginner
Community & Business
Using Drupal Commerce for rich eCommerce experiencesmglamanELG15
Intermediate
Coding and Development

1500 - 1545

Component driven frontend developmentcengELG01
Intermediate
User Experience Design
How to Build Drupal Applications with APIs and microservices ronald_istosELG02
Expert
Coding and Development
Site Building with Commerce 2.xscotthookerELG15
Beginner
Site Building

1545 - 1615

1615 - 1700

Automate Testing with Behat, Selenium, PhantomJs and Nightwatch.jsnikhilsukulELG01
Intermediate
Coding and Development
How to do everything with PHP middlewaredarrenELG02
Expert
Coding and Development
Drupal Console - Your new favourite thingkarengreyELG03
Intermediate
Site Building
DevOps: Drupal server configuration with Ansible and Drupal VMVincenzo GambinoELG04
Intermediate
Coding and Development
Test driven Drupal development with SimpleTest and PHPUnitopdaviesELG15
Intermediate
Coding and Development

Keynote Speakers

Matt Glaman

Matt Glaman

(Saturday keynote)

Matt Glaman is a developer at Commerce Guys. He is an open source developer who has been working with Drupal since 2013. He is author of the Drupal 8 Development Cookbook, maintainer of ContribKanban.com, and lover of Irish Whiskey.

Twitter: @nmdmatt

Jeffrey A 'JAM' McGuire

Jeffrey A. "jam" McGuire

(Sunday keynote)

Jeffrey A. "jam" McGuire—Evangelist, Developer Relations at Acquia—is a memorable and charismatic communicator with a strong following at the intersection of open source software, business, and culture. He is a frequent keynote speaker at events around the world. He writes and talks about technology, community, and more on weekly podcasts and as a blogger on dev.acquia.com. This all helps satisfy his inner diva, which he also feeds with performances as a storyteller and musician.

Twitter: @horncologne

Danese Cooper

Danese Cooper

(Sunday closing keynote)

Danese Cooper currently serves as chairperson of the Node.js Foundation. She also works in an open source role at PayPal. Previously she was Director of the Open Source Hardware Association and CTO of the Wikimedia Foundation. She had brief stint at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as a consulting open source strategist. She has been involved with open source since 1999.

Twitter: @divadanese

CxO Day Speakers

Sarah Wood OBE

Unruly Co-Founder (CEO)

Sarah Wood

David Axmark

Co-founder of MySQL

David Axmark

Ben Finn OBE

Co-Founder of Sibelius and CEO at Stealth Poker

Ben Finn

Barney Brown

Head of Digital at Cambridge University

Barney Brown

Professor Andre Spicer

Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Cass Business School City, University London

Andre Spicer

Paul Reeves

Reevo UN Limited

Paul Reeves

Sponsors

Diamond

CxO Day

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