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After experiencing the resounding success that was last years Mage Titans, we can’t wait to return for more Magento goodness again this year!

The event will take place on November 7th at The Comedy Store in Manchester City Centre. 


As an agency we attend a lot of Magento related events throughout the year in order to keep up to date with the latest industry news and developments.
Several of the conferences we attend split their focus between developers and merchants.

Mage Titans is different. It’s a one day Magento conference run by developers, for developers, designed to address some of the key issues we face when working with the platform.


One of the key strengths of Magento as a platform is the thriving community that has grown around the product, with many developers choosing to open source their creations.
You only have to take a quick look on Github to see some of the fantastic work being done by the likes of Christian Münch (n98­magerun), Colin Mollenhour (Modman), Gordon Lesti(Lesti Fpc), Fabrizio Branca (AOE) and Daniel Sloof (Magento HHVM), to name but a few.

Mage Titans provides you with the opportunity to speak to other developers and see how they are implementing these tools, as well as what they have learned ­so you can avoid making the same mistakes during development and improve your workflow substantially.


With Magento 2 now in merchant beta, the final candidate release is just around the corner. If you haven’t already, be sure to checkout the project on Github.
The Magento team has done a great job in updating documentation for Magento 2 and providing module code samples.
One thing we can’t run away from is that Magento 2 will undoubtedly change the way we write, test and deploy websites as both developers and agencies alike; so it’s important for us to stay at the cutting edge and share our experiences with each other.


In short, if you’re a developer working with Magento then make a date in your diary for Mage Titans.

One of our developers, Paul Partington will also be giving a talk on the day.

Mage Titans will take place on 7th November 2015 at The Comedy Store, Manchester. Click here for tickets.


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Ian Cassidy
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As the head of the department Ian is responsible for ensuring client projects are planned to meet your requirements, architected and delivered to the highest standards. Ian has been working with Magento since its first release in 2007. During that time he has helped countless businesses transition to the platform and is well versed when it comes to the technical challenges faced with large scale commerce applications.

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