Manchester Sitecore User Group at Code - September 2023

Join us for the 3rd UK Sitecore Technical User Group meetup of 2023.

Kindly hosted at Code Computer Love's Brand new WPP Campus office near Spinningfields. There will be talks from experts from the Sitecore community as well as time to catch up with contacts and make new connections.

Please sign in and RSVP at the bottom of this page, so we can keep track of numbers for food and drinks.

Attendee Access

Please head to reception through the main entrance - they will scan you in. The event is in the ‘Stopes’ room on the 8th floor.

We look forward to seeing you all there!

Code Computer Love
WPP Campus, 1 New Quay Street, Manchester, M3 4BN
sponsored by
Code Computerlove


Arrival and networking

XM Cloud Components Using Another CMS as a Datasource

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Peter ClisbySitecore Architect at SoftServe

An overview of how XM Cloud Components can use most other platforms as a datasource for components, even another CMS. It will also briefly review the overall landscape of Hybrid vs Pure Headless CMS offerings, FaaS, DXO, DXC, integration tools like Sitecore Connect, and hosting composition options such as Gatsby Plugins.



Debate Session - Is SaaS and Headless right for everyone?

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Adam SeabridgeFreelance Sitecore Developer & Consultant at Flux Digital

Adam will lead a discussion on whether SaaS and Headless is the ultimate solution for all clients, or if certain challenges and limitations could be prohibitive for some businesses. Please bring your own viewpoints and experiences to the discussion.



Increased Content Productivity with XM Cloud

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Dominic HurstSenior Consultant at Accenture

Dominic will talk about his recent Client Case - BDR Thermea. A 9 month project to deliver a content rich suite of digital experiences with Sitecore XM Cloud at its core. He will cover the connection with Design tokens, Architecture used and how this was ultimately built for the client and its diverse content teams.