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Learn, share, and network with like-minded SilverStripers from all over the world.

StripeCon, the conference dedicated to SilverStripe CMS/Framework, is coming to Wellington, New Zealand for the first time. With SilverStripe 4 stable release coming in November, we will mark this new era by having StripeCon NZ in the city where the CMS was born. The event will remind all SilverStripers why they fell in love with this CMS in the first place.

Location


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Wellington, NZ

Te Papa
(Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa)
55 Cable St, Te Aro

Schedule


Thursday, 23 Nov

THE WARM UP

6.00pm

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Pre-event Launch Drinks

St Johns Bar  |  5 Cable Street, Wellington

Join us for the official launch event, brought to you by SilverStripe and Amazon Web Services.                             

Friday, 24 Nov

THE MAIN EVENT

08.30 

 

Doors open

Rangimarie Room, Te Papa  |  55 Cable Street, Wellington

09.00

 

Welcome

09.15

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Creating better work environments with SS4

Sam Minnée 
CEO and co-founder of SilverStripe
@sminnee

10.05

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Headless SilverStripe: Building a modern, API-driven application with SS4

Aaron Carlino
Senior Developer at SilverStripe
@_UncleCheese_

10.55

 

Morning Tea

11.10

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Content blocks & design

Paul Clarke
Principal UX Designer at SilverStripe
@clarkepaul

John Milmine 
Technical Director at DNA
@pitchandtone

12.00

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Building SilverStripe modules to represent your company

Danae Miller-Clendon
Web Developer at Toast
@danaemc

12.50

 

Lunch

1.50

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Accessibility

Jacinta Cali
Director of Website Projects at Internetrix
@Cali33

2.40

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Upgrading modules to SS4

Nicole Williams
Head of Product at SilverStripe
@envycollect

Robbie Averill
Senior Developer at SilverStripe
@robbieaverill

3.30

 

Afternoon tea

3.45

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Keeping up with keeping up

Stevie Mayhew
Chief Technology Officer at Little Giant
@steviemayhew

4.30

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Lightning talks

15 minute slots will be available in our Lightning Talks session
Talks can be added to a board on the day of the conference

6.00

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Drinks

Loft Room, Mac's Brew Bar  |  4 Taranaki Street, Wellington

Wind down after a day of conferencing with a few brews upstairs at Mac's Brew Bar on the Wharf            

Tickets


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Early Bird
$30.00

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Standard
$50.00

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Platinum sponsors


Solnet logo

Solnet is recognised as a leading provider of technology innovation for government and private enterprise, specialising in the development of solutions using open source technologies. From the origins as an enterprise systems integration partner, Solnet has developed a cohesive set of core capabilities in the areas of application development, systems and platform integration, UX, cloud services and digital transformation.

By bringing together an expert team of digital transformation consultants with highly experienced UX designers, solutions architects and smart software engineers, they’re helping clients transform their digital capabilities.

Sponsor toast

Toast is a creative agency with an incredibly talented team of designers & developers. As early adopters of SilverStripe, Toast have been partners for many years and consistently encourage their clients to choose and build with SilverStripe. Toast continue to contribute open source modules to the community and use their modules on all of their projects, ensuring modules are continually updated and work for the current industry.

For any business, a website has one significant role: to successfully present services and products as professional and useful to all potential customers. By combining Toast’s talent, innovative thinking and quality design & development, they help strengthen and promote brands in today’s ever-changing market.


Gold sponsors


Sponsor WebTorque

Web Torque is a web development and design shop focused on delivering client experience. They’re a small team of developers, thinkers, strategists, designers & storytellers packing a lot of experience across multiple disciplines.

Staying small keeps their hands dirty, overheads lean, turnarounds fast, and their clients happy. As SilverStripe partners, they’re big proponents of Agile development, helping them to deliver successful projects to clients such as New Zealand Blood Service, Kiri Te Kanawa Foundation and Silver Fern Farms.

Amazon Web Services company logo

Amazon Web Services (AWS) strives to be the most customer obsessed and partner-centric business in the world. AWS has more than 1M customers in over 190 countries accessing over 95 cloud services from compute, storage, networking, database, analytics and IoT.

In NZ, customers comprising start-ups through to governments trust AWS every month as their cloud platform. Our approach to product development and delivery is fundamentally different being customer led. This has allowed us to ensure that our customers have the broadest and most secure platform to build transformational applications and services.

Silver sponsors


Online asset partners logo

Online Asset Partners is a multi-award winning Digital Marketing Agency and Advisory dedicated to honesty and unrivalled results. Utilising data-driven tactics and testing to help businesses grow and evolve online. With a technical expertise backed by a reputation for integrity and transparency built up over 8+ years of superior results and relationships. 

Specialising in working with companies in competitive industries such as Travel, SaaS, Ecommerce where digital is mission critical and a superior agency makes all the difference to business success. 

 

Contact

Do you need more information? Get in touch

AndrewSq

Andrew Underwood

Product Marketing Specialist

Email [email protected] 

Code of Conduct

All attendees, speakers, sponsors and volunteers at our conference are required to agree with the following code of conduct. Our aim is for everyone attending to have a good time. Organisers will enforce this code throughout the event.

General behaviour
We are dedicated to providing an enjoyable, challenging, inclusive conference. We want to provide a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of their life choices or personal characteristics, for example, but not limited to: race, sexuality, gender, choice of technology. We do not tolerate bullying of conference participants in any form. This includes comments on social media, blogs or other ways of sharing experiences. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organisers.

Property 
We are not responsible for your personal property. It is your responsibility to make sure it is safe at all times. Do not steal, damage or deface other participants property. Unattended gear found, e.g. a laptop or phone, should be handed to the organisers, unless it can be given back to its rightful owner right away. Do not damage or deface any property of the location. Don’t place stickers or other hard to remove items onto items that are not yours. If, by any accident, you spill food or liquids on the floor, please clean up after yourself. Location staff are happy to help you with the necessary cleaning items to make sure everything stays clean and tidy. If, for some reason, your property is blocking an emergency exit or thoroughfare, you will be asked to move it. For the safety of all attending, please do so right away.



Helping out 

If you are asked to help rearrange chairs and tables, or any other items, please be courteous and help our staff make a smooth transition. In short, be good to yourself and others and don’t break the furniture.

Failure to follow our Code of Conduct 

Reporting 
If you feel harassed, or in any other way, unsafe, or see somebody being harassed, or have any other concerns, please report to the organisers and/or location officials to take appropriate action. 

Sanctions 
If you are found to have broken our code of conduct, you will be expelled from the conference without a refund.

Sponsors, volunteers, staff and organisation 
All rules above apply to sponsors, volunteers and staff as well. For sponsors, even though you are allowed to hand out goodies/stickers, please do not force your product onto attendees.

Volunteers, organisers and staff, you are expected to follow our code of conduct, and act as an example of this code of conduct for attendees.