Top UK Tech Events of 2016 - January to July

One of the most exciting aspects of IT is seeing new and innovative technology showcased at upcoming tech events across the UK.

So if you're looking to check out the latest advancements in IT, gadgets and all things tech then our of the top UK tech events taking place this year. As there are many events and conferences to choose from, this list will look at events up until July.

Big data and data analytics: commercial opportunities, privacy and effectiveness
28 January | Glazier Hall, London | Website

With the growing role of Big Data across public and private organisations, this timely seminar will examine the potential commercial and public service opportunities of data analytics, as well as key challenges.

Agile Content Conference
1 - 2 February | Sadler’s Well Theatre, London | Website

Learn practices to help teams work together on content and techniques that are inspired by Agile development methods. The Agile Content Conferences brings together experts and novices together to share advice and involve themselves in workshops.

Driving Data: The Journey To Becoming A Data-Centric Business
3and 10 February | Manchester and London | Website

Data. It's about insight and impact. Join AutoTrader Plc UK and ThoughtWorks to learn about their journey towards becoming a data-centric business.

Women in the tech sector: access, skills development and policy priorities
1 March | London | Website

Delegates at this timely seminar will discuss next steps for policy - and businesses and the education system - to further increase opportunities for women within the tech sector, and improve gender equality throughout related industries.

Tech 2020
3 March | London | Website

Tech 2020 is the inaugural conference of the BarTech CTO Network, and its first public and open event.

Wearable Technology Show 2016
15 – 16 March | Excel, London | Website

The Wearable Technology Show is the largest show for wearable, smart technology and IOT and is in its third year.

Gadget Show Live 2016
31 March – 03 April | NEC, Birmingham | Website

Gadget Show Live is the UK’s largest consumer technology exhibition, where established brands and emerging inventors showcase their products, giving you the opportunity to learn, experience and invest in some of the latest products on the market.

JAX Finance 2020
27 – 29 April | London | Website

JAX Finance is a three-day conference for software experts focusing on the specific technological needs of the financial industry. Topics such as low latency, messaging, exchange architecture as well as core Java technologies and continuous delivery are at the heart of this conference.

Games London
27 – 29 April | London | Website

Games London is a brand new gaming conference and festival to celebrate game development and the UK gaming scene. It will comprise of at least 15 events across 10 venues including two existing events, Rezzed and the annual Bafta video game awards.

Marketing Technologist Forum
4 May | London | Website

The technology revolution has affected every aspect of modern commerce, but in the marketing industry, where customers are constantly increasing their digital foot print and where the rise of mobile continues unabated, the adoption of technology is the difference between securing your company's future and slipping into obscurity in the digital realm.

Devoxx UK
8 – 10 June | Business Design Centre, London | Website

Devoxx UK is a conference by developers for developers, priced affordably so that all developers can enjoy a unique experience. Their mission is to provide the best tech conference for passionate Java developers and more to network, be inspired and learn.

London Technology Week
20 – 26 June | London | Website

London Technology Week is a festival of live events taking place throughout the UK’s capital. It celebrates and cultivates London as a global powerhouse of tech innovation by connecting the entire ecosystem both within London and beyond.

 

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