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Monthly Meetups Memo: December 2021

Rounding up this month's meetups along with 2021 itself!

Written by Trine Nissen

Well, that rounds up not only this month of December, but 2021 itself! Let's see what's been going on in the world of Umbraco Meetups, and what to keep an eye on in early 2022!

Looking back: the last meetups of 2021

  • “Christmas Social - Lamp and Flab” hosted by the Umbraco Leeds Meetup 

  • “2021 Wrap-up - Five Lightning Talks - Dec 2021" (Virtual event hosted by the Melbourne Umbraco Meetup

  • “Umbraco London Christmas Party + Quiz (online)” hosted by The London Umbraco Meetup


Looking forward: What’s coming in the new year

  • Umbraco Meetup - Open AGM hosted by the Umbraco Leeds Meetup, 6th of January 2022 - 👉 RSVP 

  • Umbraco London January (online) hosted by The London Umbraco Meetup, 13th of January 2022 - 👉 RSVP 

  • Migrating v9 packages - learnings by Dave hosted by the Belgian Umbraco User Group Meetup, 13th of January 2022 - 👉 RSVP 

  • Umbraco London February Talks (Online) hosted by The London Umbraco Meetup, 10th of February 2022 - 👉 RSVP


Trine’s Tips & Tricks 

Have you heard about the Network Event Scheduler?

With the feature “Network Event Scheduler”, it’s possible to create one event (a network event) and share it across multiple Umbraco Meetup Groups.

It’s the perfect tool if you would like to co-host a Meetup together with one or more Umbraco Meetups Group.

Trine Nissen

Read more about the Network Event Scheduler on the Meetup blog, and reach out to me if you have any questions or if you’re interested in hosting a network event - I will be able to set it up for you! 🙌


See you in 2022!

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