UK’s No.1 Tech & Digital Events Guide | 2019

Welcome to the UK's No.1 Directory for Tech and Digital events for 2019

December 2019 Edition


This is the complete list of all UK Tech and Digital Events for 2019 for software developers, software engineers, programmers, IT leaders, Digital Marketers and anyone interested in Tech.  It includes everything from conferences, Meetups, workshops, summits, Expos, and seminars to hackathons and camps with over 600 UK events and is regularly updated throughout the year

If you want to keep on top of the latest trends in the world of technology, software development or digital marketing, you'll find that getting out there in the wider world, learning from industry experts and hanging out with like-minded peers can improve your knowledge considerably

We know it's difficult and time-consuming to sift through hundreds of websites to find out what's going on locally which is why we've made this Tech & Digital Events 2019 guide easily searchable

Whether you want to learn more about significant trends in technology that you can implement as an IT leader, embrace your local developer community, find the latest Digital Marketing tips or have fun at a Gaming show -  we’ve got it all covered

Click on the link below to search all UK Tech events at once, browse by month or keyword 


View the latest December events and some of the 2019 highlights below (Updated every month!)

Event Name Location Date
Lightning Talks Oxford 02-Dec
Build GCP infrastructure with Terraform London 02-Dec
Agile:MK December Milton Keynes 02-Dec
Bringing to Life the Discoverable Enterprise London 02-Dec
10 alternative to Akka.NET Cambridge 02-Dec
Clojure eXchange 2019 London 02-03 Dec
Space Planes and Python London 03-Dec
GraphQL London #11 hosted at Twitter London 03-Dec
2019 Wrap-up Social London 03-Dec
HashiCorp Meetup #29 - Let's Finish 2019!! London 03-Dec
Industry 4.0 Manufacturing Ecosystems London 03-Dec
FinTech Connect 2019 London 03-04 Dec
PM vs PO: The same or different Reading 04-Dec
Southampton Data Platform and Cloud Meeting Southampton 04-Dec
Let’s take scrum off the table Newbury 04-Dec
Serverless Edinburgh - December 2019 Edinburgh 04-Dec
PHP London Christmas 2019 London 04-Dec
Items for Your Toolbox Norwich 05-Dec
Git Deep Dive and Reading Matters Southampton 05-Dec
Tech for Good Summit London 05-Dec
The Infamous Umbraco London Christmas Quiz London 05-Dec
New Ideas, New Voices: Lightning Talks! London 05-Dec
The Future of Data Science London 06-Dec
Rust Code & Learn Study Group London 07-Dec
Katathon (Coding Challenge Hackathon) London 07-Dec
Hackathon: Building Conversational AI for Messenger London 07-Dec
London Haskell Christmas Pub Quiz London 09-Dec
Southend Coding Meetup VR AR 3D Southend of Sea 09-Dec
December Talks & Networking: TypeScript evening London 09-Dec
Tech Startup Journey London 09-Dec
Integrate Flutter into existing Android and iOS Apps London 09-Dec
Lightning talks! Oxford 10-Dec
Meeting #30: AWS re:Invent and Christmas Bash! Cambridge 10-Dec
Xmas 2019 Cambridge Alexa Developers Meetup Cambridge 10-Dec
AWS Cloud Development Kit  Peterborough 10-Dec
Serverless December London 10-Dec
Continuous Testing Workshop : Automation & DevOps London 10-11 Dec
London Microservices Meetup London 11-Dec
Quantum Computing with Superconducting Circuits London 11-Dec
December Gophers London 11-Dec
How to Outsource & Remote Hire in Tech London 11-Dec
Queer Code Edinburgh - December Social Edinburgh 12-Dec
How to Infuse AI Into Your Product by Microsoft Sr PM London 12-Dec
GDG London Android Talks London 12-Dec
Scala eXchange London 2019 London 12-13 Dec
Open Source Database Best Practices Kseniya R. London 16-Dec
Conversational UI and the Digital Assistant London 16-Dec
Annual Lightning Talks Event Northampton 17-Dec
Agile Lean Coffee #9 London 17-Dec
The Linuxing Santa arrives, with presents! London 18-Dec

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Why should you go to a Meetup?


Meetups have become the standard go-to events, especially for the Tech industry over the last few years.  The relaxed, informal format of drinks, pizza, chat, and informative presentations is a format that suits many software developers and digital marketers and there is a huge range of subjects so whatever your passion - there's probably a Meetup for it somewhere

They're an excellent place for getting to know your peers, and they are generally extremely friendly and welcoming which isn't always the case at conference-style events.  Most people don't mind being approached and love the chance to talk about the Meetup subject further or anything you have in common that is more interesting (a conversation about a knitted Cthulhu springs to mind!)   They don't cost much if anything, and you get to hear from the people on the ground - doing what you do - rather than influential speakers who might not have got their hands dirty for a little while

Why should you go to conferences, summits or seminars?


There is a multitude of big conferences throughout the year and some are occasionally even free to attend.  They're incredibly useful if you're looking for new suppliers who will top up your supply of pens, cups and sweets for the rest of the year.   The most important decider to attend a conference however should be what you can learn from your industry thought leaders at the various workshops and seminars on offer.  You can beat your competitors to the latest tips and tricks and gain the industry insight that you need to help your company and career further.  You might also get the chance to attend workshops where you can discuss typical industry issues with your peers.  Conferences are also a great chance to chat with the industry leading speakers and get to know them - many of whom are extremely happy to answer your questions during or after sessions (a bit of ego stroking can go a long way)

Why should you go to workshops?



Smaller workshops and seminars are where you can often learn new skills, upgrade what you currently know and sometimes even put new skills into practice.  You can play around with code with the comfort of knowing that you won't break anything at work that matters and you're free from staging sites and the joy of restrictive change controls.  More importantly, you'll get the chance to ask relevant questions of industry leaders who can really help advance your knowledge

Why should you go to a Hackathon?


You'll spend quality time working with a team of interesting people solving real-life issues belonging sometimes to big-name tech companies or creating something for the greater social good.  You'll work with people who are as excited about this as you are, get the chance to win cool prizes, notoriety in your field and add a new t-shirt to your collection.  Hackathons can be great if you're not too experienced and want to add to your work portfolio.  If you're super skilled, they might be a great place to showcase your work to big sponsors - almost like a hands-on interview.  The best thing about Hackathons, however, has to be the sense of accomplishment by the end of the day - you've come in fresh to a problem, worked it through and solved it - what can be better than that?  They're hard work but truly exciting and whatever level you're at you're guaranteed to learn something new and have fun while you're doing it

Why should you go to a Tech Camp?

Are you kidding? It's a holiday! You get to hang out with people you've got loads in common with (hopefully), have a laugh, possibly get up to mayhem and make great friends with your peers.  It could be the start of new lifelong friendships, a great chance to immerse yourself further in your field or just have fun with some likeminded people


Start planning your 2019 events schedule now

Whether you want to learn new skills, network with your peers, find out about new trends from leading influencers or focus more intensely on your field of work, then you should definitely get out and about more.  Many software developers are happy working in their company silos, but you don't know what you don't know unless you get out in the wider world.  If you want to play a bigger part in your company's success it is vital that you learn what is happening in your market and implement any useful tips when you return.  Getting out and networking can be a great way of getting yourself known for what you do and it might just open up a new door to the job you've been waiting for.



Added 3-Jun-2019