What's on tap? Great pubs aside, here are some of the speaker sessions you will not want to skip while attending Casual Connect London.
Casual Connect is set to return to London for a second year of incredible talks and networking opportunities. The show is not even two months away -- don't forget to get your tickets since discounts expire in a few weeks -- and the content team is in the home stretch, finalizing tracks, speakers and panels. If this is your first time attending, you'll be happy to know that Casual Connect is utilizing four lecture halls within the world-class Queen Elizabeth II Centre, a perfect venue to foster networking and impromptu chats with developers in between sessions.
Casual Connect London will maximize three full days from May 28-30, culiminating in the Indie Prize awards, and we strongly encourage you to participate in all three days. Here's a quick look at just some of the can't-miss speakers and sessions from this year's show, with more to be announced soon!
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