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Where will you be on September 26th at 1:00pm Pacific Time? If you are a Sugar Developer then you better be in San Francisco, the City By the Bay, at the Hilton Union Square!


The annual UnCon is the top rated event at SugarCon because of the in-depth technical content, knowledgable speakers, and our enthusiastic developer and admin community.  This is a unique event where you get an incredible level of access to the development teams and decision makers that build our products and platforms.


Essential to the success of UnCon is input from the Sugar Developer and Administrator community! We are just over 90 days away so planning is well underway. Now is the time to provide your input on the content presented at UnCon.


Please fill out this very short on question survey. This will help us focus the event on the types of content that you want to see.


UnCon 2017 Theme Survey



Fill out the UnCon 2017 Theme Survey!




UnCon will be bigger than ever


We will be growing UnCon massively this year with a longer running time, more activities, and more space than ever before. This will allow you more time with the SugarCRM experts in Product Engineering, Product Manage


ment, and other technical staff from across the company.


Never attended before?


Check out the UnCon archive where you can find all the available content from the last two years. Some popular past presentations and workshops have been on topics ranging from introductory sessions on debugging Sugar, Elasticsearch, Sugar CLI, and Mobile SDK to deep dives into Sidecar and Advanced Workflow. All those topics and more can be found in the archive.


Other ways to get involved

  1. RSVP to the event in the UnCon community to let everyone know you will be there. Separate registration to SugarCon is required to attend.
  2. Share additional feedback in the UnCon community as discussions or ideas.
  3. Stay tuned for more updates! Follow the UnCon space in the Sugar Community.


See you in San Francisco!