Modern Jago offers inspiring space for London’s digital creatives

The Ubelly team love getting out and about and we know you do too, which is why we’re excited to tell you about the launch of Microsoft’s new space,  nestled in the heart of Shoreditch, and dedicated to creativity and innovation.

Called Modern Jago in a nod to the area’s heritage,  the new space offers developers, designers and anyone else with an interest in tech a space to work together, test out new ideas and draw inspiration from their surroundings.

The Modern Jago team are as passionate about creativity as you all are and their launch event  celebrated this, creating a space filled with art and live music. There was even a hand’s on installation for attendees to add their own creative flourish.

But it’s not just a space for you to be inspired. We’ll also be running several of our developer camps and clinics there, where we can help you develop your app from an idea into the next big thing in the Windows Store.  For more information about the camps, check out the event page. Spaces are limited, so sign up today.

And last, but by no means least, we’ll be hosting our very own event there. That’s right, the next in our infamous series of Ignite events will be taking place on the 28th November. You can find out more here, and if you’re feeling particularly daring, submit your idea for a talk.

So what are you waiting for? Get over to the Modern Jago site and book yourself some time there today.

Photos courtesy of the Modern Jago team.

Published by Tom

Tom is the newest member of the uBelly writing team. He comes from a journalism background and is fascinated by issues surrounding creative design and the user experience

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