Get your abstracts ready! Our 11th annual conference will be running from the 10th - 12th of June in Copenhagen. We are currently laying out the blueprints for this years edition. But we need you to come and share your knowledge and experiences. If you think you have something awesome to talk about, tell us all about it and we’ll consider your entry.
What we're looking for:
First and foremost, we’re interested in topics that make us go, “Oh, wow! Yes! Tubular! We want to send our attendees home fired up and inspired, creating even better Umbraco solutions.
If you need some inspiration to get your ideas flowing check out the videos from last years sessions http://stream.umbraco.org/channel/9915696/codegarden-2014
We’ll have 2 tracks:
- Technical track, this track focuses on the technical aspects of working with and developing for Umbraco.
- Usecase track, the second track is focused on use cases and what advantages Umbraco provides.
It’s pretty obvious that your topic needs to be Umbraco related for the rest here is what you need to take into account
- Sessions are presented in English
- Talks are 45 minutes long (including q&a)
- Original and authentic topics (so avoiding same people talk about the same things all the time)
We also value general web dev sessions so you don't have to be deep down in Umbraco code. If it helps people build awesome Umbraco sites, we are all for it!
As if the fame, the glamour, the success of presenting before 500 fellow Umbraco enthusiasts isn't enough, if your proposal is selected you’ll get free admission to codegarden 15, which includes access to the full three days of conference and all of the associated events (party, infamous Umbraco bingo, Ole Erling, ...).
So give it some thought and submit your talk. We’re expecting your magnificent session proposal(s) by 1 April 2015, GO!
Let us know what you want to see at Codegarden 2015
Don’t have a session idea, you can still help out! What sessions would you like to see at this year's conference? Let us know your thoughts in a quick survey here, and take part in shaping this year's program.