Our annual Umbraco Conference - CodeGarden - is here again. On
June 24-25th 2010 web developers, designers, editors and other
Umbracians from all over the world will gather in Copenhagen for
the sixth time. We opened registration last week and we're already
past 70 attendees which means it took less than 48 hours to
outnumber the number of attendees from 2005-2007!
CodeGarden is a phenomenal
conference and THE conference to attend if you work with Umbraco or
consider doing it. We've managed to keep the early bird
price at EUR300 and that's a *steal* for three full days
of talks from all the numero uno Umbraco experts and the fee is
even including swag, awesome organic food and loads of surprises
along the way.
ASP.NET MVC Pre conference
As we revealed last year, we're transitioning to Microsoft
ASP.NET MVC for the next version of Umbraco - Umbraco 5 - which
we're aiming to release Q1 2011. At last years CodeGarden, I also
promised that we'd help to make this a smooth transition for
everyone. And action speaks louder than words, so I'm proud that
we're not only thinking about how the software works but also in
how to raise the level of competence for people in the Umbraco
community by arranging an MVC pre-conference day on the 23rd.
We've somehow managed to convince MVC experts Simone Chiaretta
and Jon Galloway to come and do MVC bootcamps on the day before
CodeGarden starts (June 23rd). It's free for all
attendees and it's an absolutely stunning chance to get up
to speed with the next generation of ASP.NET and the foundation of
Simone Chiaretta is an
ASP.NET MVP and ASPInsider as well as the author of the Beginning
ASP.NET MVC from Wrox. Jon Galloway is
working at Microsoft and is the author of the coming Professional
ASP.NET MVC 2.0.
Ensure your ticket today!
All the previous CodeGardens have sold out and the ticket sale
this year has obviously blown us away. Make sure to register
today - either before the price goes up or before CodeGarden10
is sold out.