Team workflow for Umbraco Cloud and Azure DevOps
Dave Woestenborghs, Umbraco MVP at DotControl
Dave has a solution on how to turn an Umbraco Cloud project team workflow into one similar to an on-premise project. Who knows - it might change how you see Umbraco Cloud!
Deep-dive into GraphQL querying with Umbraco Heartcore
Poornima Nayar, Freelance .NET Developer, Microsoft MVP and Umbraco MVP
Just in time for the recent enhancements and improvements of GraphQL within Umbraco Heartcore - Poornima is here to give you the deep dive you've needed! Understand GraphQL queries, and learn more about the GraphQL endpoints in Umbraco Heartcore.
Containers and Umbraco - using Docker to host a load-balanced Umbraco website
Carl Sargunar, Technical consultant and application developer
Following on his talk at Codegarden 2021, Carl is back to discuss possibilities with Linux containers and Docker hosting.
Umbraco Packages - These are a few of my favourite things
Paul Seal, Lead Umbraco Developer at Moriyama
Paul dives into some of the best Umbraco packages there are, and how they can actually solve real problems. If you've been pondering packages, Paul's talk is your go-to.
Developers + Content Editors + Umbraco Deploy = ❤️
Heather Floyd, Independent Umbraco Developer
Covering "the human and technical sides of deployment" is Heather - with a demo thrown in to make this talk even more unmissable.
Introduction to Blazor & Umbraco 9
Corné Hoskam, Software Engineer at iO
With his very first Codegarden talk comes Corné Hoskam, supplementing his previous DF21 talk on Blazor and Umbraco 9 with new features and how you can use them.
10 Umbraco features you forgot existed
Callum Whyte, Umbraco MVP, Microsoft MVP
With the Umbraco CMS progressing at an unprecedented rate, it's easy to forget the power and flexibiliy at the heart of Umbraco. UmbraCoffee host Callum Whyte will give you an insight into 10 main features you may want to revisit.
Stay tuned for more information on the Codegarden 2022 program
But you can always get your tickets ahead of time 😉