7 first-timers' perspectives on Codegarden
Whether you were a CG17 newbie, are a veteran Codegardener, considering going next year or simply just curious, these 7 newbie perspectives on Codegarden are definitely worth a read. Each Codegarden newbie have been asked the same 6 questions leaving you with different, and brief, perspectives on Codegarden that’s both honest, personal, entertaining and most of all, motivational.
Enjoy 😊 :
Malcolm McMorran, Web Director Dude at Hooligan Development, South Africa:
“I think my biggest worry about going to Codegarden was the fact that I was going alone, and that I would struggle to network. I was pleasantly surprised...”
Read Malcolm's answers here.
Katie Archibald, Content Project Manager at The Cogworks, UK:
“I realised that by working with Umbraco, I was part of something much bigger and understood why people were so passionate about it…”
Read Katie's answers here.
Dan Patching, Developer, Contractor, UK:
"...I was expecting Codegarden to be focused on presenting talks. There were a lot of great talks, but also group breakout sessions, yoga, the infamous bingo and all sorts of things."
Read Dan's answers here
Frans de Jong, Developer at Webwonders, The Netherlands:
“By talking to a lot of people you get a sense of where you stand in your career and for me it seems to be a lot further than I expected…”
Read Frans' answers here.
Hanne Marthinsen, Web Editor and Project Manager at MarkedsPartner, Norway:
“I was skeptical of attending Codegarden at first, because I thought it was just for developers. He proved me wrong ☺... “
Read Hanne's answers here.