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Codegarden 2010.

Three days entirely dedicated to Umbraco CMS, web development, MVC, .NET, open source, XSLT and a bunch of code-happy IT geeks armed with smartphones and an esoteric vocabulary. If this sounds like the perfect summer event then you might regret that you didn’t get a ticket for Codegarden 2010.

Posted: 21st  June 2010Categories: Out and about0

Three days entirely dedicated to Umbraco CMS, web development, MVC, .NET, open source, XSLT and a bunch of code-happy IT geeks armed with smartphones and an esoteric vocabulary. If this sounds like the perfect summer event then you might regret that you didn’t get a ticket for Codegarden 2010.
 
This year’s Umbraco conference, Codegarden, is coming up. This year one of the speakers will be Codehouse’s hardcore Umbraco developer, project manager and spare time ninja (see here) Morten Christensen who won the best Umbraco package category at last year’s Codegarden with his Google Analytics for Umbraco. From under the headline “Integrating a 3rd party service with the Umbraco back-end” Morten will unveil how to integrate data into the Umbraco backend.
 
From the Codehouse London office Richard Hayes has made room in his calender to fly to Denmark and participate in Codegarden. This means that Richard gets the opportunity to mingle with a crowd of the likeminded and hopefully get the chance to experience the best (and most sunny side) of Copenhagen.
 
Codegarden is the annual Umbraco developer conference for developers and web designers working with Umbraco CMS. The conference is a 3 day event where the 250 participants can experience more than 30 different sessions on the Umbraco project, MVC, .NET, Ajax, XSLT, Silverlight, best practices etc. And opportunities to dive into conversation about the powerful, open source Umbraco CMSwill be plenty in the open space sessions. And there might be shared a “war story” or two from the IT world when the BBQ gets underway and the cold beers are opened?
 
Codegarden 2010 takes place on 23-25th June in Kedelhallen in Copehagen, Denmark.

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