We made Umbraco as a Service (.com) to remove friction when it comes to working with Umbraco, so you can focus on building amazing things and never again worry about installing, upgrades, deployments, hosting and any other infrastructure bits that steal between 8-12% of your time! Getting more productive while doing what you like the most - what’s not to love?
After this half-day event, attendees will have an in depth knowledge of:
Creating new projects for your development team
Deploying between environments (both locally and remote)
Git basics and tools used to run a site locally
Advanced debugging and troubleshooting
Assigning hostnames and going live
Creating sites from a common baseline. A baseline is an Umbraco site that you configure to have all of your favourite packages and preferred site structure set up for you
Updating the baseline and pushing changes out to all sites created from that baseline
Upgrading to a new Umbraco version
Workshop registration is free for anyone with a Codegarden 15 ticket. To register you'll need an umbraco.com account with a confirmed and assigned codegarden 2015 ticket. If someone else ordered the ticket on your behalf make sure they assign it to your account.
This Workshop has very limited seating, so seats are given out on a first-come, first-serve basis. Seats will be made available in two rounds. You can reserve your seat on this page when registration opens.
Taught by Morten Christensen, Sebastiaan Janssen and Paul Sterling from Umbraco HQ - the main architects behind Umbraco as a service. This workshop will give you insight into using Umbraco as a Service as your main place for running, maintaining and developing Umbraco-based sites.
While the workshop will start with an in-depth introduction, it will be very much hands on with regards to working on an actual site and seeing what happens when changes occur and how to work with these changes in a team. Make sure to bring your own laptop in order to be able to follow along. We will provide all attendees with a site ready for implementation and a set of instructions on how to proceed with the site. Imagine that the instructions are from your Project Manager and you work in a team to finish a site. This will be as close to real life as possible!
This workshop is suitable for both frontend and backend/.net developers as the focus is on using Umbraco as a service in a team, which consists of different types of developers. It doesn’t matter if you are on a PC or a Mac or don’t have a lot of experience with Git. We aim to bring everyone up to speed on the basics needed to get up and running with Umbraco as a service.