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Codegarden 2015 is almost here and this years conference is going to be something special. Part of building a strong community is developing a common narrative. Umbraco would be nothing without the fantastic community that keeps HQ on it's toes and the project on the right track. Codegarden is the celebration of this great community and a fantastic oportunity to become part of it.


Niels Hartvig - the founder of Umbraco - and friends will kick the conference of with a look at what the future holds for Umbraco.

Roadmap Panel

Ask questions directly to the developers behind Umbraco and remember HQ will be around during the entire conference and you're always welcome to ask a question.

Sessions galore

Codegarden sessions are a mixture of tech walkthroughs for developers and designers and solid case stories from leading agencies. All filled with solid knowlegde you can take home and apply tomorrow.

Classroom Workshops

Codegarden is not all talk. Join the classroom workshops, roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty for in-depth half day workshops by the developers behind the software.


Hosted by Niels Hartvig and Per Ploug, the (in)famous Umbraco Bingo and dinner is an unmissable and frankly undiscribable event.

Umbraco Awards

The awards is a great opportunity to shine the spotlight on some of the great Umbraco work going on in our community with people using Umbraco in truly impressive ways. Submit your work here.

Community MVP's

Every year we honor the hardworking pillars of the Umbraco community. We are humbled by the amount of work that is being put into the project be it on the forums, pull-requests, packages, festivals, meet-ups and whatever else this wonderful bunch of people get up to.

Package Competetion

The package competetion is the community showcase for non-commercial Umbraco packages. Every year we are blown away by the fantastic expansions released for free by the friendliest community in the world. This is your time to shine. Submit your package here.

Umbraco open space

Open space is our way of trying to make use of the gathering of so many Umbracians in on place. At Codegarden you are not just a passive participant, you get to put your passion on the agenda and contribute to the many discussions fascilitated by the Open Space session.

What you get

  • 3 full days of Umbraco
  • 20+ sessions
  • 4 workshops
  • Lunch and dinner are included in the ticket
  • All the coffee, water and snacks you can handle
  • Social events (meaning we aren't done when the sessions and workshops are)

Getting there

In short - all you have to worry about is getting to the venue and that's no worry at all. Metro stop is right around the corner.