Regarding the Corona virus (COVID-19) - We have decided not to host Codegarden in 2020. You can read more about the decision on the blog.

Call for speakers

The call for speakers closed the 7th of January 2020. A big thank you to all the speakers who shared their proposals! You will hear back from us on the 7th of February. 

We want to see the best and broadest Codegarden program ever, and for that, we need your ideas and input. We want to hear from developers, designers and the business side of Umbraco, so no matter if you have a great technical session targeting developers, a creative session targeting designers, or a case-story targeting the business audience, then Codegarden could be the stage to present it on.


Consider who your target audience is, so we can make sure the right people turn up at your talk. 


Business audience
Your talk targets sales, marketing and project managers that might have little or no technical background. The presentation is focused on case-stories and enhancing client communication.


Soft skills / Developer’s life 
Your talk focuses on learning experiences and sharing ideas and stories that are engaging, inspiring and thought-provoking. The talk can cover career stories that inspire the audience and leave them with practical and actionable takeaways.


Creative audience
Your talk targets web designers and web developers. The audience can expect design-focused talks that might contain HTML, JavaScript, or CSS, but none, or very little .NET code.

Technical audience
Your talk targets .NET developers, DevOps with a strong focus on code and the technical part of working with Umbraco. The talk delves into Umbraco and will give any developer an edge in the fast-moving world of the friendly CMS.


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