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Codegarden 2014

11th - 13th June, Copenhagen

Umbraco Codegarden is our annual conference in copenhagen, denmark, june 11-13. Enjoy more than 30 high-quality sessions and participate in the open space where you influence the future of umbraco.

or find out why you should go below...

Per Ploug

Niels Hartvig

Tim Geyssens

Morten Christensen

Lee Kelleher

Pete Duncanson
Offroad Code

Theo Paraskevopoulos

Warren Buckley
The Cogworks

Andy Butland

Marc Stöcker

Jesper Hauge
Twins Solutions

Antoine Giraud

Leandro Benitez

Janae Cram

Erica Quessenberry

Alex Bailes
Countrywide plc

Jiri Banas
Countrywide plc

Anne-Marie Faiola
Bramble Berry Soap Making Supplies

Stéphane Gay

Chris Gaskell
Detangled Digital

Bob Baty-Barr
Segal Company

Kenn Jacobsen

Dan Okkels Brendstrup

Jason Prothero

Rusty Swayne

Martin Frederiksen

Mads Kristensen


New technical skills

Codegarden is the best place for developers to learn about the newest features and possibilities in Umbraco


Be inspired by the best

From large-scale implementation to highly specialized sites. Don't miss out on the oportunity learn from those who have gone before.


Web development

With Version 7, Umbraco is more accessible than ever. Learn how you can unlock the power of Umbraco with HTML, CSS and Javascript.



CodeGarden is the one and only annual conference organised by the Umbraco HQ, and anyone who is anyone who works with Umbraco will be there.

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.

Workshops are included in the conference ticket, all codegarden ticket-holders will get access to reserve their workshop seat on April 1st

Extend Umbraco with AngularJS

Leverage javascript for beautiful backoffice extensions

Team development on

Take your workflow to the cloud

Umbraco Contour Masterclass

You wont believe what you can do with these forms

Open space

Aside from the normal sessions and workshops Codegarden also provides a unique approach to conferencing. It is called Open Space Technology and is all about networking, problem solving. This means you are not just limited to the scheduled topics but can put your passion on the agenda.

Sugggest a topic

Codegarden is the best place for developers to learn about the newest features and possibilities in Umbraco

Discuss and share

You are in a room with the biggest gathering of sharp umbraco minds on the planet, take advantage!


Leave filled with knowledge

We have an excellent reputation, and past attendees have some very kind things to say about Codegarden

Lee Kelleher

@leekelleher - Umbrella Inc.

"For me CodeGarden is the centrepiece of the Umbraco community"

Lotte Pitcher

@lottepitcher - Paminternet

"...I also really enjoy the opportunity to see how other developers work, and what tools they use."

Richard Soeteman

@rsoeteman - Soeteman Software

"The conference is very hands-on too. Sessions are usually about things you can use the next Monday you return into your office. "

The stuff you need to know before you go

Getting there

No matter where you are in the world, getting to Copenhagen is a breeze. Copenhagen airport is serviced by all major airlines and situated close to the city centre and the venue.

Getting around

Public transportaion in Copenhagen is super easy and not too pricey. Metro, busses and trains go directly to the venue.

Getting hungry

Breakfast is on you, the rest is on us. Lunch each day, dinner on the first and second day and all the coffee and snacks you can handle.

Getting sleepy

There are plenty of hotels and hostels all over Copenhagen. With prices starting from 74€ for two nights.

Codegarden will once again be held at "Keddelhallen" in central Copenhagen. It has served as the venue for many great umbraco experiences and memories in the past and 2014 will add to the Codegarden story.