Codegarden 11 is an annual developer conference for everything Umbraco where everyone from casual users to core developers attend to learn, share ideas, network and socialize for three days in sunny Copenhagen. This year’s event is all about Jupiter – version 5 of Umbraco rearchitected on ASP.NET MVC, scheduled to ship later this year. Actually, the CTP was released live on the stage during the keynote.
Another exciting news from HQ, the company behind Umbraco, is version 2 of Courier, which promises to deliver automated deployment of content and developer artifacts to Umbraco, made really easy. They even dropped the price to 99€!
A new thing HQ are releasing now at Codegarden is Umbraco Deli, which is a marketplace for packages. Up until this point, there’s really been no place like this where you can sell licenses to your packages for download, other on your own.
The first day of Codegarden has come to an end and it’s been a really grate day for me, meeting all these new people which, are passionate about much of the same things I am. The day finished on a canal boat and after that the party continued into the night at a local office here in Copenhagen.
Looking forward to another great day!
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