Lightening session made up of three 20min sessions: How to use Scaffolding with Morten Christensen Coding Nerdvana With ReSharper with Soren Spelling Lund Getting Started with Visual Studio Projects & Nuget with Morten Christensen
Warren Buckley will take you through step by step how he created his first site in V5, The Estate Agent website for the .NET magazine tutorial, from a front end dev perspective. Which he recently wrote a tutorial for Umbraco V4 for the magazine .NET. Afterwards you will be one super skilled Umbraco implementer and will be able to confidently build your own Umbraco V5 sites.
Per Ploug and Sebastiaan Janssen will give a session on the popular deployment tool Courier from the HQ. More details soon.
This lightening session covers three commercial packages from the Umbraco Deli: CMS Import. <strong>Newsletter Studio</strong> In this session Markus Johansson will show you how to create, send and analyze newsletters from within the Umbraco back office, no need for external tools och services. We'll look at the basic functionality and go though how you can extend Newsletter Studio to meet your own custom needs. SpinDoctor.
Umbraco 5 introduces an all new plugin model, which makes it easier to create more powerful packages than ever before. However, the new plugin model requires existing packages to be rewritten to run inside Umbraco 5 and support the new plugin framework and MVC…. Or does it? In this session you will learn: How to add new trees in Umbraco 5. How to add new editors in Umbraco 5. How you can make your package work with both Umbraco 4 and 5. Discover how uCommerce 3 came to support Umbraco 5 without rewriting everything from scratch, which left the team free to focus on new features instead of spending time rewriting every single user interface in the system.
by Aaron Powell
Sometimes we decide to go a little crazy, we decide that we want to step outside the comfort zone and work without Umbraco. But what's hot right now with .NET if you want to just build a web application? Over the next hour come and check out some of the libraries that are out there for building non-Umbraco based solutions.
by Lee Kelleher
In this lightening session we bring you 3 different E-commerce solutions for Umbraco. Each speaker will tell you about their solution and why it may suit your next E-Commerce project in a quick 20min presentation each. We have the following e-commerce solutions presenting in the showdown: Anders Burla Johansen from TeaCommerce. Søren Spelling Lund from uCommerce. Arnold Visser from uWebshop.
So you're a rockstar on Umbraco 4 and fear that Umbraco 5 will leave you look like a retard, because everytime you've tried to look into MVC it seems like something invented in a darkroom at a club of PhD developers who've never been laid because quoting patterns is on the top 3 of bad pickup lines. But MVC is also for the rest of us, so join me on a talk optimized for those who don't care about MVC but loves building Umbraco sites. And see why once you've learned the tricks of an MVC hustler, you'll never look back. In other words. An hour of MVC for people used to Webforms (or nothing).
by Niels Kühnel
Niels Kuhnel will talk about three different topics to talk and show off some fantastic demos: Taxonomy. CropUp. Localization
by Aaron Powell
When v5 was under development Aaron decided to undertake an ambitious project, a self-contained analytics package. An analytics package isn't exactly simple though, there's trees (including a full representation of the content tree), macros, surface controllers, hive interaction and editors. Then there's actually building the package! So while undertaking this task what did he learn? Come to the session and find out!
This lightening session will have three awesome package demos: DAMP. To Be Confirmed. uBlogsy.
With Umbraco 5, HTML5 and Knockout JS, Niels has built a simple mobile app that works on any modern smartphone that makes it easy for diabetics to calculate how much insulin they need. It combines a 3rd party database of nutrition information, Umbraco to enrich the database with images and build up the foundation of a recipe sharing community. Experience for yourself how easy it is to use Umbraco and modern web technologies to make Apps without stabbing yourself to death with Objective-C, Java or Silverlight exceptions. You already know the tools. After an hour nothing will hold you back.
Members of the community will have a chance to show off their entries into the Umbraco Awards and anything else cool they want to show
by Tim Geyssens
13th–15th June 2012