Footage from the 2012 UK Festival
Project Belle - the new Umbraco UI
Niels Hartvig and Per Ploug Hansen talked through the history of the Umbraco UI and presented the work so far to update it.
Advanced automation techniques
In this talk, Anthony presents a development and deployment set-up which allows developers to start coding immediately, and with a couple clicks, automatically deploy to various environments without the need for any manual configuration.
Contributing to the Umbraco core
Sebastiaan takes you through the how's, why's, do's and dont's of how to get your bug fixes, ideas and features implemented into the Umbraco core.
uComponents is one of the most popular packages for Umbraco, in this session, you will learn about new features and hidden gems.
Load balancing with Umbraco
An open discussion on load balancing Umbraco solutions, with some high level examples of working solutions.
Examine and Lucene.NET are now an integral part of the Umbraco platform. Ismail talks through some important hints and tips he's picked up along the way and illustrate some creative usages of Examine.
The Hackathon results and Pico Scrum review
A demo of the fantastic results from the Hackathon and a talk through the 'pico scrum' concept
Tea Commerce introduction and V2.0
An Umbraco XML Cache Replacement
Niels demoes a replacement for the XML cache that supports a larger amount of nodes, faster queries and combines documents, media and members.
Web Blocks for Umbraco
Mentor Digital present their Web Blocks system for adding content to Umbraco websites
SCRUM at The Cogworks
Adam talks through The Cogworks take on agile project management and in particular how the SCRUM techniques we have implemented have helped streamline our processes over the last couple of years.
Søren talks about the launch of uCommerce 3 and what can be expected in the new version. He will focus in particular on Razor, visualisation, the cloud and data types.
Relationships and communities
A look at relationships, both in open source and in development in general, how we can improve and how tools such as performance profilers can actually help bridge that gap and get people working more harmoniously together.
uSitebuilder - A crash course
uSiteBuilder is a free package to ease developing Umbraco sites by moving the general setup away from clicking on buttons to writing code so you can write once and deploy often.
Pics from the 2012 UK Festival
Thanks to Doug Robar for the fantastic photos