The curse of "Genie developers"

We've probably all meet one, worked with one and had to work around them. Genie developers keep the agency and outsource land busy in all the wrong ways. But what actually is a Genie developer and what can you do about them?

My Odyssey in Teaching Kids Scratch: Part 2

Part Two in Janae's series about teaching kids how to code for a week handles what's entailed in building a week-long series of Escape Rooms. Why? Because puzzles engage creativity and make learning history fun!

My Odyssey in Teaching Kids Scratch: Part 1

This year, Janae decided to take on the crazy, awesome task of teaching kids how to code in Scratch. She regales us with the anecdote of her experiences and what it was like to teach a week-long summer camp to eleven 9-11 year-olds. In Part One, she talks about planning a class and what things to consider.

When should Umbraco V8 be released?

We hosted a few polls of the community to try to get a feel for when people expect Umbraco V8 to be ready and the results are in and rather unexpected! Read on for our analysis of the findings.

First Time Codegardener Glossary

Whether you're new to Codegarden or Umbraco (welcome! We're so happy to have you as part of our community!) or a veteran, here is a helpful list of terminology you'll hear at the conference. Brush up on your "Umbracian lingo" and have an easier time joining the conversation!

Weeknotes #2

Some good variety shared across the team this week and improving our efforts at making sure our growing distributed team is connected.

When should you use Umbraco as a Service?

I recently went to the Umbraco as a Service road show in Manchester and finally had the penny drop as to why its a good thing and why we might use it. So here are my thoughts to hopefully help you make your own choice about if you should give it a go.

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