This is a collection of Resources related to Umbraco which I believe will be useful to those who are new the the CMS. I plan to keep this updated. If any of these links break, or you have any suggestions for additional resources, please let me know.
In this book I share the best-practices I have gathered from over 20 years of experience in a concise format to give you a quick start with no fluff.
Written especially for agencies new to Umbraco development, this 5-part e-course will share tips on project-management and development to get your Umbraco projects off to a good start.
Open-source NuGet packages for Umbraco and ASP.Net created by Heather Floyd
Here you'll find packages that add or extend functionality in the CMS, and integrations to the most popular technology and service vendors in the industry.
UMB.FYI is the free weekly newsletter with links and TLDRs of the most interesting stories in Umbraco !
Each week, on Friday 12:30 CET, Marcin and Callum from The Cogworks - together with their guest(s) will drive you through the weekly news and things Umbraco related.
Support forums, package downloads, videos, official documentation, releases, etc.
A monthly magazine for sharing knowledge in the Umbraco community
Annual "advent calendar" of community-supplied articles counting down the days in December
Training and how-to videos created by Umbraco HQ
Videos including Codegarden session recordings 2015-2018
Videos including Codegarden session recordings 2010-2016
Videos including Codegarden session recordings 2019
The annual HQ-sponsored event held in Denmark.
Umbraco Meetups are happening regularly all around the world.
This is a mastodon server setup by the Umbraco Community for the Umbraco Community. All Umbraco community members are welcome to sign up and join.
Projects and initiatives run by dedicated members of the community
Podcast where four experienced developers (and Umbraco community regulars): Carole Logan, Emma Burstow, Laura Weatherhead and Lotte Pitcher talk all things open source - from code contributions to conference attendance and aim to cover all aspects of life as an active member of an open-source community.
Podcast from long-time Umbraco community members Bob Baty-Barr and Kevin Giszewski talking about a lot on non-Umbraco tech topics, but frequently chat with with other Umbraco community folks.
There is a dwindling #Umbraco presence on Twitter.
Another free-form chatting platform. Not currently very active.
Repositories for Umbraco CMS Core, Documentation (yes, you can contribute to that as well!) and other things.
The community teams are an example of the collaboration between Umbraco HQ and the community, and allow a wonderful exchange of insight, feedback and ideas. Teams exist for various Development efforts, along with Accessibility and Documentation.