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When you were growing up you probably remember different kids around the playground and how they interacted with others. They all had different personalities. Some seemed to get along with everyone and others fit into their cliques but not with others. Sitecore Ignition was built with the goal to play well with others. We save you time without getting in your way. We allow you to take what you want and leave the rest.
Ignition works well with Team Development for Sitecore (TDS) but you don’t have to use it. You can use Unicorn but again don’t have to. As Ignition is open sourced you can extend it wherever you need. We are based on Glass Mapper that everyone uses. We work with Simple Injector but you are not tied to it. We used Castle Windsor in a previous build as well.
As I described this to a few people this evening, they pointed out that I share the same philosophy with Ignition. I work well with others, I am flexible, I have a passion for help others with best practices and become successful on their projects. My passion is to reduce or eliminate Rescue Projects. It makes sense that I love using Ignition.
If you’re in New Orleans this week for #SitecoreSYM, please stop by booth #217 in the Partner Pavilion on Thursday and Friday. Talk to the team that built Ignition and learn more about how your team can have a best-practice head start with the Ignition Framework. We’re also giving away some cool stuff and holding a raffle; be sure to stop by!
George Chang (@sitecoregeorge) from the Ignition team will be speaking at Symposium with Tim McCarthy on Friday, don’t miss the session!
Sitecore DevOps Goodness on Azure: Visual Studio Team Services
Speakers: George Chang and Tim McCarthy
Friday, September 16, 2016
11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.