Jamie Stump

My name is Jamie Stump, and I am a Senior Sitecore Consultant at Perficient. I was honored to be named one of only 42 2013 Sitecore MVP’s worldwide. I specialize in Sitecore Architecture and Development and my broad Sitecore experience includes Sitecore installation, configuration and CEP development, including custom DMS implementations for clients. I have implemented Sitecore solutions for a number of industry verticals including manufacturing, healthcare, financial services, advertising and retail. In addition to architecting and implementing Sitecore sites and eCommerce solutions, I also work with other Microsoft Technologies, including the .NET platform and SQL Server. You can read through my older Sitecore related blog posts here and my newer ones here. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Development from York College of PA. I am originally from the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA, and still reside there with my wife, son, English bulldog and 2 cats.

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SQL Querying Sitecore Database Directly: Ordered Content Tree

In my last blog post, I gave you a SQL function that will return the FullPath of a given Sitecore Item.  Another common set of information one might want to retrieve from the Sitecore DB is the descendent items in the proper order as they show in the Sitecore Content Tree.  The trick to this […]

SQL Querying Sitecore Database Directly: Get FullPath of Item

It’s not often that a Sitecore developer has to write SQL queries against the Sitecore databases because the Sitecore API handles basic CRUD operations for the developer.  It’s also a best practice to use the API so that all the hooks and handlers and pipelines and events fire the way they’re designed to.  However, there […]

Congrats to Sitecore, MSFT ISV Partner of the Year

The Perficient Sitecore Practice team would like to extend our congratulations to Sitecore for being named Microsoft’s ISV Partner of the Year for 2014!  You can see the full list of winners here.  As an implementation partner of Sitecore, and a Microsoft NSI who’s won a Partner of the Year award, we certainly understand the […]

The Importance of Version Release Dates for Sitecore

I recently ran into an issue while implementing a site on Sitecore 7.1.  I searched the interwebs for an existing solution to my issue, and discovered a number of posts identifying the same issue for the initial release of 7.0.  All of these posts indicated that the issue was resolved in Update 3 of Sitecore […]

Ways to Expand on Sitecore’s Content Personalization Capabilities

Over the last few weeks, I have been working on a white paper that describes a number of ways that the out-of-the-box functionality of the Sitecore DMS system can be extended.  I’m very pleased that the paper, Ignite the Core: Expanding Upon Sitecore’s Integrated Content Personalization Capabilities, was released last week on the Perficient website. […]

New Sitecore Users Group in Philadelphia!

About a year ago today (actually, when I look at my email, it was exactly a year ago today, which is almost a too-eerie-to-be-true coincidence), I was doing some random internet searching and came across a meetup page of people in my area (Philadelphia) that had interest in Sitecore.  This made me think to myself […]

White Paper Summary: Responsive Design vs. Adaptive Design

Back in June, I wrote a blog post about the Opportunity Costs of using Responsive Design with Sitecore.  In that post, I talk about the Pros’ and Cons of using one of our industries hottest buzzwords, Responsive Design (RWD) on a Sitecore implementation.  In my post, I talk about the Device concept of Sitecore which […]

Leadership in the WCM Market? I’d expect nothing less…

Gartner released it’s latest Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management (WCM) at the end of July, and once again Sitecore is in the leaders grouping of the software providers that were evaluated.  This marks the 4th year in a row that Sitecore has achieved such an honor!  Gartner describes the software in the Leader classification […]

Opportunity Costs of Responsive Design with Sitecore

I recently got to see the first Responsive Designed-Sitecore powered site I have ever worked on go live.  If you’re not familiar with Responsive Design…well, where have you been?  Seriously though, Responsive Design is a pretty big buzzword in not just the tech industry but in any business that wants to be relevant in today’s […]

Sitecore Related Appearances This Week

I’m going to be making 2 Sitecore appearances this week, one of the real-life type and one of the virtually live type. First up, I’m excited to be part of a panel of technical experts discussing Sitecore at the Washington DC Users Group meeting for April!  The event is Tuesday, April 16th at 6:00PM EST […]

Forrester Research Doc names Sitecore as Strong Performer in WCM!

Forrester Research, Inc. recently released a document where they evaluate 10 of the strongest performers in the Web Content Management space.  They name Sitecore as a strong performer in the space because of their suite approach to WCM / Digital Marketing capabilities that allow a Content Author or marketers one interface for both content management […]

Sitecore a Strong Performer in WCM according to Forrester

Forrester Research recently released the “The Forrester WaveTM: Web Content Management For Digital Customer Experierence, Q2 2013”, which is a report where they evaluated 10 of the “most significant” WCM providers.  Forrester evaluated the providers in their current offerings, strategy and market presence.  The paper is specifically geared towards developers; however it is not so […]

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