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Using Mapping to Show Up-to-Date Content

Sometimes I’m amazed with what some of our developers do.  I’ve seen so many examples of code just thrown together. I’ve seen that code produce infinite loops, slow down load time by a factor of 10, and take down servers.  So when I see an example of someone thinking through how to efficiently create code, […]

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DevOps for SharePoint Online (Office 365)

With the rapidly evolving migration to the cloud SharePoint teams are faced with a new challenge: How do we develop and deploy for SharePoint Online? If your feet have been firmly planted with on-premises development for SharePoint it can be a little daunting trying to move your process to the cloud. Where and how should […]

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IBM Portlets Running on Liberty Profile on IBM Bluemix

You may not have heard of the Liberty Profile, unless you are interested in running WebSphere Application Server in a cloud environment like BlueMix.  Saurabh Agarwal and Jaspreet Singh presented this session at the IBM Digital Experience Conference. What is this Liberty Profile? Liberty is a lightweight WebSphere Application Server that is already embedded in […]

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Integrating IBM Digital Experience and Microsoft SharePoint

Jason Cornell spoke at the IBM Digital Experience Conference about how well IBM Digital Experience software integrates with SharePoint. When IBM talks about integration with SharePoint, its usually how to display SharePoint content or apps within WebSphere Portal. There are a bunch of ways that IBM has enabled out-of-the-box integration with SharePoint: IBM has Web […]

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IBM Digital Experience Conf: IBM Web Content Manager Patterns

Eric Morentin and Nick Baldwin spoke about WCM Patterns that should be used in content management development in IBM Digital Experience.  Patterns of course are a “canned” way or even best practice for implementing solutions.  There are four themes of patterns they talked about: Better content / component model There are different types of content […]

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IBM Digital Experience 2014: Opening Session with Doug Geiger

Doug Geiger is IBM’s VP for Development for Digital Experience.  He talks about the new features available in IBM Digital Experience 8.5: New Authoring toolbar to make content creation easier BrightCove integration to publish steaming video to the BrightCove distribution network Multi-channel delivery with IBM Worklight – everything is multi-channel out of the box Portlet […]

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Option to Migrate Web Content Sites

It’s a never-ending request for anyone who does web content management project……. how do you get the content from your old site to your new site.  At first, we did it all by hand. Then we tried a couple vendors who wrote connectors to pull content from source CMS’.  Neither worked all that well for […]

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Google: Reasons Why Nobody Uses Your App, Your Site, Your…

I came across the article Google: Reasons Why Nobody Uses Your App in my favorite iPhone app Zite.  The article is about a presentation given by Tomer Sharon, a user researcher at Google, at Google’s I/O Conference. I embedded the video here for you to view. Tomer identifies reasons why nobody uses your app.  I want to extend […]

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Myths and Facts About WebSphere Portal UI on our Spark Blog

I missed the following post on Perficient’s Spark Blog, but it is a good read for anybody connected to WebSphere Portal.  Older versions of portal had a reputation of not working with the latest advances in user interface tools and techniques, such as responsive design, jQuery, etc.  Starting with v7 and really taking off in […]

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Upcoming Webinar: Going Mobile with Your Liferay Portal

Next week, on June 12 at 1 pm CDT, I will be presenting a free webinar on Going Mobile with Liferay Portal.  Below is a description of the webinar and a link to register.  If you have Liferay Portal or are considering it, you will want to see what are your options for making sure that […]

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Oracle and Panduit deliver Exceptional Digital Experiences

A trio of presenters at the Gartner Portal, Content, and Collaboration Summit in Las Vegas gave a talk on “Delivering on the Digital Experience Promise”. I found this to be insightful as a case study, but not revolutionary, more evolutionary. It was a great study in increasing loyalty and revenue from customers. The trio included: […]

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What's coming in WebSphere Portal and WCM

Rob Will, Chief Architect at IBM, presented the future vision for Portal and WCM today.   He started out talking about how the concept of customer experience has been evolving over the past few years.  A core shift has been to enable non-technical users to do more and more with less reliance on IT. A slight […]

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What’s coming in WebSphere Portal and WCM

Rob Will, Chief Architect at IBM, presented the future vision for Portal and WCM today.   He started out talking about how the concept of customer experience has been evolving over the past few years.  A core shift has been to enable non-technical users to do more and more with less reliance on IT. A slight […]

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IBM Connect: Going Deeper Into The Activity Stream

Mikkel Heisterberg presented on a deeper dive into Connections Activity Stream.  The Activity Stream in social represents a tool with high potential to make interaction easier and to get into what is most important to you.  This session focused on what it is and how to interact with it.  It was a pretty technical session […]

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Windows Azure: What is Platform as a Service?

What is Platform as a Service (PaaS)?  How does it differ from Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas)? Let’s start with IaaS.  When “The Cloud” first became popular IaaS was the target.  The point of IaaS is to migrate a company data center into Windows Azure.  This involves converting whatever physical servers you have to Hyper-V […]

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New Online Tutorials for SharePoint 2013 Developers!

There’s really nothing quite like being part of a top national systems integrator.  I’ve found that one of the coolest, most rewarding aspects of this job is working with so many bright, talented people from all across the country.  The sheer breadth and scope of the expertise brought to bear by the ladies and gentlemen […]

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Windows Azure updates for Web Sites

Web Sites are by far one of my favorite features on Windows Azure. As a developer, I didn’t like having to manage the infrastructure. Web Sites allow me to focus on my application and data and let the platform manage the rest. In the last couple of updates there have been a few improvements to […]

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Healthcare.gov | Good, Fast or Cheap: Pick Two

Kevin Orbaker, Director at Perficient, recently wrote a blog post about the challenges that Healthcare.gov has been facing and provides three take-a-ways that are important for every software deployment. I have been following the rollout of the federal governments HealthCare.gov website and the subsequent healthcare exchanges. I have been reading many articles outlining the challenges […]

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Microsoft Windows Azure Announces Key Updates

Microsoft recently announced several updates to Windows Azure. You can read about all the details on Scott Guthrie’s blog (ScottGu’s Blog), but there was one item that really caught my attention: Active Directory Application Access Enhancements. This feature (or collection of features) was previewed over the summer and is supposed to be available by the […]

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Dev/Test in the cloud with Windows Azure

Windows Azure is a great environment for your applications. It can also house applications that aren’t ready to be consumed by your clients whether internal or external to your organization. What makes this more compelling is that as of June you now pay by the minute vs. by the hour for compute as well as […]

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