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Posts Tagged ‘MVP’

Video: 8 Ways to Crank up your Sitecore Authoring and Marketing Experience

Whether you are launching a new Sitecore XP environment in the next few months or are wanting to enhance your authoring and marketing experience, this video should be a whistle stop on your enhancements campaign tour. Originally this content was to be presented live in Budapest at SUGCON 2020 but then, well, you know. Like […]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Sitecore Symposium 2019

Sitecore Symposium 2019 is going to be jam packed, so take some tips from a Symposium Veteran on the dos and don’t for this year’s event.

Backlog Grooming Brainjocks

Groom, Groom…so you can Vroom, Vroom!

Don’t stock your project with meaningless stories. Prioritize, define and evaluate to put the right plan into action.

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Symposium 2018: An Event in Review

At this year’s Sitecore Symposium, there was a lot of really great information shared. Read on for inspiring ideas about how organizations can continue to mature with Sitecore and some helpful key takeaways.


Minimum Viable Product (MVP) May Not Be Maximum Value

In software development, the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is the quickest time to release for something useful. All these words are loaded: “quickest,” “release,” and “useful.”  Noting that development is a change, the definition [of a one-time] MVP depends on your planned current vs. future business state. Yes, I emphasize that your MVP vision depends […]

August DSUG: “Forms to Riches” and “Solr Spatial Search with Sitecore 9”

The Denver Sitecore User Group returns this August 15th, 2018 for its next meetup! There will be multiple Sitecore MVPs attending, so come out for this excellent opportunity to learn something new and meet fellow developers in the community. Our Hosts and Topics Sitecore MVP Mike Reynolds will be sharing his experience customizing Sitecore 9 Forms […]

Ignition 3.0 Is Coming!

Development for Ignition 3 has started! We are working on the next iteration of Ignition, now to be called Ignition.Framework. There are going to be a number of fundamental changes to the core architecture, including even more in the way of abstractions and dependency management, more flexibility than was already there, and a reduction in […]

Sitecore Behavioral Profile Pattern Controls

If you are setting up behavioral personalization in Sitecore, there are a few subtle controls that can make a dramatic difference in both how your profiles are tracked, and how your content marketers can assign cards to pages. One aspect that came into play as of 8.1 is Decay Rate, which I covered in a […]

Sitecore Chris’ MVP Summit Journal – The night before

Star Date: 2016-09-11 – Late in the evening Everyone is arriving slowly. There were thunderstorms so some had to wait to land. Just read Countdown to Ignition – Day 3 – Why it matters to us non-dev while I waited. If you are a non-dev you should read this to learn more about ignition. I ran […]

An Interview with Perficient’s Newest Microsoft MVP, Ryan Duclos

First of all, congratulations to my colleague, Ryan Duclos, who received the Microsoft MVP award on January 1, 2014. You can read more about the announcement in the Microsoft MVP Award Program Blog here: These individuals were chosen because they have demonstrated their deep commitment to helping others make the most of their technology, voluntarily […]

Congratulations to Perficient’s Jason Follas, Microsoft MVP of the Year

Every year, Microsoft awards a group of Developer MVPs with an additional recognition. It has become a tradition to recognize those MVPs who have demonstrated exceptional community effort by inviting them to a special dinner during the yearly MVP Summit event located at the Redmond headquarters. Technical Fellows Anders Hejlsberg and Brian Harry were hosts […]