It was a really good gathering and I personally learn a lot.
Damien Dias from Episerver went through Episerver CMS and eCommerce certification exams. He gave a very good brief about what is his journey to get the certifications and shared tips around the main area of the exams.
The second part we had Darren Stahlhut from Luminary that he spoke about the really cool framework called Blazor from Microsoft (it is still not released!) and he married up Blazor with Episerver which was really cool. You read about it more here.
I’m so excited about this meetup. It is going to be on 10 July 2019 6pm – 8pm at Episerver Sydney office! In this session:
Damian Dias will talk about Commerce and CMS Certifications best practices.
Nicola Ayan will talk about Episerver Find and share lessons learned from recent projects.
Marcus Babajews will give you a short update on Episerver Campaign
UPDATE: We are so excited that Darren Stahlhut is joining us and present Episerver Blazor a proof of concept and add-on Episerver Cognitive Services. We are so excited to have him in Sydney 🙂
Please signup via link below:
We are so pleased to announced our next Episerver Meetup 🙂
This is very exciting as this meetup will be held in Episerver office in Sydney and more exciting which Damien Dias from Episerver is going to speak about the upgrade process. This is what we are dealing many times! So would be really helpful to see his best practices and advises!
Next Nicola Ayan EMVP is going to talk about how you can build multi-step forms with conditional logic branches using Episerver Forms 🙂 I myself is love to learn it 🙂
And finally I speak about the Web Bots and run an example to show how Bot can be integrated with Episerver Commerce!
We are really excited about this and I hope to see you all SOOON!
Please RSVP ASAP using link bellow!
Studio 60 is going to host next Episerver meetup in Sydney and heaps of good things are going to happen.
Damien Dias from Episerver would present about his awesome experience with Upgrading OLD Episerver website to a new one. It is awesome that we hear someone is with Episerver for a long time and now want to invest for the future and upgrade the existing site and as a technical guru you need to know best practices to make sure customer will get best out of the upgrade!
Second Nicola our EMVP will present how we can take Episerver Form to next level and make it as a wizard which each step is conditional and based on the previous user answer we give more relative steps!
And myself (if there is enough time) love to speak about how we can easily connect an existing Episerver eCommerce website (read it Quicksilver) to Azure Web Bot! Cool ha!! I love bots as they are the more human type of thing instead of a web page! To me, the future of the internet is a bot!
Please RSVP HERE as we have limited sit 🙂 and it is FREE plus we have pizza and beer!
HOORAY! My proposed title is being selected!!! I’m going to speak about Episerver Headless CMS/eCommerce
First I want to say thanks to all voted for me and I hope to do my best 🙂
You can check the agendas here:
Hope to see your friend on the day and find many new friends 🙂 Specially Episerver people
Our third meetup is going to more focus on innovation. 1990 Digital will host our meetup this time.
Nicola is the technical lead and working very closely with customer and know customer tears! She will speak about the new tool she built that impressed her customer and think would impress you as a developer as well!! ‘Episerver CMS Audit’ will help developers to visualize the content instances and content type dependencies and can help developers to find out more about how their content type is being used. Especially on the complex multi-site environment which you end up many content types, this tool would help testing of the site much easier.
I’m going to speak about headless CMS with a good example. This practice can help to understand the Episerver Content Deliver API structure little a bit better and how that fits into the mobile app! and finally, as Nicola proposed we want to see the marriage of Episerver CMS Alloy sample and Cortana (Microsoft virtual assistant) and show how content deliver API can fit into new content channels!
Hope to see you all there. Please register here.
DXC is one of the most popular services from Episerver and demand of using it growing. Cost effective and good support from Episerver made DXC one of best service in CMS/e-commerce area. Marcus is going to speak about the DXC service. This will help developers to get a better idea of all offering and some best practices which developer need to consider.
E-commerce these days are one other f hot topics and we all engaged in designing and developing e-commerce websites and one key area is payment pages! Many websites owners and solution architect ignoring the importance of the PCI compliance. Gareth is going to speak about PCI compliant and how we as developers need to consider this important factor!
Hope to see you in the meetup:
When: April 24th, 2018 6.00-8.00pm
Where: Studio 60’s office, 24 Merriman Street, Millers Point NSW 2000, Sydney
If you can’t make it join us virtually using GotoMeeting!
Hope to see you all!