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  1. Sitecore performance tweaks Sitecore
    Auteur
    George Garyfallou
    Datum

    To achieve a good customer experience, the performance of your Sitecore based digital platform is an elementary subject. This Blog is intended for Sitecore developers or architects and I will address some of the basics around the Sitecore caching and some of the best practices that you can follow to…

  2. How to create clear features by using the Sitecore Helix structure Sitecore
    Auteur
    Paul Dohmen
    Datum

    Because there are some challenges when implementing Sitecore Helix I would like to propose a way of working to help dividing a Sitecore application into features properly. For two main reasons Sitecore introduced Sitecore Helix as an architectural way of working to support building Sitecore web applications in a proper way.

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  3. Using NuGet in Sitecore Solutions Sitecore
    Auteur
    Ivan Lieckens
    Datum

    Recently I spoke in Berlin at SUGCON 2018, the 5th anniversary of this amazing conference —made by and for the Community. During my talk I highlighted one of our customer’s solutions regarding DevOps, using VSTS and following the HELIX guidelines. One of the key elements there, I’d like to expand…

  4. SUGCON 2018 - Highlights Sitecore
    Auteur
    Martijn Quekel
    Datum

    The Sitecore User Group Conference (SUGCON) was held in Berlin on the 23th and 24th of April. This community driven conference is the biggest event in Europe for developers who use Sitecore products and technology. With over 600 attendees from all over the world and more than 50 sessions, this…

  5. Efficiently rollout Sitecore environments on Azure PaaS with VSTS Sitecore
    Auteur
    Arjan Verus
    Datum

    The new Mirabeau website went live earlier this month. In this blog post I'll tell a bit more on the architecture and development part of this project. So.. a making of story from a engineering point of view. During the development we used Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to quickly rollout…