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  1. Sitecore performance tweaks Sitecore
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    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. Exploring content with Episerver Find Software Engineering
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    Jordi Jacobs
    Datum

    The Episerver Content Management platform supports many different add-ons that enrich the user experience on websites. One of these add-ons is called Episerver Find, currently being implemented in digital platforms for several clients. With Episerver Find I change the way users search for content on a digital touchpoint, allowing me…

  3. 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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  4. Apple ARKit 2.0 - a closer look Mobile
    Auteur
    Tom Klootwijk
    Datum

    At the beginning of June Apple announced ARKit version 2.0 and with it a couple of very exciting features such as persistent and shared experiences, 3D object detection and the new USDZ file format that can share AR objects between different apps within the IOS ecosystem. Lets have a closer…

  5. Modularity and the Future of Java DevOps
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    Caitlin Fairhurst
    Datum

    With the fast approaching release of Java 9, I decided to delve into one of its main new features - the Java Platform Module System (JPMS) - curious to see whether this update will have as big of an impact on the way we program in Java as its predecessor.…