January 31st 2019 Sitecore announced the official list for the Sitecore Most Valuable Professional awards 2019 and I was honoured to be on the list for the 2nd year.
This blog post is a continuation of my experience and highlights from SUGCON 2018 Berlin.
The Estrel Hotel Berlin was the place to be this year for SUGCON with a total turn out of 600 people attending the jam packed conference, and I was fortunate enough to attend with my fellow Kagool co-workers Ian Graham (MVP) and David Mills.
Having just finished development on one of my first Sitecore Helix projects I wanted to share with the Sitecore community how using SASS placeholders helped me keep the code clean, easy to read, simple to maintain and super fast to update styles.
On Wednesday evening the Sitecore Most Valuable Professional (MVP) 2018 awards were announced. I’ve been fortunate enough make the list and have been awarded the Sitecore Most Valuable Professional Technology Award; one of only 208 Technology MVPs worldwide to be named a Sitecore MVP this year.
This blog post is the final part of my talk at the Sitecore user group hosted in Kagool’s Manchester office.
This blog post is a continuation of my talk at the Sitecore user group hosted in Kagool’s Manchester office.
Recently I spoke at the Sitecore User Group at Kagool’s Manchester Office. The topic I covered was based on my experience as a Sitecore front-end developer.
I’ve been working with Sitecore for many years now and there is always one thing I see being overlooked when creating components and setting up Experience Editor… That one thing is Experience Editor Buttons.
This year Sitecore hosted SUGCON in the beautiful city of Amsterdam and fortunately for me I was attending with some of my fellow Kagool co-workers; Martin Davies (MVP), Ian Graham (MVP) and David Moore.
I wanted to blog about my first SUGCON experience as a Front-End Developer.