I am a certified Sitecore developer with a passion for the web. I hopped into the .NET space 5 years ago to work on enterprise-class applications and never looked back. I love building things—everything from from Legos to software that solves real problems. I have a strong foundation of backend skills, with sweet spots like security, portal solutions and APIs. Early on, before I had the benefit of SCORE, I made a lot of mistakes with Sitecore but learned a lot in the course of the struggle. I would like to support other developers by contributing my perspective on doing things “the Sitecore way,” rather than fighting the framework. Did I mention I love video games?
One of the beautiful parts of Sitecore is that it doesn’t force you into a particular implementation pattern. You can build websites as small and simple as you like, or as large and complex as you need. You can have a single website driven by the CMS, or dozens hosted out of the same installation.continue
Queue Thursday morning and it’s time to get started. We know we’re building the foundations of a new website, and we want to start it off correctly. To do this, we’re going to follow what we call the ‘Assembly Process’. Assembly Process If you’ve worked with Cesia or myself in the past, you’ve probably seen […]continue
We recently built a website that meets the minimum viable product for a customer in under 24 working hours. An Enterprise Accelerator is the key, the secret sauce. This particular accelerator is built upon SCORE, but these principles can be applied to any CMS accelerator platform.continue