For the second year in a row, I am happy to announce that I have been named Most Valuable Professional (MVP) by Sitecore! I am one of only 186 Sitecore professionals worldwide that have been awarded with an MVP title in the Technology category.
For more information check out the announcement by Sitecore and the full list of 2019 MVP’s. The list contains 315 individuals that are doing great work for the Sitecore community.
This year, I am one of 3 MVPs in Romania and all 3 of us are located in Cluj-Napoca the heart of Transylvania.
Hope to see you in London and Orlando in 2019!
Thank you Sitecore!
We hade a quite busy year, and we are gonna finish it with a new Sitecore Meetup in Cluj-Napoca, Romania
The meetup is in the evening of 22nd November 2018 and the the agenda is:
- What’s new in Sitecore 9.1 – Sebastian Tecsi, Sitecore MVP
- Sitecore xConnect & Marketing Automation – Dani Mocan, Sitecore MVP
- Tips and Tricks in Commerce 9 – Vlad Iobagiu, Ex Sitecorean, Ex Sitecore MVP
You can RSVP and read more details in here.
See you there.
Stelio made a post on how to handle the deletion of items across Sitecore databases. And I remembered that I wrote code for this situation in another way.
The way that I’ve approached this is to extend the Item Delete event so I can publish deleted item by publishing the parent item.
Basically, I detect the parent of the item that is currently deleted by an editor, and I publish that parent item on each target database that we have on our Sitecore installation.
The code, with comments for this here:
And the config changes needed:
One month from Sitecore Symposium 2018 has passed already, and I said that I should write a 1 month highlights post. That also for the fact that I’ve traveled a bit in the past month, and had to catch up a bit with all the articles/post about the Symposium.
So this is yet another post about the Sitecore Symposium 2018, the conference that was held in Orlando, USA. This is my 4th Symposium that I participated, and in fact I have participated the first one too that was held in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2010.
The conference was a really great experience for me.
George has a post on his blog about Symposium 2018 roundup links in here.
Also Jeff, made a post where he gather session recordings and slides.
But in fact, in the meanwhile Sitecore published all sessions in here here, so if participated to the conference you have access to download them. To help, Bas made a script to download all presentations at once. And I made an adjustment so that the files are saved on the disk using the original filename, not an id. Script is here.
Here is a collection on blogs posts, articles, sessions, repos that I found in the past month about Sitecore Symposium 2018.
I’ve tried to group them a bit, so here you go.
Recap, articles about the conference itself:
Posts specifically about Sitecore 9.1 that was announced at the conference.
Sessions slides/articles, repos:
I know that are quite few articles, and I hope you find them interesting, at least some of them.
I will let you with this An amazing thing happened at Symposium.
Well, I was a bit stressed about this certification. I have not worked that much in Sitecore lately and I did not really prepared for this exam. I participated at Sitecore MVP Summit 2018 and up until the evening before the day the exam was scheduled I was not 100% that I really want to take the exam, but made my mind and in the morning at 8:00 I was present in the room to take the exam, even that I was bit tired.
After signing up at the location – took a bit to do it – the exam started. There were 50 questions, with a countdown of 1h and 30 minutes, but apparently the room was booked for something else at 09:00, so I had a bit more than 1 minute for each question. That went quite well and I’ve passed the exam and now I am a Sitecore® 9.0 Certified Platform Associate Developer.
A study guide for the exam can be found here: https://sitecore.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/16000067853-sitecore-certified-platform-associate-developer-exam-study-guide-