Nick Hills’ headed over to SUGCON last week to share his infinite wisdom with the rest of the Sitecore community, if you missed it or want a recap you can listen to his talk below:
This talk shows off techniques that allow you to combine two great tools: the personalisation capabilities and power of xDB along with the benefits of CDN edge-caching. Editors can configure and design personalisation rules as normal yet still harness all the power and gains that CDN’s offer.
He’s also handily put together a whitepaper weighing up the pros and cons of the various approaches – http://blog.boro2g.co.uk/personalization-at-scale-whitepaper/
Get in touch if you want to find out more on +44 (0)117 932 7700 or email@example.com
We love hiring graduates!
We hire a lot and we’re getting pretty good at training them…
Over 50% of our company joined us straight out of Uni. Last year we have had 7 graduates join us in Development, Test and Project Management. Some of the developers we hired as graduates 10 years ago are still with us , including two of the computer scientists we first met at Bristol University, who are now Sitecore MVPs (an award given to only 0.53% of the Sitecore certified ecosystem).
Our graduate recruitment is under way and we are keen to see applications from budding software developers who would like to work in Bristol.
We’ll be at https://www.siliconmilkroundabout.com/ on the 8th May, come and say hello to me (and some of the team) to find out more.
If you can’t make it, feel free to drop me a line for an initial conversation about the roles on 0117 932 7700 or alternatively send a copy of your CV to: Ed.firstname.lastname@example.org
Feels like the year has just started but we’re over a month in and we’ve already held our first event.
The event was a great success, it was oversubscribed and we had a great list of brands speaking and attending. For those who missed out, or those who asked for the slides you can grab them below:
Econsultancy – The digital retailer, trends, opportunities and challenges
Fenwick – Avoiding creating content for vanity’s sake
Quill – Using e-commerce content to power growth
JLL – Food in fashion, a newsjacking case study
Now to get planning the next one 🙂
We invite you to hear from our panel of digital marketing experts on whether editorial content really is all it’s cracked up to be in driving web traffic and sales. Come and join in the discussion on their experiences across a variety of sectors including retail, fashion, travel, media and leisure.
- 13:00-14:00: Arrivals, lunch and drinks
- 14:00-14:10: Welcome note
- 14:10-14:30: Econsultancy, “The Digital Retailer: Trends, Opportunities and Challenges”
- 14:30-14:50: Fenwick, “Avoiding creating content for vanity’s sake”
- 14:50-15:10: Quill, “Using ecommerce content to power growth”
- 15:10-15:30: JLL, “Food in Fashion” A newsjacking case study
- 15:30-15:50: Panel Q&A, “Where should you be putting your efforts?”
- 16:00-onwards: Networking and drinks
Who should come?
The event is aimed at sharing experiences across sectors from people who are responsible for driving their online sales and strategy. Heads of/Managers of – Digital, E-commerce, IT and Marketing will get the first pick of tickets.
Register now: http://tccommerceandcontent.eventbrite.co.uk
We hope to see you there!