C2 Senior Advanced Developer Brian Oliver hit a wall while implementing Episerver search. Then, he powered through it.
I attended GR DevDay on March 12. One of the things on my to-do list lately has been to learn TypeScript, and there just happened to be a session on TypeScript. As part of my learning process, I decided to post my notes from the session.
Episerver released its new Forms add-on, which was released earlier this month and looks super cool. One thing that looks especially intriguing is this thing called webhooks, which can alter the behavior of a web page or web application with custom callbacks.
I’m a certified EPiServer CMS developer.
I’ve been an Ektron developer since 2007, and with the recent Ektron-EPiServer merger, I was looking for a way to prove my skill on a new platform.
Enter the EPiServer Developer Certification Program. Take a test, and then if I pass, I receive a piece of paper stating I am a certified EPiServer CMS developer. That’s certified – not certifiable. Seriously, though. What does a piece of paper give me that I didn’t have before?