We are delighted to announce the July meetup of the Queen City Sitecore User Group!
Join us for food, excellent company -- not to mention loads of terrible albeit obligatory puns -- and great cheer as we watch presentations on all things Sitecore!
How do I get in?
SilverTech Inc. is located on the 196 Bridge Street, Manchester, NH 03104.
This meetup is being held in the Norton conference room which is accessible via the first door on your right as you walk in the front door on the first floor.
6:00 pm - 6:15 pm Food/networking/introduction
6:15 pm - 7:00 pm A futuristic showcase of the omni-channel capabilities of Sitecore XP by Rob Habraken - CTO & Sitecore MVP at Colours
In this session, we will take personalization and profiling to the next level! Using Sitecore, with its marketing capabilities, we will show developers how Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Face Recognition, Emotion Detection & Speech can be used to leverage the full potential of nowadays web technology and IoT.
7:00 pm - 7:15 pm Break
7:15 pm - 8:00 pm Sitecore and NightwatchJS: Our Experience Creating Integration Tests in Sitecore by Hugo Santos, Coveo For Sitecore Developer @Coveo
It doesn’t matter if you are developing a new website or creating a Sitecore module. We all know how complex Sitecore can be and testing the integration between all the different components of your project can be painful. Especially if you are trying to do this manually. That’s why I decided to take a few minutes to share with you our journey here at Coveo on using NightwatchJS to help us automating those tests.
About our speakers:
Rob is CTO at Colours, one of the leading digital agencies in the Netherlands. He has a passion for creation and technology, loves to learn, share, to challenge and to be challenged. He presented on several user group sessions and events internationally, covering a wide range of topics. For his contributions to the Sitecore community, he has been awarded the Sitecore MVP award three times in a row (2016 - 2018).
With over nine years of experience developing desktop and web applications, I joined Coveo in 2016 to help them evolve even more their products. My first contact with Sitecore was in 2014, back on the days when I was working as a back-end developer at SapientRazorfish. Since then, I’ve been always involved in Sitecore projects building websites for a few big companies and more recently working on the Coveo For Sitecore integration package. You can always find me discussing on the Sitecore Slack #coveo or talking about Sitecore and Coveo working together at https://coveoticore.wordpress.com