July 2019 Meetup of the Queen City Sitecore User Group

Queen City Sitecore User Group
Queen City Sitecore User Group
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We are wicked jazzed to announce the July 2019 meetup of the Queen City Sitecore User Group!

Join us for food, great company -- plus the horrible puns...yes there will be plenty of those going around -- coupled with lots of cheer as we watch two epic Sitecore presentations!

How do I get in?

SilverTech Inc. is located at 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 of the first floor.


6:00 pm - 6:15 pm Food/networking/introduction

6:15 pm - 7:00 pm Rule Based Contact Profiling: Achieve 100% contact profiling coverage with a single pipeline extension, no content tagging & cloud services by Nick Allen, Technical Architect & Digital Consultant at Think Fresh Studio and Sitecore Technology MVP

Many organisations struggle with the task of associating profile cards with content items and maintaining content tagging across large scale sites. The task becomes even more challenging when you are working with sites that have large product catalogues or make use of “virtual” url techniques such as wildcards or dynamic item resolving. In many cases the profiles we want to associate with our users are based on meta data and taxonomies that already exist in our sites. In this talk you will see how you can extract and enrich existing meta data to automatically profile contacts across the entire website without content authors or marketers having to tag a single content item.

7:00 pm - 7:15 pm Break

7:15 pm - 8:00 pm Fun with Sitecore JSS: Exploring GraphQL by Adam Lamarre, Principal Developer at Velir and Sitecore Technology MVP

An exploration of all things GraphQL. From the history of GraphQL to use cases that you can leverage in your Sitecore JSS based projects. Will cover real time GraphQL subscriptions as well as leveraging mutations to create some unique functionality without writing a single line of backend code.

About our speakers:

Nick Allen

Nick has been delivering Sitecore solutions for eleven years, starting with version 5.2.3 and is a five-time technical MVP. He is a regular speaker at Sitecore conferences and user groups and is currently an independant consultant working with clients to get the most out of the Sitecore Experience Platform at scale.

Adam Lamarre

Adam Lamarre is a Principal Developer at Velir and a 2019 Sitecore Technology MVP. He has led many several successful Sitecore implementations including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Produce Marketing Association. Adam blogs about various Sitecore related topics and has given presentations on Sitecore JSS at Sitecore Symposium 2018 and SUGCON EU 2019.