Session 1: Stronger Together: Building effective and fun inter-organizational Sitecore teams:
In this session, I’ll speak about a few key things that project teams that span organizations can do to help their Sitecore projects/programs be more effective and a whole lot more fun to work on. I’ll share lessons I’ve learned over the years and also solicit inputs from attendees.
is a fan of physics and philosophy, an artist, musician, dancer and a basketball weekend warrior with a respectable three-point shot but the passion that pays the bills is software, really good software. “My father, an avid technophile, brought home a RadioShack TRS 80 back in 1977 the moment it came out; it was love at first site for me. I loved to take things apart to figure out how they work and I loved building things as a child, so software development was a perfect fit. It’s magic, we get to create amazing things with the power of our minds!” Over the last four years, he’s channeled that passion for understanding how things work, acquiring new skills, creativity, and teamwork
Session 2: Working with Sitecore requirements, connections to other platforms: specifics, challenges, ways to solve them
- Introduction: a brief outline of a project Dev and BA worked together on
- Specific requirements for Sitecore (editable and non-editable, configurations)
- Proper components and pages breakdown from Dev and BA perspective (Dev & BA communications)
- Best practices of Sitecore project development
- Platform limitations
- Platform precautions
- Platform useful workarounds
- Conclusion and Q&A session
Senior Business Analyst in Toronto at EPAM. Aspiring Sitecore MVP. Experienced in working on E-commerce projects delivery.
Currently works on a Sitecore project, delivering front-end, back-end, and system integration requirements.
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