Introduction to SXA with Habitat Home Demo & What's New in SXA 1.8

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Microsoft Corporation

7595 Technology Way #400 · Denver, CO

How to find us

More to come on the room, but just know there should be a Microsoft employee there when you arrive, and you can just ask which room the Denver Sitecore User Group will be in and come on in!

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This will be a double header with MVP's Sebastian Winter & Justin Laster

You will NOT want to miss this meeting in Denver if you work in any capacity with Sitecore as your chosen CMS OR if you have an interest in SXA with SItecore. Any and all are welcome as we will be informing the community on SXA basics, best practices, pitfalls, and recommendations.

During this time we will demo out the latest from the SXA Habitat Demo site on Sitecore 9.1, which can be picked up here:

If you want to install yourself, there is a great tutorial here by fellow MVP Viet Hoang:


Sebastian Winter is a Sitecore MVP and Solutions Architect at METRONOM Germany with a 17 year experience in IT. He joined the Sitecore Community in 2014 and was blown away by the fact how much everyone helps each other, that as soon as Sebastian was able to, he started on Blogs and also having presentation on community Meetings and Symposium to give back and contribute to what helped him so much on getting started. As Sebastian is involved with implementing a larger scale Sitecore installation now being reimplemented using SXA these are the main areas where you can find him. If he’s not doing Sitecore, he’s spending time with his family, organizing a music festival and or touring with his punk rock band.


Justin Laster is a Solutions Architect at Perficient. Coming from a background of embedded development involving real time video analysis, computer vision, and AI he dove into the Sitecore world in 2014; building some of the biggest Sitecore implementations on the web such as ATP. Always on the forefront of what “ought to be” in the development world, Justin is continually investing his time into understanding and adopting new paradigms and technology stacks – including implementing one of the first public SXA sites. Outside of programming Justin is an avid competitive gamer, spending unhealthy amounts of time in Overwatch and Apex Legends, and is a Certified Professional Craft Beer Enthusiast.