Thanks for checking out my Sitecore blog! I've been working with Sitecore since version 6.4, and it's come a long way since then. While there's still a lot that's applicable today, it's been fun watching the new features get added to the platform as it evolved from a CMS, to a CMS with marketing features, to the full fledged platform it is today.
I've been lucky to work with Sitecore these past few years, and even more fortunate to work with it from a few different perspectives. I started with the product as head of a development team who chose to implement Sitecore, which started my exposure to the platform. From there, I went on to run the development team at a parner for a few years, and had the pleasure of working on, selling, and training the team up on Sitecore. As of right now, I'm working at Sitecore, along side some of our larger customers and partners in assisting with architecture, cloud migrations, and tricky implementations. It's fantastic, and I feel fortunate to have worked with so many different sides of Sitecore at this point.
I'm grateful to be a part of the giving and collaborative Sitecore community -- honestly one of the most gregarious technology groups I've encountered. Much of what I've learned these past few years was either a direct result of, or sparked by, the community. I hope to give a little back with some of my posts here.
Please note that the content on this site does not represent my employer, and should not be taken as such.
Outside of work, I enjoy brewing and drinking beer, watching the local sports teams, and most things technology.
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