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  • This time it's personal

    Wednesday, September 7, 2016
    This time its personal

    Over the past year you may have noticed how the marketing world has been bombarded by an avalanche of information about the merits of contextual marketing and personalisation.No-one is doubting that to be successful in today's market, your online experience has to mimic a traditional physical experience. But experience is deeply subjective and unique to each individual, so it is very difficult to define precisely.One thing is clear though. A mass approach ...

  • PROFESSIONAL SITECORE COMMERCE DEVELOPERS

    Thursday, June 23, 2016
    Sitecore Commerce

    We’re proud to announce that 3chillies developer, Andrew Ward has attained the Sitecore Commerce Professional Developer Certification.The 4 day programme, named “Sitecore Commerce powered by Commerce Server” is a new ...

  • SITECORE VS UMBRACO CMS

    Monday, April 4, 2016
    Sitecore v Umbraco

    A host of different Content Management Systems use the .NET framework, and each of them have different advantages depending on your business requirements. If, like most, you've boiled your choices down to either ...

  • RESULT ITEMS FOR SITECORE CONTENT SEARCH

    Wednesday, March 23, 2016
    Code 360 x 360

    The base result item for the Sitecore content search is called SearchResultItem and is located with the Sitecore.ContentSearch.SearchTypes namespace, this by default has quite a fair few useful properties attached to ...

  • SITECORE BEACONS

    Tuesday, March 15, 2016
    beacon

    On 30th Jan, a few of our code-junkies locked themselves in a meeting room and set up their battle stations ready to take part in a 24-hour Sitecore hackathon!For those unfamiliar with the term, a Hackathon (also ...

  • CODE IMPLEMENTING CACHES IN SITECORE

    Thursday, February 25, 2016
    Code 360 x 360

    Recently I've been looking at implementing caches in Sitecore, and in my current project I've had to do this a few times; let's have a look at my general pattern. I've just been caching strings; although other objects ...

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