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In the first part of this series, you learned the step by step process for installing Sitecore on your personal system. I hope you were able to successfully install it on your first attempt. However, in real life, there is always a high probability of running into an error when trying to install an enormous and complex application like Sitecore. It happened to me and trust me it’s really frustrating and
Over the last few weeks, I have been working on Sitecore, which is one of the top web content management systems currently available on the market. While the application is very powerful and intuitive to use, its installation is definitely not an easy task, at least for someone like me who was doing it for the first time. This is primarily because Sitecore’s main application is dependent on multiple subcomponents and there can be hundreds of reasons why they might not integrate properly and throw you an error. Moreover, it was also very hard to find a proper document that covers the various issues that come up during the installation. That’s why when I finally got it successfully installed, it literally felt like I won a million dollar lottery!
Sitecore is currently one of the leading content management systems in the world. It contains powerful features which allow web content editors and marketers to have full control over various aspects of their website from social media integration and blog posts to advanced features such as personalization, e-commerce and many more. As Sitecore is becoming more popular with companies, the demand for experienced developers is also on the rise. In this blog post, I am going to share the best way for you to get started with Sitecore and develop the right skills that you need for your current or upcoming projects.
Before we dive into the importance of an onboarding process, let’s try to understand the process itself. Onboarding is a process of integrating new employees into the organization and preparing them for success in their position. The goal of this process is to help new hires get acquainted with their new environment and get started on the right foot. Most people often think orientation is the onboarding process, but this is not the case. It’s important to understand the difference between them. While Orientation is a specific event, typically lasting a day, onboarding is a process which starts from the day the new hire accepted the offer and continues for weeks or even months after the first day at the office.Continue reading
“How do you do send out an NDA to a partner prospect?”, “Where is the project charter for xyz client?” or “What do I need to do if I want to expense something for my team?”.
How many times have you heard questions like these at your office? These questions tend to be posed by new employees, but more often than not, even people who have been around for a while can end up having these questions.Continue reading