Sitecore Symposium 2019 - Diverse perspectives on attending Symposium: Hot session picks from Nish Tech attendees
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Get ready Orlando, here we come. A cross section of the Nish Tech population is again attending the Sitecore Symposium. Although sometimes we end up in the same sessions, many times we end up comparing notes from a mixed list of attended sessions that drew each of us in individually based on our roles and interests.
Privacy Concerns with Face Recognition Technologies
Recently I had the honor to speak at the SUGCON Europe 2019. My presentation, entitled "Face Recognition and Personalization: Data-driven Marketing in a Brick and Click Store", had an amazingly engaged audience, presenting several questions during the Q&A.
The most recurring questions are about privacy concerns in the light of GDPR and other similar regulations, so I decided to write this blog post to consolidate what I've been researching on this subject.
Advanced Tagging with Sitecore Cortex and TextAnalytics
Cortex comes with Sitecore 9.1 as one of the most awaited new features. Bringing to our beloved platform the power of Artificial Intelligence, Cortex can be seen for developers as a set of pre-cooked Sitecore patterns and structures to integrate with external AI services in different scenarios.
A Technology PM guide to navigating the 2018 Sitecore Symposium breakout sessions
As a PMP certified technical project manager working for Nish Tech on Sitecore and commerce-based projects, I’m planning for my second year of attending Symposium. My first experience with the Sitecore Symposium last year made me realize what a powerful conference this is;
Heading to the Sitecore Symposium 2017 in Las Vegas
The clock ticks, time never stops: we are approaching another Sitecore Symposium! It’s time to meet lots of good Sitecore friends and new people from our great community. Learn and discover what’s ne...
Context Marketing and Sitecore Symposium 2017 Marketing Track
Today's websites must engage with customers in the context of their previous interactions with your brand, at scale and in real time. Using the information you have gathered about your c...
A technical PM guide to navigating the Sitecore Symposium 2017 breakout sessions
As a technical project manager for Sitecore and commerce based projects, planning is engrained in my DNA. That said, as I study the lineup for this year’s Sitecore Symposium in less than a month to plan my day, I’m trying to figure out innovative ways that I can be in more than one session at a time. Looks like a great opportunity for our team to split up sessions and share our findings.
Living in a Multi-World - Sites, Queries, Standard Values, and Personalization
As a Sitecore developer, we always want to keep personalization in mind. Which means, we also want to keep the idea of "datasources" in mind.
On a standard website, headers and footers with datasources seem easy enough. Just set the datasources for header and footer on every page's standard values, and call it done. Publish to live. If personalization is needed, we can just go to the standard values again and set the personalization there. It would, of course, carry over to the other pages that the template is based off of.
But, imagine a world were a client wants something more than one website. They want a "multi"-site application.