Since their are a few hundred Sitecore enthusiasts coming to Amsterdam we thought I would come in handy to share a few links. If you are coming by plane and you need to travel by public transport, you can plan your journey at this site: http://9292.nl/en. It will plan your route using all public transportation possibilities available. If you only need to have information about the train then you can visit the site of the Dutch railway…

In Sitecore we know wildcards, which will give you the possibility to create dynamic urls. Basically we can use wildcards to pass variables by using the URL instead of querystring parameters. If you would like to know more on how wildcards work and what they can do for you I recommend this blogpost from Alistair Deneys. So let’s assume we have the following case. We have a multilingual website with the Dutch and English language. On…

This week I got a question from one of our partners about a publishing server. They have an environment in which the authors edit the content on several content authoring servers and publish it to the content delivery servers. In my example underneath we have an environment with multiple content management servers (CM) and multiple content delivery (CD) servers. Whenever a content editor publishes one or more items from the CM to the CD servers…

EviBlog 2.0 update A lot has happened since I released the EviBlog module in november 2009. What started as a small eductional project quickly became one of the largest modules in the Shared Source repository. It became so large that I just didn’t have enough time to build a newer version on my own. So I am please to announce that I’m going to team up with Alistair Deneys (also an Sitecore MVP) and Nick…