February Blog Roundup
March 1, 2017
For such a short month, it’s amazing how much we got done in February! Check out what we’ve been up to over the last month on our blog.
February 1st: GeekHive’s January Blog Roundup
If you missed any of our posts in January, including the release of a new Sitecore module, WFFM to Salesforce Connector, fear not! You can find them all here, with short descriptions, so you can narrow down your interests quickly.
February 2nd: A Sit Down with GeekHive’s Co-ops Tori and Nick
At GeekHive we have a tradition of interviewing our Co-ops (cooperative education interns) on their last day with us. Find out all about interning at GeekHive from our latest Co-ops, Nick and Tori, both from RIT. Here’s what they had to say…
February 3rd: Geeky News Episode 8
February 7th: GeekHive’s Co-op Program Presentation for Hudson Valley Tech Meetup
We participated in Hudson Valley Tech Meetup for the first time after asking to present on our co-op program. Many local organizations could benefit from checking out technical Co-op programs within universities. Check out the entire presentation and slideshow here.
February 9th: Exploring Arm Templates
We’ve recently been exploring ARM templates to mitigate the cost of environment setup. In this blog post, by Developer George Jaray we go over everything we’ve discovered and help you understand what ARM templates are, how to configure them, and why they’re useful.
February 15th: How to View Raw Values in Sitecore CMS
This is the 34rd in a series of posts about learning how to use and develop for Sitecore CMS. In this tutorial, developer Tim Leverett explains what raw values are and how you can view them in Sitecore CMS.
February 17th: Geeky News Episode 9
This week’s video had some fun topics like a sneak peek at our new space, gaming news, movie releases, Amazon advancements, and flying taxis – yes, it’s a thing.
February 21st: Introducing Coast for Sitecore Version 3.0
Copy and paste Sitecore items even faster than before, with version 3.0 of Coast for Sitecore. The new release of Coast for Sitecore retains the core ability to move items quickly between databases, server, and versions while reducing install and operating time.
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