March Blog Roundup

April 1, 2017

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GeekHive's March Blog Roundup

We got zen, held a meetup, talked support and made some major technical strides in March. Read on to find out what you missed.

March 1st: GeekHive’s February Blog Roundup

If you missed any of our posts in February, including the release of a Sitecore Coast Version 3.0, fear not! You can find them all here, with short descriptions, so you can narrow down your interests quickly.

March 2nd: 10 Benefits of Practicing Yoga at Work

We see the value of keeping our employees healthy and happy and recently offered a yoga class for employees. Turns out they loved it and it’s going to be a regular thing. In this post, you’ll learn 10 benefits of practicing yoga at work plus 3 simple poses you can try at your desk right now.

March 8th: How to Create a Template without using Standard Fields in Sitecore CMS

In our 35th how-to post by Developer Tim Leverett, you’ll learn how to create a template without extending the standard template and thereby inheriting the standard fields in Sitecore CMS.

March 15th: Extending Presentation Details Dialogue in Content Editor

Developer John Rappel will show you how to extend presentation details dialogue in the Content Editor so you can quickly perform content entry tasks on even the most modularized Sitecore site in this post.

March 17th: First Sitecore User Group for Green Bay – March 29th, 2017

We were proud to announce our first Sitecore user group in the Green Bay area in this post. In it, we set the expectations of what the group would cover (Personalization a very hot topic right now), set the agenda, laid out the meetup structure and introduced our LinkedIn group for details.

March 22nd: In need of website support? Here’s what you need to know…

Through our own successful support projects we’ve realized that it’s not just tech that’s important to successfully provide beneficial support work, but understanding who your clients are, what they need, and the type of experience and interactions they want to have with you and with the people that interact with their digital assets. Check out what we’ve discovered in this post.

March 28th: Artifact Promotion Deployments: Sitecore Built in the Cloud

Build your site in the cloud using Visual Studio Online (VSTS) and Azure. Never have to touch NAnt or CruiseControl configs again! Developer Steve VandenBush takes application lifecycle to a whole new level with this one.

Shannon Brennan-Cressey

Director of Digital Marketing
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