March 2012 Webinar

Details

Date Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Time 20:00 hrs CET / 3 PM EST / 12 PM PST (Daylight savings adjusted for US hours)
View Recording via SDL
Slide Downloads Taxonomy driven websites at Yale School of Medicine“The” Navigation Debate
Webinar Notes Stack Overflow
Commitment needed: http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/38335/tridion
Tridion Questions: http://stackoverflow.com/search?tab=newest&q=tridionToronto User Group
http://web.me.com/amurrell/Toronto_Tridion/Toronto_Tridion_User_Group.html
Indian User Group
http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=4074928&trk=anet_ug_hm&goback=.gdr_1331710660482_2

Presentations

Taxonomy driven websites at Yale School of Medicine
Yale School of Medicine has used SDL Tridion 2011 to build a taxonomy driven website for publishing online versions of its quarterly magazines. The site uses a dynamic page assembly approach based on ASP.NET, which enables editors to release magazine content by simply creating and tagging content with minimal CMS training.

Presenter: Chris Summers (UrbanCherry)

Chris has spent his career creating and developing technology for website operation and management. With a background in engineering and design, for the past 10 years, Chris has focused on implementing SDL Tridion products, working with companies and their technical staff to ensure an in-depth understanding of the software and complete successful, on-going implementations. Chris has worked with more than 60 of the largest and most expansive SDL Tridion implementations in the world, from launching custom integrations, offering technical training and mentoring consultants through to certification.

“The” Navigation Debate
Navigation – A discussion of experiences. How can we generate and manage site navigation in SDLTridion. What does the choice mean to the stakeholders and how does the BluePrint factor in this.

Presenter: Mark Saunders (Content Bloom)

Working with Tridion since 5.2 in various implementations from an implementation/architecture design and development angle.

 

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