November 2012 Webinar



Date Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Time 8:00 pm, Europe Summer Time (Amsterdam, GMT+02:00)
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The Tridion Notification Framework


The Tridion Notification Framework

An Introduction to the opensource MVP initiative called ‘Tridion Notification Framework’. A framework build on top of the current SDL Tridion Workflow implementation that let you send notifications of any kind to your users.

Presenter: Albert Romkes, Freelance SDL Tridion Consultant

Albert Romkes is engaged with SDL Tridion since 2006. Dedicated to make your SDL Tridion implementation a success in your organization.


External Content Libraries (ECL) – Making the future more bright

An explanation of the upcoming feature to easily embrace external content libraries in SDL Tridion 2013.

Presenter: Bart Koopman, Community Development Consultant (SDL)

Bart Koopman is a Community Development Consultant with SDL CMT and has worked for the company since 2003. In his current role at the Product Management department, he is the evangelist of all SDL Tridion products.

In the past, Bart worked as a trainer and consultant in the Professional Services department and before that he was a SDL Tridion Technical Support engineer. Currently he is responsible for the SDL Tridion World website and the SDL Tridion community.
You can find some of his contributions to the SDL Tridion community on and on


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One comment on “November 2012 Webinar
  1. Sounds like two really interesting topics again!!!

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  2. […] more information: Bart Koopman has shown a good example of this in a previous Community Webinar¬†and Eric Huiza has written a blog post explaining […]

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