Blog entries posted during 2009

Latest buzz from the EMVP board

by: Mats Hellström

During the latest EMVP board meeting we came to the unanimous and easy decision that Frederik Vig should be promoted to EMVP. With a bunch of extremely useful blog posts where his latest one about how to get started with EPiServer development shou... [ Read full article ]

11 December 2009  2 Comments

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There has been an addition to the EMVP family

by: Mats Hellström

I just came out from the latest meeting in the EMVP board and this time the choice was very easy. We have unanimously selected Joel Abrahamsson from Nansen to be the next EMVP. Joel has put a lot of effort in to his contributions to the EPiServer... [ Read full article ]

26 June 2009  3 Comments

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Aggregating Feeds

by: Mats Hellström

I played around with the SyndicationFeed the other day and found that it was really useful in combination with the link collection property in EPiServer CMS. By using the trusty old friend LINQ you can aggregate the feeds, sort them and databind t... [ Read full article ]

12 June 2009  0 Comments


The Web just got a little bit more Semantic

by: Mats Hellström

I got invited by the IKS-project in Salzburg to participate in their Requirements Workshop. So I went there last week with my friend and colleague Jacob Khan for two days packed with information. There were more than 50 other CMS systems present a... [ Read full article ]

02 June 2009  0 Comments


Two EMVPs forward and one EMVP back

by: Mats Hellström

After the latest EMVP board meeting we came to the conclusion that Dan Matthews is now representing EPiServer in South Africa and according to the Rules of EMVP that is not possible, but hey what do you say? "The EMVP is dead long live EPiDan " To... [ Read full article ]

24 March 2009  4 Comments

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Client-Side Performance: Links and Presentations

by: Mats Hellström

Thank you all for visiting Peter's and my session yesterday about client-side performance. For those of you who attended, we had the surprising result that the more we optimized the higher the response times. If you still trust us that it is good ... [ Read full article ]

12 March 2009  1 Comments

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