SDL Tridion Community week in review - September 25, 2011

This was a better week, but still rather weak.

Wednesday September 21

Ryan Durkin from Building Blocks decided he should simplify one of our SDLTridionWorld tutorials and shorten it to a version that consultants might prefer to use: Installing and Configuring the SDL Tridon 2011 Content Delivery Service in a Microsoft Setup

Pretty good job at it too.

Friday September 23

I "ate my own dog food" and put something out there, hoping that others would also share some content to the community: Recursing through Group Members with the Tridion Core Service

I decided to close off this week with a call to increased knowledge sharing. As some of you may know, next week marks the 2nd time we're organizing an off-site meeting with all the MVPs and Community Builders, which I hope will be accompanied by a flurry of public internet activity from the MVPs - mostly boasting about the fact that they get to travel to a great location with all expenses paid, but also to show off why they got the award in the first place.

In other words, the MVP-hunting season starts next week. The rules are somewhat explained on this page and in this internal post. You can always email me if you have any questions related to the MVP program.

And that was pretty much it in terms of Community-drive content creation for this week. As usual, you can check Julian's Gazette for anything else out there.

Stats

According to the Sysomos Heartbeat, there were: 171 (-30) total mentions of Tridion this week


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About the Author
Nuno Linhares
Product Manager

Nuno Linhares was a Principal Consultant within SDL's Web Content Management Solutions Division (based in New York) and has worked with the company's Professional Services organization between March 2005 and September 2012. As from October 2012, Nuno became Product Manager for the SDL Tridion Product line. You can follow him on Twitter and his blog.

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