SDL Tridion Community week in review - February 5, 2012

Welcome to our Weekly community review for February 5th 2012.

This week was obviously dominated by the Alterian acquisition news, and how the integration of the various businesses and operations will develop in the next few months. But of course it didn't stop there. This week we have again a great selection of high-value content, including samples on using the Razor Mediator, Nuno feeling for editors and automating Tridion tasks.

There was the official communication from SDL's CEO John Hunter and Chairman Mark Lancaster, but much more was put out there including a blog post from Ian Truscott about the three things that excite him regarding the Alterian Acquisition and CMSWire's details on how things will pan out for both organizations.

Monday January 30

Albert helps de-mystifying Tridion Anguilla extensions
Tridion GUI Extensions : How to load a JavaScript without showing a GUI element - Albert Romkes / Weblog

Hendrik tries to remind us all that we do have a place where people can vote for their most-wanted features in our product.
Tridion ideas: to vote or not to vote - Hendrik Beenker / indivirtual.nl

Nuno feels the pain every editor goes through (not only with Tridion) when trying to balance ease-of-use with Content Value
The Content Blues - Nuno Linhares / Weblog

Tuesday January 31

Alex gives us some more info and samples on how to use his amazing Razor Mediator.
Razor Mediator - Alex Klock / Weblog

Wednesday February 1

And Alex continues his great content with a tutorial on how to implement an Event System for Content Organization.
Tridion Event System Tutorial: Automatic Content Organization - Alex Klock / Weblog

Thursday February 2

Alvin resumed his "30 seconds" ?series with an example on how to create a custom page with Tridion
SDL Tridion "Integration" in 30 Seconds - Alvin Reyes / Weblog

Friday February 3

Alvin feels the pain of starting to accumulate Air Miles while working for SDL Tridion
New Blog Page - Alvin Reyes / Weblog

Andrey gives us a powershell script that can be used to automatically create a blueprint hierarchy from the command line
PowerShell script to create blueprint tree - Andrey Marchuk / Weblog

Stats

According to the Sysomos Heartbeat, there were: 213 (+28) 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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