For one thing, I plan to start blogging about my own findings as I continue to work with the EPiServer product and find out more about the pitfalls, errors, and hopefully, victories 🙂
I have been working at EPiServer since 2012, following the acquisition of Mediachase. I started in the product team, mainly working on the Commerce product as I worked with the Commerce team to fix LOTS of bugs and add features to the then newly-acquired commerce piece of the EPiServer platform. Then from October of 2014, I started in a new role in EPiServer’s Expert Services team (that is, the consulting team).
This means that I am quite comfortable with the Commerce product, APIs, etc., while I am still very much finding my feet with the CMS product. From the outside, that’s quite ironic since EPiServer made its name with CMS, but that’s my background and current status as an EPiServer developer in a nutshell.
One use of this blog will be to document my own journey as an EPiServer developer in the hopes that I can help people out there who find themselves in the same pitfalls, roadblocks, etc., that I found myself in. And of course, what better way to learn my lessons than to teach it to others?
Feel free to leave comments for questions, suggestions, all that good stuff. See you soon!