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We’d like to welcome you everyone to this brand new Sitefinity blog for developers.

I was going to make the first sentence full of corporate slang niceties, but being a developer as you are, I know that we don’t care all that much about that. So, let’s get to the business.

How do we see this blog?

First of all, we’ll keep it casual :). We’ll try to turn it into a idea generator / repository, with you and us taking different angles on Sitefinity and development related challenges. Hopefully, we’ll find many great solutions along the way that will make us all proud (and make you look good in the eyes of your clients, or bosses for that matter).

As a famous American writer and Nobel prize winner, John Steinback, put it : “Ideas are like rabbits. You get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen.”

What are we going to write about?

We’ve put a lot of effort into making the developers manual and API reference as useful as possible. However, living at the mind-boggling pace of web development environment, often it’ll be faster and simpler to post the ideas, examples, good practice solutions and things like that, here, on this blog.

We are fully aware of the fact that we simply must make mistakes and occasionally be a bit silly. So, whenever you spot ignorance, mistakes or simply feel the urge to show us a better way, please leave a comment. Your feedback is of a crucial importance to us and Sitefinity as a product.

Wrapping it up

Having all that said, I’d like to welcome you once again and invite you to visit us regularly on this blog. We’ll try to keep it regularly updated, as much as our time allows it.


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  1. iosmak Jun 07, 2007


    thanks for the kind words. I’m glad you find it useful.


  2. Kevin P Jun 07, 2007

    Congrats on the new blog. If there was one thing lacking in the past with Sitefinity, it was code sample and resources.

    A welcome addition to an already great product!

  3. Christopher Reid Jul 11, 2007
    Lets wait and see
  4. Kathy Tusinski Aug 27, 2007
    What is the easiest way to transfer / integrate forms from a .net web site to SiteFinity when implementing the CMS?
  5. Daravuth Mar 03, 2008
    I am currently related with sitefinity too. Otherwise just the start of using .net for the first time, it's really difficult!! Hope there are more sample codes and docs released soon..
  6. Albina Apr 24, 2018
    It is a great website.. The Design looks very good.. Keep working like that!.

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