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Sitecore roadmap

By on October 20, 2009 in Sitecore, SPN with 1 Comment

Tonight I was catching up with some RSS Feeds and Twitter messages, when I noticed that SPN (Sitecore Partner Network) is renewed. My compliments to the people behind the renewal, it looks so much better and it’s easier to find the information you’re looking for. Next one is SDN perhaps? I know I would appreciate it, and I think there are more people who would like it.

When I was crawling through the content of SPN I saw the roadmap. Curious as I am I opened it to see if it was a different version than the the outdated one at the old SPN. I then saw that I it’s updated and has some real nice improvements.

Here are some

  • Sitecore Client RSS feeds
  • WebDav
  • MS Word Fieldtype
  • Webforms 2.0
  • LINQ data abstraction
  • Re-factored publishing engine
  • Advanced clustering of any number of Production CMS Servers

Take a look at the roadmap, you will find more information there.

About the Author

About the Author: Mark van Aalst is a Solution Architect for Sitecore Netherlands. Prior to working for Sitecore he has worked with the Sitecore CMS for more than 6 years and was a Sitecore MVP. Mark is also the initiator of the populair Sitecore Shared Source WeBlog module which he develops together with Nick Wesselman and Alistair Deneys. You can follow Mark on Twitter @markvanaalst or Google+ .


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  1. Steve Green says:

    SDN update would indeed be lovely, the new search engine has been a big help but I still find myself lost as to which snippit, article or cookbook some critical bit of info is hidden in.

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