It’s crazy how quickly a year goes by. What’s even more outrageous is how much can change in those 12 short months. Looking back, Content Bloom has made some major strides. We’ve expanded globally with two brand new offices in our India and Canada headquarters and grown our internal teams. If that’s not enough, we’ve […]
We’re everywhere. We’ve been quite busy attending and speaking at some great conferences lately. From India and Amsterdam, to Philadelphia, Halifax, Orlando, Toronto and more, we’ve been on the move. One of our core values is the idea of constant growth and improvement. We take that very seriously and are encouraged to travel, learn, collaborate, […]
Content management systems can be a great asset to your organization in managing the plethora of content that passes through your business before landing in the hands of your customers, no matter the channel they use. But like anything valuable, these systems require care and attention. They require someone to take ownership and responsibility and […]
As a StFX [St. Francis Xavier University] Co-op student, my job search is fairly standard. It typically consists of looking at the Co-op job board and grabbing any postings that apply to my field of study [Bachelor of Science with an Advanced Major in Computer Science], but I’ve picked up a few hacks along the way. Here is what my experiences have taught me so far.
Content Bloom is proud to sponsor the 2019 Sitecore SUGCON (Sitecore User Group Conference) taking place over two days on the 16th and 17th of May 2019. Content Bloom has been a partner with Sitecore India and a long history of creating marketing drive Sitecore based websites and applications. The event will be taking place […]
Earlier this year SDL announced their annual Most Valuable Professional (MVP) awards for their Tridion Sites, Web Content Management System and we’re incredibly proud to announce that four members of our team have won SDL’s MVP award.
Recently, we were approached by a company who ‘inherited’ a SDL Web DXA website. Since the website was rather small, and a solution using the SDL product suite was a bit of overkill, we advised the client to migrate the solution to a different CMS. Since the client was already using Umbraco for some of […]
An oft occurred scenario triggered me to share this snippet of information with the community. So we’re there in a meeting about workflow, we’ve narrowed down the 4,523 suggested requirements to things are achievable and, indeed, desirable – but one of the final 50 requirements that sometimes sneaks in there is “and add translation”. This […]
This past weekend over 50 SDL professionals and users attended the 2nd SDL Web Developer Summit 2016. Hosted by the SDL India Community, in New Delhi, India, the summit was held at The Parks Hotel on February 5th and 6th.