“The participants are the real bosses, I’m just there for them.”
As my title says, I’m a technical trainer, mostly with the Commerce part of training, but I have begun holding the CMS developer courses as well. I also work with developer certification for Commerce – anything to do with Commerce development, that’s my area.
It’s everything from newbies at e-commerce to advanced developers and architects, I’ve met them all. E-commerce is something even skilled developers need to learn about, it’s more challenging than CMS.
With e-commerce you can do the same things in several different ways, so you need to make a lot of decisions. With our courses we try to narrow down the process, so people can find a clear direction from the very beginning.
Training will give you a jump-start in your project, so you can code and build your e-commerce site faster. Also, conceptually, if you are new to e-commerce, you need someone to explain the field for you, otherwise there is a rather steep learning curve.
The best resource is Episerver World, as well as the official documentation. There are also some unofficial sites and blogs that we recommend in our courses.
I enjoy the interaction with people and the many discussions with partners and customers during the course. It’s not just me standing there like a preacher and saying how things should be done. I try to encourage discussions and sharing knowledge in my courses. The participants are the real bosses, I’m just there for them.
Right now as a hobby I play guitar – I haven’t done that for a few decades, but picked it up again a few years ago. I like downhill skilling, and I’m also doing some construction on our house, adding a second floor.
Technical Trainer, Education Services