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Telerik's Sitefinity CMS 4.0 - Content Management revisited

The lecture discusses the new 4.0 version of Telerik's Sitefinity CMS scheduled for release in early autumn 2010 (at preset available for download as a public CTP) - its capabilities and advantages over existing CMS tools. Telerik Sitefinity is an ASP.NET 3.5-based Content Management System (CMS) that enables the construction of dynamic, fully editable Web sites. Sitefinity provides the tools for quick and easy construction of a wide variety of attractive and functional Web sites. Such tools are the predefined templates, the award-winning Telerik RadControls for ASP.NET suite , and a set of pre-built pluggable modules offering common functionality (such as FAQs or news). For the everyday user, Sitefinity combines a What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editing environment with an easily managed workflow process that tracks pages through the entire process from authoring, reviewing, and approving to publishing. Though many sites can be constructed entirely in the Sitefinity user interface, Sitefinity also includes an open, modular architecture that provides a fully exposed set of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)

Tervel Peykov

Tervel joined Telerik in the company early days in 2002. He was responsible for the development of several products in Telerik's popular RadControls for ASP.NET suite, and headed one of the ASP.NET development teams. Tervel left Telerik in early 2010 and is currently devoting his time to side non-IT projects - such as trying to build a house covering the "passivhaus" standard, as well as writing (a comic, based on his book can be found at www.velzevul.com). In addition to answering any Telerik-related questions, will enjoy chatting on environmental issues and low-resource consumption buildings, as well as Laibach.