SS4T 2.0

I pleased to announce the release of SS4T 2.0

What’s New:

  • Support for Web 8
  • Support for Solr version – 6.3.0
  • Optimization related to code
  • Enhanced caching
  • Bug fixes

Below are the resources which can be referred SS4T 2.0:

  • Deployment Package:

https://github.com/pankaj-gaur/SS4T/tree/master/Deploy

  • Code Base

https://github.com/pankaj-gaur/SS4T

  • Document

https://github.com/pankaj-gaur/SS4T/tree/master/Documents

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Director at Content Bloom India having 12+ years of experience in Software Development Life Cycle using AGILE, Iterative and RUP approaches. Experience in following: - CMS packages: SDL Tridion, Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), Sitecore, Umbraco, Kentico, and Alfresco - Search Engines: SOLR, AWS Cloud Search, Elastic Search - .NET Technologies: .NET & .NET CE Framework, ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, WCF, WinForms - Mobile Development: Android Native App, Windows Mobile App - Database: MS-SQL Server, MySQL - Program Management: JIRA, MS-Project, Trello - Design Tools: MS-Visio, StarUML - Infrastructure: Linux, Windows Server, AWS Have decent knowledge about Core Java, Spring MVC Instrumental in Application Architecture, Designing (HLD & LLD), Coding and deployment .NET applications (Web, Desktop, Mobile). Experience in following domain: - Digital Media & eCommerce - Travel & Hospitality - Aviation Industry - Education - Insurance - Automation - Automobile - Railways Education: Bachelor Degree in Computer Engineering and Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration with specialization in Marketing

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