Peter Kjaer (SDL)

October 13, 2011

Identifying a Contact

Filed under: Audience Manager — Tags: , , , , , , — Peter Kjaer @ 9:14 AM

People are doing more and more with Audience Manager.

It’s exciting to see your product used in ways that you hadn’t anticipated – even if it does lead to questions that are hard to answer ūüôā



October 10, 2011

Nostra culpa

Filed under: Audience Manager, Outbound E-mail — Tags: , , , , , , , — Peter Kjaer @ 11:20 PM

As software developers, we occasionally create defects. We know this, our testers know it, and our customers know it.
We constantly aim to improve the software that we write, to lower the number of bugs we produce. But we will produce them.

With that in mind, I want to talk about a particular issue in Audience Manager 2011 which has caused some confusion.

Read on for some insight into the background of the problem – or skip to the end for the solution.


SDL Tridion MvP retreat

Filed under: MvP — Tags: , , , — Peter Kjaer @ 7:45 PM

In the early days of October, the SDL Tridion MvPs and Community Builders were given a free trip with all expenses paid by SDL WCMS. To reward and encourage their participation in the Tridion community and with the idea that if you put smart people together in a room and give them a mission, something is bound to come of it. It worked beautifully.

When my family asked how the trip to Portugal went, I talked excitedly for half an hour. I will try to be brief in this post.

I thoroughly enjoyed myself in the 4 days that we spent on the coast near Lisbon. The weather was hot and sunny (but we had good air-conditioning), the beach was awesome, the food and drinks were¬†exquisite, and I couldn’t have asked for better company. It was a joy to work and party with you guys!

One thing is certain: we were¬†treated ¬†like MvPs ūüôā

I left Lisbon feeling a bit ¬†like I didn’t deserve it and promised myself that I would really earn it next year. Since I haven’t been good at sharing information outside¬†of SDL and our forums, I am now focusing on that. And so this blog was born.

I might even *gasp* give Twitter a try (no promises!)

Edit: Check out the open source PowerTools project that we worked on during the retreat. We welcome volunteers!

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