CQCON is a month away, and I’m excited to be deliv­er­ing a talk there on CQ Maven Meth­ods.

Daunted by the com­plex­ity of start­ing or man­ag­ing a project with Adobe CQ, now part of Adobe Expe­ri­ence Man­ager? Do you ever won­der what to do with the heap of project code you’ve just been given? How do you build it? How do you install it? How do you use it?

One of the biggest chal­lenges in work­ing with any tech­nol­ogy is know­ing where to begin, and hav­ing a good foun­da­tion upon which to build your work. It’s even harder if you’re work­ing in a team, where you need all the devel­op­ers to hit the ground run­ning. You want to min­imise the time spent on setup, ini­tial­i­sa­tion, and on dupli­cat­ing build infra­struc­tures across laptops.

In my talk, I’ll show you how to solve all these chal­lenges. I will be cov­er­ing how to use Apache Maven and Git to struc­ture your projects involv­ing the CQ capa­bil­i­ties of Adobe Expe­ri­ence Man­ager, to ensure you have a repeat­able build that any­one can work with. I’ll show you how Maven can sim­plify deploy­ment of your code, and how you can keep all your work safe using Git – not just for col­lab­o­ra­tive devel­op­ment, but also for man­ag­ing all aspects of your projects.

CQCON is shap­ing up to be the essen­tial event for any­one work­ing with Adobe Expe­ri­ence Man­ager. I look for­ward to see­ing you all there!

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