At the adapt­To-con­fer­ence of this year I will do a ses­sion around Sight­ly and Sling mod­els called : The Lazy AEM devel­op­er.

I will give you a brief abstract what I will do in my ses­sion, but I won’t reveal too much here 🙂






In sev­er­al con­fer­ences Sight­ly and Sling mod­els have been pre­sent­ed around what they are and how you can (or might) be using them.

In my ses­sion I want to go to the next phase, and talk about the expe­ri­ences in the field when to real-life projects with those now tech­nolo­gies. And the good thing of real projects is real dead­lines and real pres­sure to make it work.

The com­bi­na­tion of Sight­ly and Sling mod­els is a nice way to sep­a­rate con­cerns between the com­po­nent log­ic and more com­plex log­ic.

All of this com­bined with the “lazy” approach of doing things.

To me it is still too ear­ly to already announce best prac­tices after such a short peri­od, but for sure I will guide you through prac­tices (and this might be good one for you).

My ses­sion is at the sec­ond day, and lat­er that after­noon there is a test/hacking ses­sion where you can play around with the code sam­ples I have pre­sent­ed in my ses­sion. I will also be there to help and/or answer ques­tions you may have.

I am excit­ed to present at adapt­To, and I hope to see you there!