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Although my website is not fully completed yet, I have just finished a four part blog series that details the process that I followed to get Umbraco 7 installed using visual studio 2013. Hopefully it can be used to provide beginners with useful information that will assist them to get up and running.
Since being introduced to umbraco i have so much help off the community so i would like to try and give something back
The blog posts i have wrote can be viewed here:
Polite Notice: With regards to working with Umbraco, I am still very much learning the ropes myself, but I continue to research and ask questions to help enhance my existing knowledge so that I can keep applying what I believe are the best practices.
With this in mind, the information that I have made available is purely based on my experiences. Therefore, if you are reading my posts and there happens to be a better way to complete a certain process, or you feel that I have explained something wrong, please get in touch with me so that I can make the necessary updates to provide more accurate information to help others.
The primary aim of producing this series of blog posts and making them available online is to hopefully provide a helping hand to anyone who is just starting out with Umbraco and trying to get up and running quickly. Using my experiences, I know that I would have benefited from something similar when I first started out, so hopefully my posts will help someone.
Hope it helps – Any questions/issues regarding the posts please give me a shout.
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