After I blogged about the must-watch sessions on Day 1 of Sitecore Symposium 2020, I wanted to share some of the sessions that I think you should 100% watch on Day 2 in terms of a Developer perspective.

I must say that day 2 is pretty mwwwaaaahhhh in terms of the number of Developer sessions, but here they are:

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Wednesday October 28th, 2020

How to develop with the new ASP.NET Core rendering SDK – Nick Wesselman (PM, Developer Experience, Sitecore) & Oleg Jytnik (Technical Lead, Sitecore)

One of the best new Developer Experience features in Sitecore 10 is the new ASP.NET Rendering SDK for netcore. This SDK enables the creation of independently running ASP.NET Core applications, which use the Layout Service to consume content headlessly from your Sitecore instance. This session will show you how to get started with this new SDK and dive into its features, which include routing, field rendering, placeholder rendering, localization, Experience Editor support, and Tracking support.

I’ve made a couple of video’s on the above topics as well, check them out:

Choosing the right option for building your Helix solutions – Shelley Benhoff (Lead Developer and Author, The Berndt Group)

This session will include a discussion comparing and contrasting methods you can use to create Sitecore Helix Visual Studio projects. Shelley is the author of the following highly recommended and watched Pluralsight courses:

Content Orchestration: A symphony between Content HUB and Sitecore XP using Content Hub Connector – Akshay Sura (Lead Platform Architect, Konabos Consulting) & Sumith Damodaran (Sr. Product Manager, Sitecore)

In this session, we will talk about the future of Content Hub Connector and explore its features. Follow a customer journey, where you can manage the content flow from our Content Hub product suite and publish it to any channel. We will use Content Hub to create our content, define our audiences and deliver on the web channel using the Sitecore Habitat Home site.

And that’s it for Day 2.

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Happy Sitecore-ing…

–Robbert