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#CreatingTogether – Collaboration in Times of Digitalisation

Learning from each other has always been rooted in our society. In times of digitalisation, this is more important than ever. Only by doing this, it is possible to stay on top of things and to work sustainably. This is also the idea that Janus Boye’s based his business on. The Dane runs a network of digital pioneers, Boye & Company, which invites members to regularly exchange experiences. This ...

Between the Community and the CMS: The Happenings at Codegarden 2018

When in spring of each year hundreds of Umbracians travel to Denmark, it can only mean one thing: It’s Codegarden time! One of these travellers was – just like in the many years prior – the team of byte5. What experiences did the team make? Find out in our recap! Last week, for the fourteenth time, the biggest Umbraco conference worldwide took place: Codegarden. Of course, for the team of byte5 at ...

Happy Birthday, Umbraco!

Today Umbraco turns thirteen. Here at byte5, we celebrate this special occasion accordingly. But with Umbraco, how best to celebrate such a special day? With a unicorn cake and a game of h5yr bingo of course! A Successful Journey Today Umbraco becomes a teenager. It has been thirteen years to the day since its first open source version was made available for download on 16 February 2005. In these ...

Content Commerce: A Successful Concept for Companies

The new year’s only a few days old – the perfect time to have a good look at the latest buzz that is content commerce. A topic which will certainly be one of the trending topics of 2018. Just a short while back, content marketing was the epitome of modern marketing. Nowadays, there are several new ways to gain customers and keep them. One of them is the alliance of two existing forms: content comm ...

People at byte5... Sören Deger

Sören started his career working for the German Army. Today, he is responsible for both team and project management at byte5. In our questionnaire, he talks about his first steps as a developer, the discovery of his passion for Umbraco and about why he ended up at byte5. About you: Sören Deger, born in 1981 Your position at byte5: team manager, project manager and senior developer Your projects at ...