This technical article was first published over 2 years ago and may discuss features and approaches that are no longer relevant for the current version of the platform.

As Episerver has grown, so has the developer community. It now stands at just over 40,000 members.

A community this big creates a lot of good content, which alongside the more frequent news from Episerver (releases updates, articles and documentation) means it’s becoming easy to miss useful stuff on Episerver World that may help you or your clients.

At the London Meetup last week I announced my attempt to help out and highlight the best and most interesting content from Episerver World, Asp.Net and Web development.

What’s going on in the World?

Regular curated Episerver news direct to you inbox. My take on whats interesting, valuable, and worth your time to read a little further. I hope you’ll sign up and find it useful.

##Interested? Then sign up…

* Go on. Do it now, otherwise you know you’ll forget. It’ll only take a few minutes……