Per Nergård
Nov 3, 2013
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EPiServer 7 certification

Last week I took the EPiServer certification exam (passed).

Before you start to study for the exam I would recommend reading this excellent blog post about CMS certification. It’s for CMS6 but in general it still applies. Updated links to the knowledge areas and documentation in the end of this post.

Here are some more things to consider before you take the exam.

  • Install a CMS7 demo site and have a good look at the code. If you haven’t done a CMS7 this is a must.
  • Read through the CMS7 blog posts here on world.
  • Be sure you now your way around the new UI and how to use all functions.
  • Don’t forget the system requirements and licensing model.

 

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