September 8 - 9, 2012
Santa Monica, CA. USA
Location: Budapest (Hungary)
As the last among his classmates, Zoltán got his first computer, a blazing fast PIII at the age 13. Soon he learned what this Internet thing was and created his first, still existing website about pyrotechnics. After almost 8 years of autodidact PHP web development he switched over to ASP.NET where the plausible framework of choice - given his interest in C# and knowledge of MVC - was Orchard. He is author of many Orchard modules and co-founder of the Hungarian Orchard community. Zoltán is now a computer science and engineering student at Óbuda University, John von Neumann Faculty of Informatics in Budapest, Hungary. When he's not coding he likes to play games of the Command & Conquer, Half Life and Portal series. If not at the computer by chance, he digs into the history of the Austro-Hungarian war fleet or does some some sports like biking or sailing.
Search Engine Optimization is seen by many as a dark art, that countless "experts" promiss to use on your site to propel them to Google nirvana. In reality, a surprisingly small number of best practices can both unlock better search results, and improve your user's experience. Orchard, by giving you full control over the markup, and with the help of its extraordinary extensible framework, enable those simple techniques that we'll show you during this session.