Dan Klco, Adobe Experience Cloud Expert | Perficient Digital
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Adobe Digital Marketing Technical Director

Dan is a certified Adobe Digital Marketing Technologist, Architect, and Advisor, having led multiple successful digital marketing programs on the Adobe Experience Cloud. He's passionate about solving complex problems and building innovative digital marketing solutions. Dan is a PMC Member of the Apache Sling project, frequent Adobe Beta participant and committer to ACS AEM Commons, allowing a unique insight into the cutting edge of the Adobe Experience Cloud platform.

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5 New Features in AEM 6.5

  Now that AEM 6.5 has finally been released at Adobe Summit 2019, we can talk about some of the new features and functions available in the product. Here are 5 new features I’ve already seen in exploring AEM 6.5.   Feature 1: Edit Folder Metadata   I am so excited to see this as a […]

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Welcome to Adobe Summit!

The Perficient Digital team has descended on Las Vegas for Adobe Summit. Today, we’re attending Partner Day to hear about Adobe’s coming plans for 2019 / 2020. Everyone at Perficient Digital is excited to talk about Perficient Digital’s expertise in the Adobe and Digital Experience, including Summit Bot!     We hope you join us […]

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What’s in a Certification?

  Jörg Hoh recently wrote a post about the value of a good business consultant, which sparked a few of my own thoughts. In the post, Jörg argues that the role of a business consultant is in many ways more vital to the success of a project than having technical expertise. This is because a good business […]

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New Release: AEM DataLayer 0.3.0

I’m proud to announce the release of AEM DataLayer version 0.3.0, my award winning library for programmatically generating digital marketing DataLayers in Adobe Experience Manager. This version includes: Support for AEM 6.4 and 6.5 (beta) Improved (and less verbose) logging Changing from Gson to Johnzon for JSON Serialization For more details on using the AEM […]

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Managing Multiple Projects with Repo

In my previous post Creating a Scalable Application Ecosystem, I described how to create an ecosystem of applications, libraries, and services rather than isolated applications. With this paradigm, you should end up with smaller, more manageable projects, but how do you manage all of these separate codebases? The Android project has this same problem in the […]

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Mastering AEM Dispatcher Part 7: Securing the Dispatcher

We’re locking down the AEM Dispatcher as we continue in the series, Mastering the AEM Dispatcher. In this post, we’ll discuss gotchas with Sling Servlets and the AEM Dispatcher and a tool to scan your Dispatcher for common security issues. The AEM Dispatcher is not just a caching engine and load balancer is the first […]

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Adobe Solution Overview: Marketing Website

  The cornerstone of your brand’s digital presence is its website. Successfully building a website to market your brand requires coordination with multiple teams and different solutions to deliver a cohesive experience. In this video, we discuss strategies for building a world-class marketing website using the Adobe Experience Cloud platform.     Dan KlcoDan is […]

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Building a Zero Cost Website with Apache Sling CMS

  For some time now I’ve been using an intuitive, full-featured Content Management System for managing my blog posts and other content on danklco.com. This system supports rich text editing, using a component-driven page builder, all of the content management bells & whistles, a full java app server stack for developing integrations and is 100% free […]

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Creating a Scalable Application Ecosystem

The Model View Controller (MVC) pattern is a programming paradigm for creating organized, scalable applications. The MVC pattern cleanly separates applications concerns and shows developers to create complex applications without creating a tangled mess. This pattern separates the three common application concerns. Models hold and convey data. Views render the data to application viewers. And […]

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Beware the Neglect Trap

The dark corners of the internet and many an extranet are filled with enterprise applications collecting dust. These applications were once viewed as a potential solution to all of the businesses problems, but they have withered on the vine and are now an impediment to doing business every day. We’ve all seen these applications, unresponsive, […]

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