Starting Sitecore CMS development can be a very daunting task. If you want to learn Sitecore, or, you work for a company that is interested in Sitecore and you don’t really understand what it is and why you should use it, then this page will hopefully get you on the first rung of the ladder. You are never too old or too young to learn a new CMS. Learning Sitecore isn’t as hard as you think.
This guide was written as a gentle introduction to Sitecore. Everything in here is light reading and you should be able to get through it all in less than an hour. This guide doesn’t cover any hardcore code samples (that will come later) but simply aims to help yo understand how Sitecore can benefit your business and how to install it.
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