To succeed with your projects as an Episerver developer, you should have good knowledge in these areas:
- HTML and CSS
- ASP.NET MVC
- Microsoft Visual Studio
- NuGet software installation
- Microsoft SQL Server
To build the best possible solution to support editors, you should also have a good understanding of how editors work in Episerver, and how to use the Episerver user interface. See Introduction to the Episerver user interface.
If you plan to host your Episerver solution in the cloud, knowledge of Microsoft Azure and its components is valuable to get the most out of your cloud investment. You can also use the Episerver Customer-Centric Digital Experience Platform (DXP) to manage your customer solutions.
- Episerver Education for information on training courses, schedules and certifications.
- Episerver User Guide for administrators and editors.
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Last updated: Feb 23, 2018