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Peek inside Umbraco V8+ NuCache files with the NuCache Explorer tool

Hello again! Let’s jump straight into the guts of this post and talk about NuCache and Umbraco V8+ What is NuCache Well that is a harder topic for me to explain and is probably best explained by the creator himself, Stephan. Fast forward to 22m:47s to learn all about NuCache What is NuCache Explorer? It’s […]

IIS Express for VS Code

So time for another blog post, this time for something new (well kinda, it’s been out a little while) Today I am releasing version 1.0.0 of IIS Express for Visual Studio Code editor, after having smaller releases over the last year or so. It’s time to give it a bit more polish & love and […]

Why did the Umbraco pet project uHangout die?

Hello I am back! It’s been a while since I wrote something & I think blogging in general is slowly dying out, so I am gonna try & make a more conscious effort to blog quick snippets or things I learn as I enjoyed doing this in the past, so hopefully you can see more […]

Time to say goodbye…for now

Hello all
I have not written a blog post for a little while but I thought I’ll cobble this together on the commute into London.

It’s time to say goodbye to uHangout for this year, but don’t worry it’s not going away permanently it’s that uHangout & me will be taking a little well deserved break.

How to use Visual Studio Android Emulator on VMWare Fusion

Hello I thought I would share a quick blog post for others who may have recently downloaded Visual Studio 2015 this week who use a Mac as their main machine & VMWare Fusion to run a copy of Windows on it. So after downloading the new Visual Studio 2015 release, I am quite keen to […]


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About Me

Hi, I’m Warren Buckley and I am an Umbraco specialist web developer, who has been building Umbraco websites since the end of 2006 and thoroughly enjoy writing sites on the platform.

I have seen the platform grow and mature from the days of custom templating engine with it’s own tags, to ASP.NET WebForm Masterpages and now to it’s latest addition MVC Views and slightly happy to have found Umbraco all those years ago and joined in the fun with the few developers using it in it’s early day with the Yahoo Mailing Group, when you would get replies from the chief unicorn himself Mr Niels Hartvig.

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