Hello all, First off a very happy new year to you all. I hope you had a good time off over the festive period and relaxed. Over this festive period in between our baby girl arriving during late night feeds and insomnia kicking in, I managed to find a little time to polish off my […]
I recently gave a talk at the annual Umbraco Developer Conference CodeGarden, about ‘The Analytics for Umbraco Story’. In this talk I discussed that we are all digital craftsmen.
Hello all, I haven’t blogged for a little while, as I have been busy with my new pet project uHangout. If you haven’t checked it out yet I highly recommend you do, as it s a weekly Google Hangout that I record and publish on YouTube with guests from the Umbraco community demoing implementations, snippets, […]
Well after a short weeks holiday I have come back and released a new must have package for any Umbraco 6.1 site or newer. This handy little package is called Diagnostics and it does exactly what it says on the tin. It shows you diagnostical information about your Umbraco install. Features This package was a […]
Hello all, With the release of Optimus for Umbraco that me & Tim Geyssens have built that allows you to create bundles and write Sass, Less, CoffeeScript & TypeScript files directly inside Umbraco. We wanted a way to highlight any compiling errors with your code that you write, by highlighting the line number in the […]
Transformers, robots in disguise! Was part of the classic 80’s cartoon Transformers theme tune and has been inspiration for Tim Geyssens and mine latest Umbraco package, aptly named Optimus. After Optimus Prime, the lead transformers of the Autobots. So what is Optimus and why did you call it that? Well read on to find out!