Month: July 2016
Over the past several weeks, I’ve been working my way through trying to get Sitecore 8.1 to work with the latest tools: Solr Server v6, Autofac v3.5, and Glass Mapper v4. Turns out it was quite a journey and definitely in need of some blogging support. This is the first part in a series of blog… Read More ›
Read This Open Letter from Technology Sector Leaders on Donald Trump Though I have very little political clout, I am astounded and enlightened reading this open letter. It pleases me to no end how encouraged I am that this many number of top technology leaders are willing to stand in solidarity, and have their… Read More ›
Part 1 in a series of blogs on Sitecore authoring security.
In 1997, a weirdly branded band named “Chumbawamba” came out with a surprisingly fantastic one hit wonder called “Tubthumping”. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I do. The reason that I’m blogging about this right now, is that surprisingly, the lyrics are very symbolic to life events going on with me personally and… Read More ›