Developer on the .NET stack and Sitecore.
AngularJS is a great framework for a couple reasons: Data binding which is fantastic for working with JSON Module based approach Dependency injection Testable I wanted to provide a simple example for anyone to get started with incorporating AngularJS into a Sitecore implementation. This article will go over creating: a
Several years ago, the Advanced Database Crawler and Searcher made it much easier to work with Sitecore's Lucene indexes. It made a similified way to create custom indexes and query those indexes. It included a helpful tool to rebuild those indexes on content delivery instances if needed. The Sitecore Support
This post is one of multiple posts to come on experiences learned from source control. Below are the long term goals: Restructure the repository and split out projects appropriately Migrate the source control to a new server as the old server is being decommissioned Move to Team Foundation Server Current
For the South Colorado .NET User Group meeting, we had Rudy Lacovara speak on SpecFlow. SpecFlow follows much of the Behavior Driven Development model. Other examples of this in the wild are Cucumber/Gerkin in the Ruby community. SpecFlow allows developers to write automated tests in a "natural language
In March of 2008, I had my first presentation I've done at a technology conference, NU Technology Day. I had the opportunity to team up with Brett Bieber from University Communications. I was first introduced to the concept of Test Driven Development in November 2007 when Brett presented the concept
HighEdWeb is a conference for web professionals in higher education. This year’s conference was held at Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri. The High Ed Web conference was my first web development conference I’ve been to. When I was an undergraduate at the University of Nebraska, I was