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Looking Back at 2017 - What Went Well, What Did Not

In this episode, I give my review of how 2017 went. I talk about some of the amazing things.. like my 30 legendary youtube subscribers!  What went wrong, like how much my bloody web hosting costs and some general ramblings.  There are also a few tips[...]

How To Enable/Disable Episerver Scheduled Tasks In Code

If you need to run a background task within your Episerver website, then you'll likely create a scheduled task.  Scheduled tasks are a great way to run small bits of functionality on a regular basis, like an import task etc..  If you have ever needed[...]

Should You Specialise in Umbraco Development?

I received an email recently from a reader asking if career-wise, it's a good choice to learn and specialize in Umbraco.  The chap's quandary was basically, is it better to be a generalist web developer compared to being a specialist in one particula[...]

Why You Should Be Using The Latest Version Of Umbraco

From time to time I seem to get an email from one of you guys asking whether it’s safe and if it's worth the hassle to update their Umbraco site to the latest version.  If you are wondering whether you should update your Umbraco website to the latest[...]

How You Can Make Your Umbraco Project Run Smoother

In terms of the universe, we're all alive for a relatively short-period. There's a big difference to your happiness, sanity, and self-esteem from working on a cool project and working within some nightmare organization where things get so bad you can[...]

Tips To Becoming A Rockstar Umbraco Developer

I've been working on CMS projects for over a decade and besides from being old, in that time I've worked with some bad developers, some good developers and a handful of rockstars. When I first started my career, I thought that being a rockstar develo[...]
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