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  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Jun 10, 2009

    I will be speaking at Macedonian .NET UG’s CodeCamp at Skopje this Saturday, 13th of June. I am going to present a session on Building Highly Scalable Web Sites using Microsoft “Velocity” (Level 300) . If you happen to be in the same area, drop me...

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  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Jun 09, 2009

    I was recently working on an EPiServer solution and the client wanted to include an RSS feed on certain pages of their site.  I though I would write out here how I consumed the feed.  You’ll want to add error handling etc in here, as this is as...

  • Posted on: Jun 08, 2009

    EPiServer CMS indexes content in properties for two purposes, one of them is to extract links and the other is to extract keywords for the internal search engine. If you don’t use the internal search engine the server does a lot of work and fills ...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Jun 08, 2009

    Last wednesday I passed the EPiServer CMS 5.1 certification exam and am now officially an EPiServer Certified developer.   I had a score of 77% which is OK I suppose.   I'll post a few things about how to study for the exam later on!   Cheers!

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Jun 08, 2009

    One of our customers required that we limited access to the Advanced Information tab in edit mode for normal editors. A reasonable requirement but how do you enable normal editors to adjust the sort order? The answer is to move...

  • Syndicated blog - Posted on: Jun 07, 2009

    About a week ago I wrote about, and offered download of, an experimental project called PageTypeBuilder which enabled page type inheritance and strongly typed property access. Since then I’ve done some refactoring and I have also added quite a lot...

  • Posted on: Jun 05, 2009

    XSS can be a pain, and trying to keep up with every single new exploit is pretty much impossible if you suppose to do anything else. So, I thought using Microsoft Anti-Cross Site Scripting library would be “good enough” for me. After reading a few...