Be sure to check out my recent blog post regarding the most exciting news in .NET history! Microsoft gives us another reason to be thankful! Cross-platform and Open Source .NET! Share this post: email it! | bookmark it! | digg it! | reddit! | kick it! | live it! Source: ASPAdvice Blog
The Sitecore Hackathon 2015 is coming up fast. Read my blog post with my teams details: Sitecore Hackathon 2015 – Time To Deliver. del.icio.us Tags: Sitecore,Hackathon Share this post: email it! | bookmark it! | digg it! | reddit! | kick it! | live it! Source: ASPAdvice Blog
Be sure to check out my recent blog post regarding Simple Performance Tuning and Sitecore Counters – Sitecore Best Practices. Just a refresher regarding Sitecore’s long standing recommendation to disable Memory Monitoring hooks and Performance Counters, with some tips on setting up Sitecore Counters when you do need them. del.icio.us Tags: Sitecore,Best Practice Share this post: email it! | bookmark it! | digg it! | reddit! | kick it! | live it! Source: ASPAdvice Blog
Be sure to check out my recent blog post regarding my Windows 10 Feature Request (and Interim Solution): Wildcard HOSTS file entries. Here is an excerpt: As a consultant building multiple web applications, especially solutions built with the Sitecore Experience Platform, I would spend too much time adjusting entries in my C:WindowsSystem32driversetchosts file. If you are unaware of what the hosts file is, you can find out all about it and it’s history in this Wikipedia article: wikipedia.org/wiki/Hosts_(file). Some time ago I started implementing what should be a simple standardization best practice: all my local development sites utilize a common … Continue reading Windows 10 Feature Request (and Interim Solution): Wildcard HOSTS file entries
Be sure to check out my recent blog post where I go over details regarding my first four Modules now in the Sitecore Marketplace, here is an excerpt: While delivering some recent training sessions I provided for a customer, I covered many of the areas where Sitecore is both customizable and extensible. And, if you are like me and like to explore all the new features that are released with each Sitecore version, you probably also found it absurd that getting to some of these features was too much of a manual process. At least I did. Read the rest here. … Continue reading Check out my first four Modules now in the Sitecore Marketplace
Be sure to check out my latest blog post at (my employer) XCentium‘s blog where I go over details regarding what should be the new Best Practice and why you should use the Fully Qualified Name and Assembly for the Controller When Using a Sitecore MVC Controller. del.icio.us Tags: Sitecore,Best Practice,MVC Share this post: email it! | bookmark it! | digg it! | reddit! | kick it! | live it! Source: ASPAdvice Blog
It’s hard to believe it’s been four months since I joined XCentium. XCentium is a consulting company that some previous colleagues started while I was working at Microsoft. They currently have three Sitecore MVP’s on staff: Niket Ashesh, Martin Knudsen and Zac Malmquist. Getting to work with these guys again (and everyone else at XCentium) has been very exciting so far. In the four fast months at XCentium I have wrapped up a Sitecore 7.0 project and converted a heavily customized Flash based Google map to jQuery/Google Maps v3 API. I am currently working on a massive Sitecore 7.2 MVC … Continue reading Four months at XCentium and loving it!
I just received this email yesterday congratulating me on the achievement of having one of the top 1% most viewed LinkedIn profiles for 2012. I am humbled and shocked. In the same email they announced that have now reached 200 million members. I just had to share, since I find it ironic that so many years ago I had some personal exchanges regarding the value and privacy risks of using a service such as LinkedIn. I do have at least a few beefs with LinkedIn. I wish they’d either raise or drop the 50 group limit. I like the idea … Continue reading Congratulations! You have one of the top 1% most viewed LinkedIn profiles for 2012
One of the exciting things that I have decided to do for 2013 is a relaunch, or to coin the phrase Microsoft has liked to use lately, to reimagine both my blog and personal web site. Over the holidays, I happened to notice that RadicalDave.com was available. Since there has always been cybersquatters occupying my namespace .com and I had to utilize David L Walker.com, I am excited to utilize this easier to use domain. Back in high school and even earlier, I had used the alias Radical Dave quite a few times while connecting and running BBS’s, etc. I … Continue reading My Blog/Site Reimagined!
You may have noticed from my social networks – Twitter, FaceBook, and/or LinkedIn, that my family and I decided to kick off 2013 with some major life changing events. After exactly three and half years as a Senior Application Development Manager for Microsoft, I accepted the exciting opportunity to join FMCTechnologies as their Public Web Architect. I am already really enjoying the opportunity to return to focusing on Sitecore. They have some major projects underway and I am excited to be involved with them. I will be more than happy to share more details as I can. I have several … Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions in progress for 2013!