The Oculus Rift was all about gaming. With projects like Virtual Desktop every aspect of your day to day computer use is open to the virtual space.
A simple way to enhance your Lucene indexes for searchability across comma separated numerical values.
An eCommerce solution for Umbraco that meets your every need and want, by you building for it.
A hidden gem in the Umbraco CMS 7.2 release that's simple, but powerful and opens the door to amazing new extensions.
Microsoft announced this week that it’s opening more components of the .NET framework and will have it running across both Linux and OSX… and I never thought those words would be uttered outside of geeky satire.
The list view data type. The answer to one of the Umbraco CMS's most crippling issue to date, or more of the same? ... a little bit from column A, a little bit from column B.
Vic Gundotra is leaving Google, and this could mean the downfall of Google+ or a new way forward. Either way, the social service's fate is at hand.
A new release of Umbraco is on its way, it’s packing some powerful new features and they are chock full of awesome.
In Umbraco 7 creating your own data types is a snap, but what if you want to reuse one of its own? Here's how.
Umbraco 7? Check. The new Merchello plugin for Umbraco 7? Check. eCommerce. Check, check, check!
Just what Facebook users were asking for: autoplay video ads on their walls. This should piss nobody off, not.
CRM, customer relationship management, systems come in many sizes. From the lightweight systems where a subset of their features are geared towards CRM, to systems whose sole purpose is CRM.
Bada means ocean in Korean, and represents a “vast area where ideas, cultures, and experiences around the world interact with people” according to the brand story on the Bada website. Makes me feel warm inside.
Google’s recently introduced Google Profiles. In it you can create a profile all about you. With it people can search and find you on Google.
One of my favourite C# operators I try to use at every and any opportunity is the much beloved "??" operator. For the entirety of my life as a programmer I’ve called this little gem the “question mark question mark” operator.
As a developer one of my responsibilities while working on a site is to ensure that everything looks as it should on many different web browsers. When I say different browsers that includes different versions of browsers. Currently, there are 3 versions of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer that dominate browser usage worldwide. Those are IE 6, 7 and 8. And unfortunately, they like to show the same web sites slightly, and on occasion drastically, different.
Content is king for both keeping your audience interested and keeping search engines happy with content to crawl and rank for search terms. Here are a few ideas to help keep the content on your site fresh.
One of the most hated dreaded slightly annoying controls featured in the asp.net arsenal is the CheckBox. Luckily however, there is a quick and lazy way of giving value back to your CheckBox.