So, yesterday while I was on a call, demoing something to a client, there was a Skype conversation going on in the other window. And though I explained I wouldn’t be able to respond to what was going on in that group chat, a certain coworker decides to get a little snarky. So here we
I just want to publicly say, “congratulations” to my fellow coworker and code-monkey, and Coded Weapon, Alex Klock. Alex was recently given the SDL Tridion MVP Award. This is a well-earned award and Alex should be very proud to have it. The thing is, Alex is what you’d call a digital inventor. Some people go to
Every CMS implementation is different, but you can generally categorize them into two major groups, regardless of the details: New site or Lift ‘n Shift. If you’re unfamiliar with the phrase “Lift and Shift”, it’s where we take an existing website, in its entirety, and move it into a CMS without modifying any front-end code.
It was about two weeks into a project at Tahzoo that I had started in June that I made a discovery that rocked my world: the ternary operator. I think it was my coworker and one of my leads, Piti Itharat, that had introduced it to me. Since then, the ternary operator has become my
Just this morning I had a small conundrum where I was trying to debug some HTML and CSS that I had written. Specifically, I was trying to figure out where some of my wrappers were, and how some alt and title attributes were behaving. And then I had an epiphany: you can do this with
I’ve recently finished a big project with Tahzoo that runs on Tridion 2011 and uses Razor Mediator. There’s a growing number of Tridion Razor Mediator implementations out there, but this one was a tad different for a few reasons. For one, this project was heavily taxonomy-dependent. Navigation is generated with categories and keywords, and even