2014

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Well, it’s been about 350 days since the last time I reflected on a year. A lot of stuff happened since the Polar Vortex from Hell visited the midwest. Let’s discuss.

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Just a short while ago, I announced a tiny lil’ Tridion bookmarklet called Pub Up!™. It was a very simple bookmarklet that left you in your current location in your folders, and just took you one publication higher. Well, when I announced this to the SDL Tridion MVP chat room, Nuno (AKA The King of

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A few months ago, Dominic Cronin got this wild idea to have a bookmarklet competition with Tridion. The rules were very simple: Make a bookmarklet that does something with the GUI in Tridion. Share it. Well, I’m a fan of JavaScript. And challenges. So I whipped up Pub Up!

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The Default Schemas 4 Tridion project is my favorite pet Tridion project. And like my other pets, I hope other people like it as much as I do… and they forgive it for shedding so much. A good while back, I was tasked with setting up all the schemas for Tridion, without so much as

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Default Schemas for Tridion (DS4T) got an update this evening. We’ve got quite a few changes in this build, but it’s all in the name of getting from 0 to implemented that much faster. And it’s following in the theme of Atomic Schemas that began with the last update. DS4T aims to give you more of

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I was talking to a colleague recently about the release of McSandy, and he mentioned that he had a project coming up that would require manipulation of HTML5’s LocalStorage API. I pointed him to a small gist that I’d put up on Github. And then I thought, “hey, maybe I should mention this to other

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Almost a year ago, I sent out a quick post that I’d created a Default Schemas for Tridion project on Github.  Because I wrote that post on a Friday afternoon, I didn’t offer many details. But today’s Monday…

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After I announced that McSandy was in beta mode, I created a Reddit post for McSandy, and asked for feedback. What I noticed is that a lot of folks don’t really get why I made McSandy — because there’s tons of other options out there. So I’m going to show you why, with a few lovely animated

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About two and a half years ago, I lived in Colorado, and had to fly out to Columbus Ohio pretty regularly. On one such flight, I wanted to test out some CSS and HTML. But I didn’t have any Wifi on the plane.  When you don’t have internet, and you want to do a quick