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Just a quick post to point you at a couple of my latest activities in the Umbraco communiity:
In November I spoke at the Umbraco UK festival on the subject: Umbraco and the 3 flavours of Azure: Webroles, VMs, Websites. The video of the talk is now online to watch.
Secondly I've contributed an article to 24 days in Umbraco the fabulous advent calendar for Umbraco enthusiasts. The article is called Mapping Umbraco content to POCOs for strongly typed views.
In the absence of regular blogging we also now have a news page on the Moriyama site where you can follow what is going on in the company. Our social media feeds (linked in the footer of the Moriyams site) are the best way to stay bang up to date!
Christopherson of ability net gave a presentation using a
screen reader. Interesting points raised were:Auto playing media with sound drowns out the voice of a screen
reader making it impossible to navigate a page.Badly written alt... but ended up delivering a very high level and fluffy talk
on social networking. The guys from Contrast had a good delivery
style, but I didn't need to be told that the web is full of
conventions and cliches, I work with it every day. I know.Anyone
employee - she takes care of the books and lots of other admin
tasks - this isn't income shifting she actually has a full time
job. Employee #3 is a full time developer unlike myself he isn't
into blogging, social media and developer communities
and very willing to help if you want to be helped!If what we saw yesterday is true IDOL Social Media Analysis will
probably read, classify and derive the meaning and sentiment of my
blog post and let someone at Autonomy know about it. For all I know
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The screencast below shows some work I've been doing in automatically extracting metadata from documents when they are uploaded to the Umbraco media section.
HINT: You can make the screencast full screen.
I’m getting close to being done with the Umbraco ‘place’ datatype. As soon as Virgin Media restore my Internet service at home I’ll be ready to release!Since my first post, place markers are now draggable for extra accuracy and you can place multiple maps within a document type. Maps in different tabs is now supported after an initial issue with maps which were rendered while not displayed.
with these guys and have got a few off
piste activities to challenge those who finish up their excercises
too quickly!Also - I've noticed that my test course falls on the eve of the
Umbraco social in London so I'll be persuading my
I've created a
screencast of my
Workflow for Umbraco package. I've subtitled this blog
post drag and drop event programming as the package
allows you to do exactly that - this is probably more of a draw to
Umbraco developers out there.
By using workflow you can visualise what happens when events
fire, easily disable and enable event handlers and break up
eventing code into small, manageable and re-usable chunks.
Workflow for Umbraco allows you to author
custom workflows using a drag and drop UI. You can have users
manually push content, media etc to workflows - or you can setup
you workflows to instantiate upon API events.
Workflow attachments are CMS Nodes so workflows can run against
Darren Ferguson - / has built a
very cool social twitter app to help you find and meet fellow
conference attendees. So you guys can get the most out of the
event we have set this up for you to use during FOWA Dublin!
Here's how... by one, find out where they are and then make a decision about who to join.If you are still with me you should begin to see how the problem relates to my application. Essentially, it allows dispersed social groups to quickly find one another. As well.../social group and would be interested in trying out my application please let me know.
social time with Per, Niels and the other participants. Niels even got a round of beers in! I also had the pleasure of chewing the fat with David Conlisk who was also on the course. David has taken the leap into freelancing full time something I hope