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updating/replying operations that you’d expect. A lot of people would argue that twitter is a waste of time during a working day but I frequently us it for crowd sourcing solutions to the technical problems that I am having. PasswordMaker generates
Firstly: I'm aware that I am putting out another commerce
package into a crowded space. Please see below the video for my
thoughts on that.
The Video below is the first in a 3 (or maybe 4) part series on
creating a simple Umbraco cart using Doc
A crowded space?
I'm well aware of the following solutions:
Commerce for Umbraco
I have investigated all of them and got to various stages - from
the installer failing through to getting a shop up and running.
The reason I've gone down my own route is to quickly and easily
attach prices to Umbraco documents and integrate with my own
billing system - I didn't want to create product
painfully aware that my blog looks rather plain.
The blogs that stand out for me use some kind of relevant images
within the body of the post.
The idea of going and sourcing an image for every post I make is
quite painful. What I'd like
a great day
out.Oh and I almost forgot, I think I conquered my fear of public
speaking after dashing about in front of the crowd all day, so if
you want me to come and talk about Umbraco or anything else, do let
me know.Finally, there was lots
My 1st goal for 2012: To
write and Present more.
In 2011 one of my goals was to conquer a long term fear of
public speaking. The idea of standing up in front of a crowd of
people terrified me. The only way I knew to overcome
sets you apart from the crowd and makes you are craftsman? Sure,
everybody loves to moan from time to time it's a human condition -
but do you really mean it?Having gotten that out of the way, let me state clearly that I
would like to see the end
As I'm bringing the family to Codegarden '09 I lazily "crowd
sourced" some things for them to do while I am busy geeking it
up.The suggestions that Tommy and Hanako came up with look
great so I thought I'd repost them here in case anyone else is
spending a couple of extra days in Copenhagen.
First up some suggestions from Tommy:Guide sites:http://www.visitcopenhagen.com/tourist
(main tourist site when visiting Cph)http://www.aok.dk/
(unfortunately mostly in Danish - but a main site for testing
restaurant, café's etc. The have all sorts of rankings like best
value-for-money, best brunch, best gourmet etc. - look in this
page for an overview on danish). "AOK anbefaler" means "Recommended
by AOK"Tourist sites:
Canal Tours (nice