How I secure my IoT devices

03 January 2017

I thought a quick post on securing IoT devices might be useful to some people. The security of the Internet of Things is a hot topic these days, and it’s something you have to think about before adding the latest little gadget to your home network. In my case, I...
 

A New Year to Learn New Stuff

03 January 2017

It’s 2017 now, and it’s a new year. I’m looking forward to this year - there’s lots to do, and lots to learn. At work, I’m going to be working on the kinds of projects you only get when two giant companies merge. Some of these projects are completely sui...
 

The Perfect Umbraco Development Workflow for Azure

21 November 2016

I’ve spent a month using Umbraco now, and I really like it. I’ve used it to build a website for a small business. The extensibility is the best part, along with the ability to edit the project in Visual Studio. Adding custom controllers is easy, and I’ve built a few...
 

Why I removed Google Search and Disqus Comments

27 October 2016

I removed Disqus and Google Search from my site today. The reason is quite simple - I rarely got any comments on Disqus, and I prefer to keep my site as static as possible. Now, I don’t run any Javascript. I don’t have Analytics, Tag manager, or any other form...
 

Umbraco as a Service

26 October 2016

I tried out Umbraco’s new Cloud service. It’s an interesting delivery mechanism, and I can see the potential in it. The starter package is only ~$28 a month (25 Euro), and that gets you everything you need to host your site. You still need to buy a domain name and...