Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution." - Albert Einstein
Deeply rooted from software engineering, cyber security and computer science disciplines, Max brings over 21 years of award-winning IT experience with both, Fortune 500 and running several successful consultancies.
Max Slabyak is an award winning IT Leader, with diverse industry exposure, with an emphasis on Sitecore, web, CMS, e-commerce, cybersecurity, object-oriented programming, database development, .NET development, Sharepoint development, and process development. Hands-on experience with all stages of the software lifecycle process. Proven leadership abilities administering MIS operations and leading a web team of developers and designers.
[10:29] New in Windows Azure – Access Control Service, Caching, CDN, Traffic Manager. We saw Facebook & Twitter icons around ACS. Hopefully, it wasn’t just clipart and they are supported. [10:26] Umbraco CMS demo. Another .NET based open source project. The twist – running on Windows Azure cloud. Currently used by mainstream [...]
If you have chosen to the multiple domain path to implement your multilingual sites, either on your own or based on my previous post, Single Domain vs. Multiple Domain Implementation, the good news that it’s more configuration than development, with the bulk of it being done inside the web.config. This was tested [...]
The standard development method they teach you in Software Engineering 101 is Get your requirements Come up with a top-bottom architectural design Code up modules one by one Test (Unit/System/Regression) Delivery/Deployment It’s a great approach and the solution you deliver can be built without compilation errors and work fine… or so you [...]
I thought I'd post a quick refresher for sorting Lists<> and generics since it will be used in the post about working with Sitecore Fast Query. There are a lot of ways of sorting items you get back from Sitecore, including even implementing a bubble sort in the code-behind aspx.cs file. That [...]
Repost from caughtinthedotnet.blogspot.com Came across an excellent article in MSDN Magazine: 10 Best Practices For Building SharePoint Solutions It’s a must read if you are looking to deploy custom Sharepoint applications into your farm. […]
I have been involved in a lot more Sharepoint development at work lately – moreso than .Net, so I’ve been kind of busy reading up SDKs and playing with APIs. On that note, I got a chance to get my hands dirty with some OpenXML 2.0. The cool thing about that was [...]