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.
I was pleasantly surprised to see the traffic analytics on a post I wrote a while ago on Using jQuery to Send Email with Web Services. However, I found some who were still requiring assistance writing the actual .NET web service. Here you go. In Visual Studio, when you create a web [...]
Scenario Did your fellow broprogrammer leave for the day? Did you reformat your virtual machine or development workstation? When a file gets checked out in TFS, it gets associated not only to a user, but to his/her workspace (the machine/source code folder they are on). That makes it slightly more difficult to [...]
Symptoms In Media Library, after clicking on the Attach button in a media item, and clicking Browse, the file dialog does not open. Workaround Until Sitecore comes out with an official fix, you can force “Upload.Classic” mode which will work as intended. […]
Note: to see the code for the .NET web service to be used with jQuery code below, see new post here: How To Build a JSON Web Service to Send Mail in ASP.Net Just to make sure we are all up to speed, a quick concept in extreme layman’s terms – jQuery [...]
Just deployed the latest and greatest in Sitecore for my company. The guy on the left knows what I am talking about. With the multiple languages and the complexity level of my company’s site, this was not a simple process of just running a couple of SQL update scripts and modifying some [...]
This is either one of those things you may never have to use, or you come across a requirement and realize this is exactly what you need and just didn’t know what it was called. I fell into the latter category when I needed to programmatically refresh images in my media library [...]