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.
My tweet from 5 days ago: hitting the green arrow to deploy content delivery environment in #Sitecore #Azure and actually seeing it work – brings a tear to my eye.— Max S (@nyclamusician) July 8, 2011 You, too, can weep tears of joy after seeing exactly how magical this process is. I [...]
[UPDATE 7/13/2010]: Jesper Ravnsgaard, the product manager for Sitecore Azure, was kind enough to point out some corrections. They are below in blue next to the crossed-out text. This post will cover the prerequisites and getting out the gate with Sitecore Azure. If you haven’t yet received your Azure account credentials, check [...]
For those that follow my blog closely, you probably noticed that frequency of my posts has slightly decreased. Despite the workload, Azure has been a hot topic and has been bugging me for attention for quite a bit now. I don’t think my workload will free up anytime soon, but I’m going [...]
Sitecore comes stocked with a custom caching mechanism in its Sitecore.Caching namespace. Unfortunately, there is not much documentation on it, but this post will hopefully shed some light on this mysterious, yet useful object known as CustomCache. To implement, you will need 3 things: Your own CustomCache class A CacheManager class The [...]
My team and I just deployed a high-profile, albeit small website for one of our brands. This article will give you an inside look at each step of this real world project, which you may not necessarily be able to find in a WROX publishing book. I will cover the project framework, [...]
This post, just like the code example, is short and to the point, because that’s how LINQ is – short, to the point, and powerful. Let’s say you have an object called Country. There will be a List<> populated with it that is going to be used in a drop-down box. It [...]