• Apr 18, 2015

    Growing your Orchard faster with some Nitrate

    I initially wrote Nitrate about two years ago in PowerShell. The idea was to come up with a consistent Orchard development environment and build the tools to easily reproduce it across a team. The … more

  • Apr 8, 2015

    Colored guide lines in Atom

    I've been using Atom a lot for projects that do not rely on .NET, it's becoming a very nice editor. One thing I like about it is that it's fairly easy to customize. For example, there's an add-on for … more

  • Mar 24, 2015

    Windows Command Prompt Redux

    Just over two years ago, I wrote about my command line setup for Windows. In that time, I've streamlined the setup process a bit thanks to Chocolatey, and made some improvements to the handling of … more

  • May 16, 2014

    Using Orchard media profiles in your item body

    Media profiles are a great feature in Orchard. Easily configurable image alteration without touching the original. But right now the only way to use those profiles is in a custom template, as the … more

  • Feb 2, 2013

    Using Notepad++ for Git commit messages

    This is more a way to know where to quickly find the information next time I need it. Some time ago I looked into using Notepad++ to edit my Git commit messages. Thankfully someone had already posted … more

  • Jan 22, 2013

    All in one Command Prompt for Windows Developers

    After using Subversion for many years, with the friendly TortoiseSVN and its powerful user interface, I had a hard time understanding what people saw in Git. Besides the really odd set of commands … more

  • Dec 4, 2012

    Chocolatey: a sweet way to manage your software

    Whenever I setup a new Windows PC for development, I find myself going on a software hunt. There are many cool utilities which I've discovered over the year. But they are all located on their own … more