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Finally the laziness of mine came to fruition! What happened here is that I needed to parse lengthy json from a website and I was really lazy to map it all into a specific type. I was not fully lazy, I was also chased by tight deadline in my project. So to overcome my laziness I searched on … Continue reading Dynamics
Hi! This blog is getting lame and its contents are starting to rust. Still with, me, a web developer, also an application developer, the owner of this blog, Aditya Situmeang. Oh, before we're getting to the topic of how spoiled I am as a programmer, I would like to announce that I have made a … Continue reading Spoiled Programmer
Hello, all! Tonight seems like the time for me to unleash what I have discovered during my time of blogging-hibernation. Earlier, I talked about WURFL and sitecore's default way to detect device, now I talk about the way to shorten URL in Sitecore. This way bug me off and I left my question in stackoverflow … Continue reading Sitecore – Shortening URL (for Your SEO Sake)
So, I was still developing for a site that using Orchard CMS. I finally get into security testing. Well, that's a lot of effort to do. 😀 But what I got is that there is double extension threat to my application. At first, I manage to fix it through Media module on Orchard. Then I … Continue reading Orchard – Piedone Avatar Double Extension Threat
Hello all! I was building an asp site. So, I got into a feature that I can use either linq and foreach. What is about the eyesore? You'll get it later. Well, the feature that I wanted to make is to filter a list based on a criteria. Let's just say that I had a … Continue reading .NET – Linq, foreach, and eyesore
Hello! I'm back! Lately there was an issue related to a site that I have published. It was using Orchard 1.4.1 and it is (the client think) is slow. I am confused for the first when I face the issue. "It is running so fast in my computer!", I said. But then it was a … Continue reading Orchard – Slow?