Lee Kelleher

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  1. Exporting my Flickr Data

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    Flickr have announced they are limiting free accounts to 1,000 photos. Meaning my older photos would be deleted. Given my travelblog links to many of my old photos, I'd have to either upgrade to a Pro account, or find a way to export all my Flickr data.

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  2. 24 Days: Content Apps gold rush

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    I wrote an article for this year's 24 Days In Umbraco Christmas Calendar about a new Umbraco v8 feature called Content Apps. There is much interesting in their potential, but will this be done individually or by collaboration?

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  3. History of "Our.Umbraco.*" package names

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    Have you ever looked in your /bin folder and wondered why a bunch of Umbraco package assemblies are prefixed with "Our.Umbraco."? Let's find out about the history of that naming convention!

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  4. FortyFest

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    For my 40th birthday, I organised a mini-festival - in a field, with a big tipi, camping, live music, good food and lots of drink. Was this my midlife crisis or an act of sheer awesomeness? You can decide!

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  5. UMCO

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    I meant to announce UMCO a while ago. Matt has recently redesigned his company website and written a great introduction to UMCO on there.

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  6. Elegant Objects by Yegor Bugayenko

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    At last month's Code Cabin, I was chatting with Steve Temple about Ditto and best coding practices, he suggested that I read Elegant Objects by Yegor Bugayenko, as it made him think totally differently about object-oriented programming. Looking around Yegor's blog, I liked his ideas, so I ordered the book ... I even noticed a small CSS bug on his blog and submitted a fix for it. I do love open-source! A day or so…

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