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This tutorial is going to assume that you already have the latest version of Umbraco CMS setup and installed. If not feel free to download and setup the latest version from umbraco.com/download, and the best part is that it’s free and open source. If you’re unfamiliar with Umbraco CMS and are following along with this […]


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Justin is a Senior Software Engineer for 3csSoftware Brisbane. A Polyglot Developer proficient in multiple programming languages including [C#, C/C++, Java, Android, Ruby..]. He's currently taking an active interest in Teaching Kids to Code, Functional Programming, Robotics, 3D Printers, RC Quad-Copters and Augmented Reality.

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Software Engineering is an art form, a tricky art form that takes as much raw talent as it does technical know how. I'll be posting articles on professional tips and tricks, dos and donts, and tutorials.

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  • Justin: Hi Kyle, You absolutely can, you configure the permissions on the root node for the domain, and onl [...]
  • Kyle k: Justin - Can 2 sites be run off of 1 installation and be kept completely separate? i.e. so the peopl [...]
  • Justin: Hi Ramkumar, You might want to check out this website, it'll go through the process of editing yo [...]
  • ramkumar: Hi Justin, i need explanation to create domain in my local machine. I am new to this Umbraco and [...]
  • Muzikayise (zulucoda): Great post, thank you for sharing. I think another way you could look at it is: 1) You can use P [...]