Thanks for taking the time to visit Jacker.io!
I'm Matt, and this site is my creation, my aim is to make Jacker a go-to site for Umbraco knowledge, I aim to share my experiences of developing using the 'friendly CMS' and to provide tutorials on how to create awesome sites and applications using the platform.
A little about myself, I am from a town called Newmarket, just outside of Cambridge in the UK. I have been developing sites using the Umbraco CMS platform since version 4. I started work at an agency called Flag, my very first project was an online shop using Umbraco to sell live worms, mice and insects. These were bought by reptile owners to feed to their pets. The versatility of Umbraco!
I loved it (Umbraco CMS not the live worms) and started building bigger and better things with the platform. I gained my Level 2 Umbraco certification in July of 2012, left Flag and eventually moved into Umbraco contracting full-time, working for multiple agencies including MerchantCantos, Tribal Worldwide, M-is, Simplicity Partners, Blackbridge Communications, Grey Health Group, Iris Worldwide, Super Union, Radley Yeldar and the Travel Corporation.
2019 was my first year to attend Code Garden, and I wish I'd attended sooner! The passion and expertise flowing through the Umbraco community really is what makes Umbraco unlike any other CMS platform.
My current focus is on working with Umbraco 8, diving deeper into Vue Js and the Bulma / Tailwind CSS frameworks.
This site at the moment is a solo effort to give back to the Umbraco community. So what can you do?
Say hello in person
If you meet me at conference or tech meetup, be sure to say hi.
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If you want to see what I'm tweeting about, you can follow me there, also if you find a tutorial or Umbraco package that helps you then you can tweet me. It’s always nice to know when efforts are appreciated!
Thank you so much for reading this web site!
I hope you enjoy my tutorials and packages and I look forward to getting to know you.
Tutorials and articles by Matt:
- Font Awesome 5 extension & Umbraco Bulma starter kit released
- 5 incredible online tools to kick-start your front-end development
- Code Garden 2019 - take aways from the biggest Umbraco Conference
- Umbraco Font Awesome Extension - documentation, installation and usage examples
- How to add a free SSL certificate to your Umbraco site
- How to add a free SSL certificate to your Umbraco site in 5 minutes
- How to quickly change the output rendering of Umbraco 8's Markdown editor
- How to fix the editor and CSS when using Nested Content within the Grid with Umbraco 7