Domain of the Diplo 

Hello. Fate (or Google) has brought you to my virtual door. Welcome, nice to see you.

In case you hadn't realised, this is the homepage of Dan 'Diplo' Booth. Why are you here? I don't know. Perhaps you are curious and want to know more about me? Or maybe you are interested in listening to some of my music? Could it be you are the voyeuristic type and like looking at pictures of strangers on the internet? Is it simply that you wish to get in touch and then slip back into anonymity? Or perhaps you are interested in reading my blog, which covers many aspects of technology and web development.

Please feel free to wander around my site. If you exhibit feelings of disorientation or find yourself lost amongst the words then I'd recommend checking out the sitemap. In the event of panic then quickly press the logo at the top left to bring yourself back to this charming location. Take care.

About Me

 

A developer tool for Umbraco 9

I've released my popular Umbraco CMS developer package God Mode for the new Umbraco 9, fully running on .NET Core. It's still free, open-source and now even better than ever!

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Some thoughts and advice on developing multi-language websites in Umbraco 8

I was recently fortunate enough to get an article published in the 2020 edition of 24 Days In Umbraco - a seasonal tradition that brings together different authors from the community in one big bumper month of knowledge sharing! Find out what I wrote about and how it can help you build a multilingual website in Umbraco 8...

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 Words

Sometimes I write stuff. Y'know, like words and that kinda thing. Find a few random examples here.

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 Music

In my younger days I played in a couple of bands and later I liked to mess around with various forms of electronic music. Listen to the results here.

Listen to Music

I like taking photographs. I'm not claiming I'm great at it, but hey, I like it. See a few examples here.

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My job is as a back-end coder, mostly developing websites. I work with C#, .NET and the Umbraco CMS.

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 There are two hard problems in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-1 errors. 

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