Ivan Omorac
I am a certified Sitecore developer with nearly 10 years of web development experience. I am also a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) in both ASP.NET Developer 3.5 and Web Developer 4. My development work is guided by a personal mission--to make it simple, efficient and easily maintainable--and I’m always looking for ways to improve. My skill set spans ASP.NET, C#, MVC.NET, Javascript and jQuery but, no matter what I’m programming in, my goal is to make my code bullet-proof and highly stable. I enjoy finding solutions to challenging problems and sharing knowledge with the team at BrainJocks, and see this blog as a natural extension of that collaboration to the broader Sitecore community. When I’m not in the Skybox you’ll probably find me playing guitar or hanging out at one of the local blues joints.

Building a single-application component using Sitecore MVC, JS MVVM Framework and BrainJocks SCORE – PART 1

In this series of posts, I would like to show our readers how to build out a single-application component in Sitecore using one of the many popular MVVM JS frameworks on the market – in this case Knockout, together with BrainJocks SCORE. Even if you don’t use SCORE in your project, you can still follow […]

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Unsuspected Error Handling: Solving Sitecore Puzzles

Being a Sitecore developer sometimes means that you are faced with errors that at first glance are both vague and puzzling. Most of the errors can be solved by using previous experience, common sense, a simple Google search for an article or quick chat with a colleague. But other times, there are errors that require […]

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Improve Sitecore Content Editor Performance

While Sitecore continues to extend Content Editor functionality to the Experience Editor, Content Editor remains the interface of choice for developers and power users. Its performance can significantly impact the productivity of any development team. With the fairly simple adjustments I outline here, you can optimize Sitecore Content Editor performance and usability. Tweaking the Tree […]

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