Hi! I'm Surinder!
A .NET Developer based in Oxford
delivering CMS and custom build solutions to
a wide variety of high profile clients.

My programming language of choice is C# and passionate in building interesting large scale web applications. With around 10 years experience in the industry, I am just as passionate about coding as I was from the very first console app I created many moons ago that read out: "Hello World!".

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Latest Blog Posts

  • Cloudflare API - Purge Files By URL In C#

    Earlier this week I wrote about the reasons to why I decided to use Cloudflare for my website. I've been working on utilising Cloudflare's API to purge the cache on demand for when files need to be updated within the CDN. I developed a C# method that will cater for the majority of day-to-day use cases.

  • My Reasons for Using Cloudflare With Kentico

    A couple day ago my website got absolutely hammered by a wave of constant SQL injection attacks by the same IP over a time period of a couple hours.Even though Kentico has handled these attacks well, I want to put a layer in place before any untoward activity gets to my site. This is where Cloudflare comes in...

  • Autoplaying HTML5 Video In Chrome

    Over the last few releases, Chrome no longer plays HTML5 videos automatically, even when muted. Here is a way to get around that.

  • Kentico - Call 404 Page From Code

    There will be times when you want to direct a user to a 404 page based on certain conditions from within your code. For example, when dealing with pages that use wildcard URL's, you might want to redirect the user to a 404 page if the value of that wildcard parameter returns no data. Kentico's CMS routing engine won't send you a 404 page as you'd think. So we need to carry the redirect at code-level ourselves based on the conditions we provide.

  • The Journey To Kentico Cloud

    From working at Syndicut, I have had the opportunity of working with many different platforms. The most exciting development for me over the years has been the shift on how content management systems are being decoupled from the very applications they push content to. I write my thoughts on the journey to how [at Syndicut]we've used headless CMS's in the past, tonow usingKentico Cloud.

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