Jeremy Davis
Jeremy Davis
Sitecore, C# and web development
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Posts from January 2021

Peeking into search queries

An issue I've bumped into a number of times over the years, is that sometimes developers want to be able to look at the query that got generated when they did something with Sitecore's ContentSearch APIs. The traditional answer of "go look in the logs" is one way to deal with this, but some recent project work got me wondering if there were alternatives...

Broken Unicorn synchronisation

Ever had a tool that works reliably suddenly not work? I had a problem like that recently, and it lead to some experimentation that I think I may need to come back to later. So this is mostly so I can remember what I was doing when I get back to this. But as we move toward a more "platform agnostic" with more use of .Net Core on Linux, maybe there's something here that might help you too...

My current favourite Kubernetes commands

Before Christmas I was working out how to spin up custom Sitecore images in AKS. Since I'm fairly new to containers generally and this was my first time running them remotely, I messed up. A lot. So I spent quite a bit of time trying to work out what it was I'd messed up. I found these commands particularly useful to work out what was wrong:

Kubernetes ~3 min. read