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Greg JeffersSenior Technical Consultant

Greg Jeffers is a Senior Technical Consultant with Perficient. He has been developing software on the Microsoft stack for 20+ years and working with Optimizely for 5. Having been in several roles across multiple industries, Greg brings a holistic approach to development. He is passionate about finding the right balance of people and processes to make users feel comfortable in the application while being performant.

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Is Your Postman Delivering Too Much? Postman Alternatives

I’ve been a long-time user of Postman, and I’ve seen it grow throughout the years. All I need from Postman is a REST client to check my API endpoints. Recently though, as I opened Postman and had to click through three offers for services I will never use, I started thinking that I should take […]

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You Just Got Vectored! SVG Image Formats

If you’re reading this, you’ve come across a need that nearly all Opti developers encounter in their careers; You need to correctly display a vector image format (SVGs and the like). The <IMG> tag just isn’t going to cut it anymore. Posts like this are a right-of-passage for Opti bloggers. “So,” you think, “if there […]

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Config-Per-Site in Optimizely Multi-Tenant Environments

Recently, I was given a task at work where we needed a multisite configuration. We all know that multi-environment is as easy as appsettings.<environment_name>.config. What about in multi-tenant environments? You can’t have appsettings.site1.config and appsettings.site2.config on your site! Well, not without a little extra work… Let me introduce AddKeyPerFile; this handy little function you set […]


The 1001st Piece in your 1000 Piece Puzzle: .NET Default Interface Functions

I recently worked with a client who wanted a reasonably large subsystem added to Optimizely that would add automated management to their content. While cutting the code for this, I found myself writing similar code across multiple classes. I had to write it that way: 1) The client was currently on CMS11 and didn’t have […]

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Optimizely Gets More (Case-)Sensitive

As Windows developers, we don’t always have to pay attention to capitalization when dealing with paths and URIs. With CMS12, Optimizely has started deploying to a Linux container for hosting sites. This means that deployed sites (and developers!) will have to pay attention to capitals in references. Inconsistent capitalization can cause 404 errors in unexpected […]