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Nick HamlinLead Technical Consultant

Nick Hamlin is a Lead Technical Consultant with Perficient. He has been programming for over 20 years, focusing on Optimizely CMS and Commerce since 2018. In his free time, he enjoys playing bar trivia, writing music, cooking, and finding cheap airfare to travel the world. Nick is fluent in English & Spanish and has studied French, Portuguese, and German.

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Uploading blobs to Optimizely DXP via PowerShell

We had a client moving from an On-Prem v11 Optimizely instance to DXP v12 and we had a lot of blobs (over 40 GB) needing uploading to DXP as a part of the conversion.   This was my first experience doing both a version and environment upgrade and I leaned heavily on Optimizely support to […]

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Local HTTPS for Optimizely, IIS, and Kestrel using certificates (Pt 2)

In part 1 of this two-part blog series on securing your local development with HTTPS and Self-Signed Certificates, I described how to create a local self-signed certificate. In this part, I’ll explain how to use that certificate to safeguard your development environment and make it even more similar to QA & Production. Bind the certificate […]

Cyber security firewall interface protection concept HTTPS certificates. Businesswoman protecting herself from cyber attacks. Personal data security and banking. stock photo

Local HTTPS for Optimizely, IIS, and Kestrel using certificates (Pt 1)

Wasn’t it around 2006 when HTTPS started becoming popular? You’d go to a secure page and almost always see a message saying, “This page contains both secure and nonsecure items. Do you want to display the insecure items?” 1 “Helpful” people online posted how to disable the error. Then browsers got smarter and just stopped […]