My name is Marcus Granström and I am a software engineer working for Klarna. I am a team lead at Klarna and my team is part of the payments domain and handles incoming and outgoing payments for Klarna.
I am one of the co-founders of 200OK AB that built the search service Truffler based on elasticsearch. 200OK was acquired by EPiServer in May 2012 and the product rebranded as EPiServer Find. My co-founders are Joel Abrahamsson and Henrik Lindström.You can find me on twitter as @pecke01.
Since I started working for Klarna almost five months ago I have started working more and more in scala. I will in a series of blogs around scala explain how to get started with scala and what to think about when using it. I will expect you to be knowledge with programming.
Today was my last whole working day as an EPiServer Employee. It has been a fun and very interesting journey I have been on these last three years. Selling your company like we did is something that I will never forget. I feel that I have been a big driver for change at EPiServer. When I now leave the company I feel that I have more lovers then haters even thou I have constantly been bugging people on why they do stuff the way they do it. I feel that EPiServer R&D is better now then when I came and that is something that I am proud to say.
I have started to do some work with Go lang recently and having sevral different
GOPATH:s is a bit messy. So I decided to look into having a virtual dev environment.
I just got back from a vacation trip to Washington D.C. It is a faboulus city to visit. So much to see and do that it is hard to get everyting in during a short time. I will list the best experiences I had when visiting there and give tips of what not to miss in this post.
Compound words are very common in Swedish and other european languages. In this post I will explain how you can use lucenes built in
TokenFilter for analyzing them and making it posible to search for words that are apart of a compound word.
In this short video I explain how you can get up and running with EPiServer Find. Everything from creating a developer account on http://find.episerver.com to indexing your EPiServer site.
In this post I will give a step by step introduction to how you can create your own native scripts for ElasticSearch. This is targeted for
0.20.0 and might need some adjusting for later releases.