Tag: sharepoint

  • Register for the Omaha SharePoint User Group October SharePint

    Time for the October SharePint.  Join us at the Loose Moose on October 16th at 5:30pm.  Go to http://omahasharepint.eventbrite.com for more information or just register with the form below! Event Registration Online for Omaha SharePoint User Group – October SharePint powered by Eventbrite

  • SharePoint Saturday – Ozarks Flyer

    I will be presenting at the SharePoint Saturday – Ozarks, which will be held in Branson, MO on Sept. 8th.  I have always loved this SharePoint Saturday and I hope that you and your teams will make the trip down there.  Here is a flyer that you can print off and hang in your office.  Let’s […]

  • The first (of hopefully many) Omaha SharePint! Upstream May 10, 2012

    In the process of organizing our monthly Omaha SharePoint User Group meetings I just tossed out an idea to have a regular SharePint.  If you don’t already know what a SharePint is, please read this article by Christian Buckley.  We decided to have our first SharePint at the Upstream Brewery at about 171st and Center on […]

  • It Happens To Everyone

       A co-worker pointed this out to me.  Seems like someone was making a change to SharePoint.Microsft.com without testing and got the Unexpected Error!  I’m sure it was unexpected!  The site was down for only a little while but it gave both of us a chuckle.  Thanks Matt!

  • Problem POSTING a SharePoint form multiple times

    I created a web part that displays data in an HTML table. On this web part, there is also a button that says, Export to Excel. When the button is clicked, the form posts to the server and my server-side code responds with an Excel file. The problem is that it only works once. To […]

  • Confirmed for SharePoint Saturday – KC

    I just confirmed that I will be presenting at SharePoint Saturday – Kansas City on December, 11, 2010. Come join us. It is a lot of fun and there will be loads of SharePoint information.

  • A(nother) Business Case for Twitter

    I can’t see why some companies continue to block Twitter access to their employees.  Especially developers.  For me, Twitter has been an invaluable resource.  A wealth of 140 character wisdom.  An constant supply of what is new in the SharePoint (or insert your favorite topic here) world. This example just happened to me yesterday.  I […]

  • Removing OPTIONS with jQuery

    Here’s a usability solution that was necessitated by my desire to present a logical, workable solution to my end-user.  I’m still learning jQuery so my solution may not be the most elegant – but it works. I welcome any improvements! The Setup I have a SharePoint site that is displaying the results of an SQL […]

  • Default Quick Launch Heading Paths

    Every so often, I come across sites that have the default Heading entries on the Quick Launch deleted.  I decided to write them down here in case I ever needed to put them back.  It’s also handy to be able to navigate to the All Items link in a site with no Quick Launch.  This […]

  • Join Us In New Orleans!!!

    I am literally heading out the door to the airport to catch a flight to New Orleans for SharePoint Saturday! I will be presenting, “What I Wish I Knew BEFORE I Implemented SharePoint”. I really enjoy this presentation and I hope that anyone attending will enjoy it as much as I do. NewOrleansTech.net wrote a […]