Great SharePoint 2010 Planning Reference
Here is a list of SharePoint 2010 Architecture and Planning links. I am mainly capturing this link for future reference! http://rdacollab.blogspot.com/2010/01/sharepoint-2010-planning-and.html
Omaha SharePoint User Group
I presented at the Omaha SharePoint User Group last night (12/16/2009). Good meeting and a great discussion. I did the same presentation that I did at SharePoint Saturday – Kansas City. One thing I did find out was that my tag that has my contact information was password protected. Talk about a downer. Here’s a […]
SharePoint Saturday – Kansas City
I presented “What I Wish I Knew Before I Implemented SharePoint” at SharePoint Saturday in Kansas City on 12/12/2009. This is a 100-level presentation that is meant to be a general overview of the process of implementing SharePoint. I enjoyed my time there and for those in my session, you can download the slide-deck here. […]
Will You Relocate?
I receive calls daily about my availability as a SharePoint developer. Are you seeking employment? Are you presently available? Can you talk? All of these questions I am sure are a result of my continually updated resume on Dice.com. As a SharePoint Consultant, I am always interested in talking to people about new opportunities. It’s […]
Exporting List Data
If you have list data that you want to use in another application, what are some ways to get to that data? That was the question posed by a recent requirement from a client. Fortunately, SharePoint presents us with some creative ways to get to the list data. Export to Excel. This is a good, […]
Dealing with the [Today] problem in SharePoint Calculated Fields
Today I was presented with a problem that I thought should have been easy. Create a calculated field that displayed the number of days that had passed from an [EndDate] field. My first thought was to use a calculated field with a function =[Today]-[EndDate]. When I got that, I was informed that calculated fields could […]
SharePoint Conference 2009 Reflections
SharePoint Conference 2009 is officially over and of course, the big news is SharePoint 2010. I can say that any company actively developing MOSS 2007 solutions should take a serious look at upgrading to 2010 as soon as it is released. In fact, you should already start planning for the upgrade – it is that […]
SharePoint Conference 2009 Goodness
I’m here in LasVegas enjoying the SharePoint 2009 conference. I’ll post more later but here is a video of Huey Lewis and the News from the beach party last night.
I’m planning on LiveBlogging during the conference and the link above will take you to the Live Blogging feed.
SharePoint Install Smooth Sailing!
This is a great reference for when you are installing SharePoint. A great reference for all of the different User accounts needed by SharePoint. Best Practice for User Accounts When Installing MOSS