For years, SharePoint C# developers (heretofore, "SPcoders"), worked under the cloud of the rest of the development community believing that SP work was all plug & play of other peoples' development efforts, and there was very little actual coding to be done. This was, largely, incorrect, but no effort was
I've had this conversation here and there among my fellow SharePoint Saturday speakers and organizers, but rarely to anyone outside of the SharePoint community (my wife being the primary exception). But today, I came across the first time I've seen the tech media intersect our ever growing circle, and it
Had a great time presenting at the Mid Atlantic Developer Expo (MADExpo), and as promised, here are my slides and code from my Custom Applications: When, Why, and How session:
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In an attempt to reward some of the top notch speakers/early submissions for SharePoint Saturday New York City, we did something like a first round draft pick for speakers. For each track, myself & the other two organizers chose someone that we felt best represented the track & what
As promised, my slides from my SharePoint Saturday Philadelphia presentation are below. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments that you have.
From the mothership:
The October 2010 Cumulative Updates have been republished for SharePoint Server 2010, SharePoint Foundation 2010, and Project Server 2010 resolving the issues described in the following blog posthttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/sharepoint/archive/2010/11/06/details-and-workaround.aspx. For additional information about these updates see