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Thanks to everyone who attended my Office 365 Lync and Learn session last week.  I enjoyed the opportunity to show everyone how they can use Visual Studio 2012 RC to get started with SharePoint Online development.  I’ve attached a link to my...
TechEd North America ( #msteched ) is just next week in Orlando, FL.  This is my first TechEd and I’m excited to see what’s in store.  With any conference, it’s always best to be prepared.  You want to make sure you bring the right things...
It’s true.  I admit it.  I have a sickness.  I am a SharePoint person and proud of it.  I’m attending Microsoft TechEd in Orlando next week (and in Amsterdam at the end of the month) for the first time.  Although I am a noob to...
If you have used Excel Web App (part of Office Web Apps), you are familiar with the fact that there is no “Save” button.  The changes you make are immediately saved back to SharePoint and you even have multiple people editing the spreadsheet at the...
For those of you familiar with SharePoint 2010, the content type hub is nothing new to you.  However, in SharePoint Online, the content type hub works a little differently.  The first thing to know is that a content type hub has been set up...
I’ve written a number of posts in the last couple of weeks about the new SharePoint features in the Visual Studio 11 developer preview.  These posts include publishing to SharePoint Online , Visual Web Parts , Silverlight Web Part , and the Content...
Visual Studio 11 adds a new feature that makes working with Silverlight in SharePoint 2010 a bit easier.  The new Silverlight Web Part feature automates deploying your Silverlight applications to SharePoint and can really save you a bit of time. ...
I often refer to my Handy Keywords in SharePoint Search because it forms the building blocks you need to become a rock star at writing SharePoint keyword queries.   Today, I want to expand upon that post on how you can use search to return a...
Ever wanted to see what exactly is in your SharePoint search index with a simple query?  Sure, you can take a look at the crawl log, but you can’t see that in SharePoint Online.  With SharePoint 2010, you can use queries using the ContentSource...
At my Search talk at SPC11, I demoed how to build a Silverlight application that could query search in SharePoint Online .  I also built a separate application that could query people search, but I haven’t posted on it yet until today.  To query...
Working at an International company now, I found that I was often running into issues looking at the time stamps of documents.  Our collaboration server was in EST while I was in CST.  It could be confusing at times when you were working on...
At SharePoint Conference 2011, I showed off a great looking advanced search application using Silverlight 4.  This application queried the Search web service at /_vti_bin/search.asmx to retrieve results and display them directly inside the application...
This week at SharePoint Conference ( #SPC11 ), I had the pleasure of giving a talk about the benefits of using SharePoint as an Extranet platform.  I discuss the benefits and considerations of using SharePoint for an Extranet when it comes to on...
At this point, SharePoint 2010 has been out about a year and a half more or less and you might have forgotten some of those new features that came along with it.  Since I am often one to talk about SharePoint search solutions, one of my favorite...
Since I first stepped foot at #SPC09, I knew I wanted to speak at a SharePoint Conference some day..  This year that dream has finally become a reality.  I have the honor to present two different sessions at SharePoint Conference 2011 . ...
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