Monthly Archives: May 2009
Regrouping… Those of you who are new to all the nooks and crannies of SharePoint need to develop a good audience and user architecture as well as a firm sense of how much memory you are using. On my first … Continue reading
My friend Mark Miller has put together a great SharePoint Designer resource with Bjørn Furuknap at UnderstandingSharePoint.com. Check it out. Mark’s site has been a big help to me. So I can’t say enough thanks to EUSP! http://www.endusersharepoint.com/?p=1659
Go on admit it. You’ve made at least one major error at least since you downloaded SharePoint Designer. There have been many a blog entry dealing with why SPD out there in mass for free is a good thing. I … Continue reading
This is a great post from a former teaching colleague of mine, Tom Johnson. I think it applies to so many of the SharePoint successes we as end users end up gaining. Once again, excellent piece Tom!!
My sons and I have been watching the heck out of The Deadliest Warrior. For those who don’t know it well, it pits classic warriors from history (like Spartan vs. Ninja). Experts from both sides come in and run CSI … Continue reading
This article is a response to my article about training for MS certs that I wrote for EUSP. Two things really. The first is that SharePoint Designer became free and all the ideas, project and requests that had been labeled … Continue reading
Introduction & Business Needs This case study will discuss the introduction of Microsoft SharePoint as a knowledge management and training repository for a Global bank in a financial services customer facing line of business. Direct groups supported include staff in … Continue reading