Monthly Archives: October 2009

A View to a Kill

SharePoint can be a nagging fellow, especially if you begin to stray from any “out of the box” solution. The crux of the problem is usually that you are asked to go out of the box to create columns, content types and views. Continue reading

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CMS Watch: The SharePoint Report 2009 – One that is well worth it

I have been tweeting with @TonyByrne for a while and he asked me if I would review the CMS Watch: The SharePoint Report 2009. Since the government is now getting into blog watching I’ll go ahead and state that no … Continue reading

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So you want to get Social…but don’t know where to go….Second, Audience Architecture

Having recently been asked to be the SharePoint lead for a major “2.0” roll out with SharePoint and a 3rd part Social Media add on’s, I can really roll up my sleeves and comment on what needs to be done. … Continue reading

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Tampa SharePoint Saturday, 11.14.09

To all SharePointers in FL and Beyond, SharePoint Saturday Tampa 11.14.09 registration open . Re: My blog, there really hasn’t been much time to post while I have been organizing, but look forward to @SP_SAT_TPA previews & post Saturday … Continue reading

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