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SharePointStructure,

Hello for the land of CHAOS... More and more companies that have implemented MOSS2007 are scrambling...Why you ask? SharePoint is the new share drive, the new dumping ground just another place that has ...

leesblog,

Actually, I wanna be like ScottGu and ScottHa and Phil Haack, and.... well you get the idea. I have been thinking about things I want to accomplish in my career for awhile now. I have set out some goals ...

Jeff Julian,

Just wanted to chime in a to say Jerod and I are on the road, had to stop to get some gas, Taco Bell, and surf the web with my bluetooth and MacBook. I love technology. We will be in St. Louis in about ...

Rob Foster,

Well, folks...My MVP award for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server was renewed another year!  woot! 

See you all at either Summit or TechEd 2008 (dev week) !

Gaurav Taneja,

What is normalization? Explain different levels of normalization? Check out the article Q100139 from Microsoft knowledge base and of course, there's much more information available in the net. It'll be ...

Gaurav Taneja,

Code Access Security (CAS) Ask any typical .NET developer about Code Access Security (CAS) and you've got the chance of hearing "Huh?" as the response. Most developers haven't run into CAS at all—let alone ...

MOSSLover,

I had never written a Windows Application outside of my training course almost 3 years ago in .Net 1.1 around the time I received my MCAD Certification. I agreed to write one using some of the code from ...

Chris Williams,

Today was day 2 of the MOSS boot camp. I didn't actually realize it was a boot camp when I initially signed up. I'm not really a fan of that format, as I don't think they're terribly effective for most ...

Chris Williams,

Today was my first day of SharePoint training. I've been to the New Horizons facilities here before (for Code Camp) so other than the foot of snow in my driveway, it was pretty uneventful getting there. ...

Lou Vega,

First of all - a huge thanks to all those folks in Atlanta who pull this thing together each year. They really do put on a good event in Atlanta and I look forward to it (almost to the point of bugging ...

MOSSLover,

If you did not know already I am writing a book with John Ferringer about Disaster Recovery. We just got the contracts and in the past two weeks. We finally deciphered them and will have them sent in within ...

MOSSLover,

So I wanted to try DelivePoint from Barracuda Tools and I was a bit disappointed. I was expecting this tool to map out the Active Directory Groups for each site with the type of permissions plus tell me ...

Michael Van Cleave,

A couple weeks ago I had the opportunity to present on SharePoint at a Wine and Cheese Server 2008 Launch event. It was quite an event. The event itself had over 150 attendees' signup and was very busy. ...

Rob Foster,

Yes folks, I received one of the most abstract error messages from MOSS the other day. When trying to provision a new site collection (team site site collection, that is), the error message that was thrown ...

MOSSLover,

I was doing some documentation today on this site that is part of a collection of customized sites. It has JavaScript (yuck) and web parts galore. I get to this site that deals with Affiliated Items for ...

Kathy Jacobs (CallKathy),

I was at a Spring Training game with the CodeTrip team today and realized that sometimes the simplest hints can make the biggest difference. For example: Rob Bagby was complaining about a problem with ...

AJ Warnock,

So, if you’re a small independent software provider in need of an inexpensive way to license MSDN, several internal use licenses for Vista, XP, Office; in addition to, SQL Server® 2005, Exchange Server, ...

Manish Agrawal,

Inspired by Scott Gu, I also felt the need of blogging the Links/BlogPosts I liked: ** March 19th is the date in "my" context and not that of posts I refer. Build & Release Automation (it is on top ...

Matthew Podwysocki,

As I've mentioned in recent posts such as here, here and here, I've been very interested in Domain Specific Languages (DSLs), especially with regards to F# and the DLR as well. I recently re-listened to ...

MOSSLover,

I did not realize this fact until today...I really dislike XPath as I am not allowed to express hate due to it being technically against my religious beliefs. I was working with a form in InfoPath 2003, ...

MOSSLover,

Look what I did to Paul Galvin's Blog Yesterday: I posted one comment received an error and gave it. I guess the error meant my browser wanted to post 6 comments on his blog without my name, even if I ...