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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...
I am excited to say that I’ll be speaking at both TechEd North America and TechEd Europe .  This is my first time to even attend a TechEd so I am looking forward to see what is in store.  Both events are sure to be exciting but I am particularly...
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...
I had the honor of speaking at SharePoint Saturday Denver this weekend.  Clayton Cobb ( @warrtalon ) and the people from Denver did a great job putting together this event.  I spoke about how to improve your SharePoint Search experience. ...
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 . ...
One of the coolest features unique to SharePoint Online is the ability to share sites with external users.  I’ve noticed the functionality was there throughout the beta but I believe I hadn’t actually been able to get it to work until GA.  Even...
I had been told from the beginning that you can create “simple” public facing websites with SharePoint Online / Office 365.  However, I had never seen the setting a place to create the public web site in the beta until recently.  If you go to...
You know by now that the cloud is hot and Microsoft says “we’re all in”.  That being said, there has never been a better time to push all of those chips forward and  jump on the bandwagon.  It’s time to get some experience with SharePoint...
We’ve been hearing about the new version of SharePoint Online in the cloud under the Office 365 umbrella for some time now, so I was excited when my company ( Stonebridge ) got our beta invite.  I’m just going to be talking about SharePoint Online...