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I’m excited to be returning to SharePoint Conference this year to deliver another exciting session.  I’m getting back to my roots this year and I’ll be delivering a session on Search.  If you have survived until Thursday be sure and check out...
I was creating some new site collections recently and I noticed a new site template under the Enterprise tab of the new site collection interface labeled Team Site – SharePoint Online configuration .  I was curious so I provisioned a new site collection...
As a developer, I have to admit I have always had a love / hate relationship with InfoPath.  It worked well for some things but once you reached that point where you needed more, you had to scrap your entire solution and start over with something...
In the last few months, I have noticed some new acronyms creep up in the SharePoint community.  What is it?  Well as a developer, it’s stuff you’re probably already doing.  You take a search in your favorite search engine and you won’t...
As an administrator or developer, there may be times when you really want to see everything in the search index.  It’s great for troubleshooting.  Unfortunately, the way you do this seems to vary between SharePoint versions.  I wrote on...
The Office Developer Tools team snuck a new feature into the RTM version of the tools for Visual Studio 2012.  This new feature allows you to deploy apps and actually alter the search schema on the host web .  That’s right.  You can deploy...
With the combination of analytics and search in SharePoint 2013, there is a heap of new features to help determine which content is actually being used.  No longer is this information buried in reports for administrators, but it in fact is available...
If you haven’t heard, Microsoft released a new site recently that allows you to create a new Office 365 tenant that is pre-populated with users, content, and social data.  It even comes with demo scripts that you can use to walk users through the...
If you know me then you know I’ve been doing a lot of work with apps lately (SP2 – link , twitter ).  I started developing primarily with an on-premises virtual machine running SharePoint 2013, but I have recently switched to using SharePoint Online...
I recently spoke about PowerShell at SharePoint Conference 2012 ( SPC195 ).  It turns out PowerShell support slipped into SharePoint Online Preview without a lot of people noticing.  In my session at SPC12, I walked users through a lot of common...
In the past, licensing for Extranets proved to be quite confusing.  Many people including myself weren’t always sure what to recommend.  I found this useful information in the slide deck for SPC181 and I thought it was worth sharing since I...
When I first heard about an app store coming to SharePoint, I was excited.  I knew I wanted to be a part of it.  Today, I am excited to announce the release of three new apps for SharePoint 2013.  SP2 apps seek to help increase user adoption...
Maybe, this was more obvious to other people but it took me a while to figure out.  When you first provision your Office 365 Preview Enterprise account, a public site collection is created.  It took me a while to find it at first because I was...
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...
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