Accessing the Secure Store from a Timer Job, more than once.

A neat feature within SharePoint is the Secure Store Service. It gives us the opportunity to store account credentials for external systems without having to worry about encryption, where to store it securely, etc. SharePoint handles it all for us. Another plus for SharePoint development. Another neat feature is the Timer Service. This concept of... Continue Reading →

My Users Don’t Like SharePoint Because It’s Just Ugly!

This is Part 4 of my series on 'My Users Don't Like SharePoint...' "Can you make it not look like SharePoint?" Sorry, I can't use the Mustang metaphor on this one, it's too beautiful. SharePoint can be a little rough to stare at day after day. It's basic, and a little boring. The 2010 interface... Continue Reading →

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