We are very excited to share the next evolution of the New England Web Content Management Group (NEWCMG). As we have seen in the industry, an organization's digital footprint should span further than only its website, it has to be more than a single CMS platform. It's only natural for this user group to follow... Continue Reading →
I'm pleased to share I am speaking at this year's Boston Code Camp on November 23rd. I am sharing the wonder and excitement that is Microsoft's Power Platform, from a developer's point of view.
Imagine a weekend, only 48 hours, with more than 100 of Boston's best and brightest, piled up in a single space, a little tired, coffee flowing, building 48 brand new websites for 48 worthy nonprofits. "Where do I sign up?"You, just now 48in48.org is a volunteer organization that facilitates these amazing weekends across the country.... Continue Reading →
I'm very excited to get the New England CMS meetup back up and running! If you live in New England and are in the WCMS space, I need your help, can you fill out the survey? This will help me better understand you, the members, and how best to setup this meetup going forward. Also, please join our meetup... Continue Reading →
I've been a developer for 20 years and I've never made an easter egg. I finally have, in tribute to Netflix show Stranger Things. This is a super simple script, throw it into your app and then call window.upsideDown(). I set this up so that when a user was searching for the phrase Stranger Things... Continue Reading →
I'm pleased to share that my slides and video of my session at the Boston Office 365 User Group are up on their website. Click below to download and watch! Office 365 is more than SharePoint on Bos365 Big thanks to TrnDigital for sponsoring, and for The Garage out of the NERD for hosting!
It's true! Office 365 is more than SharePoint, more than Exchange, more than any single service or offering it has. I'm excited to share I'll be presenting next week at the Boston Office 365 User Group, with the goal to explore more of what O365 has to offer. We won't be just talking about what... Continue Reading →
I had the wonderful opportunity to share my thoughts on why Microsoft Flow and PowerApps rock at the Boston Office 365 User Group. The session was amazingly well attended, with over 30 people in the room and over 15 online! I was pumped! We walked through several real life demos, and I shared valuable tips... Continue Reading →