It’s the most mo-some time of the year

Coming this weekend, the fantastic month of November and great mustachery begins! I did this last year as well, and as I enter my second round of mo-someness, I can't wait! My wife still isn't happy with it, but it's for a good cause. So please help make sure my soup strainer doesn't grow in... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

Bringing SharePoint Public: Using SharePoint Online for your web site

I am very pleased to share that I will be presenting at this month's Boston Office 365 user group, on August 21st. I will be sharing about using SharePoint Online public website, which you get with your Office 365 tenant, to host your web site. We'll cover some techie stuff but I will mostly cover... Continue Reading →

Throw down: Salesforce Communities vs SharePoint Online

Salesforce Communities or SharePoint Online, what's right for you? They both boast collaboration, but which one works for you? My colleague, Marty Chang (Salesforce Architect, @martyychang, blog) and I will be battling head to head at the upcoming Boston SharePoint Users Group, July 9th, comparing the collaboration, user experience and mobility features of each platform. Register here!... Continue Reading →

Before You Make SharePoint Public

Today I presented at the first 24-Hour SharePoint Conference! Thank you all for attending. My session was prerecorded, which was a little odd to record a session without an audience, but it was worth it. I had a lot of fun doing it and I had a great turn out. Thanks again for joining! You can watch it... Continue Reading →

24-Hour Devathon for a Cause

I am very proud to share that our team at Slalom is taking 24 hours out of this beautiful New England weekend for a SharePoint/Office 365 dev-a-thon to benefit local non profit Junior Achievement of Northern New England. From www.janewengland.org: The mission of Junior Achievement (JA) is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑