Why you should keep your on premise SharePoint when developing for Office 365

If you're diving into the wonderful world of developing for Office 365, or SharePoint Online, don't let go of your development environment just yet! Keeping your on premise instance of SharePoint 2013 for development will make a few things much easier, and will alleviate headaches in the long run. For starters, make sure to have... Continue Reading →

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Troubleshooting SharePoint Quick Tip with the Logs

I just discovered a little trick for easing the process of reading and reviewing the SharePoint logs, so I thought I'd share. Open a SharePoint log and you get an incredibly large file with so much info, especially if your logging is set to verbose. As I develop and I receive generic errors, I need... Continue Reading →

Improving SharePoint’s Performance

As SharePoint grows and morphs and becomes your information beast, it sometimes feels like it slows down. This is usually typical in implementations where the proper optimizations were not applied early on. It's okay, it's still possible to recover and improve some of your SharePoint's loss of performance. Disclaimer Performance can be significantly degraded by... Continue Reading →

Effectively reading SharePoint Logs

I don't think anyone actually enjoys reading the SharePoint logs. It can be overwhelming. I've found a few techniques to mastering the logs and finding what you really want, fast. First, you need to crank up diagnostic logging in Central Admin. The default logging levels don't do a good job of reporting everything. So hop... Continue Reading →

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