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 →
I'm very pleased to share that I will be speaking at the first 24-Hour SharePoint Conference on April 16th. My session is on Before you take SharePoint public, and I'll cover... eh, you can watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htClwprrW-E Come join me April 17th from 12-1pm EST!
This was my first year attending SharePoint Conference, and it was a real blast. I picked up a lot of good nuggets from my trip, here's a highlight of my favorites: Pahhhtttaaayyy College was a long time ago, but it appears I still got it, or so I thought. My team from Boston spent a... Continue Reading →
It's nice to see Microsoft playing nice with others. The cumulative update 2011-12 (CU Dec 2011, or Feb 2012) includes improvements around the iPad. Specifically, users can now access dashboards, Excel services, and PowerPivot services via their iPad! For complete details, check out http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh697482.aspx. There's a great video on that page that walks through how well... Continue Reading →
In an effort to keep myself up to speed with what's going on across the SharePoint world, I compiled every SharePoint blog I could find into a Google Reader Bundle. I also created an Android app which reads this same list. Below are the blogs this feed subscribes to: Andrew Connell [MVP SharePoint], http://www.andrewconnell.com/blog/Default.aspx Boston SharePoint Salon, http://www.bostonsharepointsalon.com/... Continue Reading →
Every once in a while I come across an app that really rocks. The more I use this app the more I love it, and find new ways of using it. This app is Evernote. If you're not familiar with Evernote, it's a note taking application with which you can store notes and access them... Continue Reading →
In most cases, when I design and build a custom branded solution for a SharePoint site, the customer wants the site to render the same for mobile devices. Instead, SharePoint redirects the user to a different layout. This request is quite common across the world wide web. Most sites you visit on your computer will... Continue Reading →