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  • Blog Post: Project Conference 2012 – Register now!

    The Project Conference 2012 is less than 4 months away! It’s an opportunity to see the Microsoft Project team and share ideas & experiences with the greater Microsoft Project community. This conference is ideal for Business owners, Project Managers, partners, developers and IT Managers – check out...
  • Blog Post: Worldwide Partner Conference

    It’s always exciting to have an opportunity to spend time with partners. It’s been a little more than one year since we launched Project 2010, and I’m looking forward to meeting many of our partners in Los Angeles this week. WPC is an opportunity for me to get feedback on our products and learn more...
  • Blog Post: A Great Week at the PMI Global Congress

    I just got back from the PMI Global Congress in Washington DC. It was a really great conference for our team where we had an opportunity to connect with a lot of Microsoft Project customers and partners! It’s always great being able to talk to customers, learn about their experiences and show them the...
  • Blog Post: Australia SharePoint Conference

    I'm really excited to be keynoting at the Australia SharePoint Conference on June 16th in Sydney! The Australia SharePoint Conference offers something for everyone - one of the few IT events that specifically reaches out to multiple audiences that includes: • 20 sessions of end user/power user...
  • Blog Post: Keynoting at the St. Louis SharePoint Conference on April 12th

    I will be keynoting at the St. Louis SharePoint Conference on April 12th. You can get more information @ http://www.sharepointconferencecentral.com/Site%20Pages/STL/index.aspx . It should be a great event! Hope to see some of you there.
  • Blog Post: SharePoint and Office news at PDC

    For those of you not at PDC, but interested in knowing what "new" news was announced publicly at PDC pertaining to Office & SharePoint: Day 1 - Microsoft SharePoint Services as part of the Azure Services Platform. This is not the same as Windows SharePoint Services (WSS). Please refer to...
  • Blog Post: PDC 2008: Here we come!

    Going to PDC? I'll be there, so definitely say hello at the booth or one of the SharePoint sessions @ PDC. Details on SharePoint sessions can be found @ http://blogs.msdn.com/pandrew/archive/2008/10/09/sharepoint-at-the-microsoft-pdc-2008.aspx . Who else will be there from the SharePoint team: Paul Andrew...
  • Blog Post: TechEd IT Forum

    I just finished presenting the SharePoint kick-off session @ IT Forum in Barcelona. Here's a pointer to my PowerPoint Presentation .
  • Blog Post: European SharePoint Customer Visits

    I'm in Europe for the next couple weeks meeting customers, partners and presenting at IT Forum. I got to London a few days ago and met a number of SharePoint customers in the London office. Mark Harrison is hosting me in the UK. This upcoming week, I'm visiting customers with my General Manager, Kirk...
  • Blog Post: @ AIIM Apr. 17-19th

    I'm going to be at AIIM next week in Boston, MA. Microsoft is going to have a strong presence there with several folks from the SharePoint team. Jeff Teper, Corporate Vice President, is going to be delivering one of the keynotes. He's a great speaker, so if you're planning to attend, I definitely recommend...
  • Blog Post: What to look for in the next few months...

    Over the next few months, you'll see a plethora of SharePoint technology related content. Here are 5 things to expect and look out for: (BTW, I was recently interviewed by TechNet - you can listen to my interview at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/community/tnradio/archive/shah.mspx . Another interview...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Europe 2005

    It was great to see so many people at TechEd Europe. There's clearly a lot of excitement for SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio.NET 2005. Selfishly speaking, A LOT of excitement for SharePoint Products and Technologies & CMS. One of the repeating questions I received this week was the future of CMS...
  • Blog Post: TechEd EMEA

    One more quick post before I head to the Conference Center. I'm going to be presenting at TechEd Europe. I will only be presenting 1 session... so will have to magically present hours of content in 1 hour - if you want to hear about a specific area - let me know. Planning to cover perf/dev best practices...
  • Blog Post: SP2, CMS Future and Workflow partner

    Quick blog entry: At TechEd 2005, I presented 3 sessions. 2 breakout sessions and 1 cabana talk. It was great to see the excitement around CMS and SharePoint Products and Technologies. In one of my sessions I talked about CMS SP2 and talked about the future of CMS. I crammed A LOT of information in 2...
  • Blog Post: TechEd US and EMEA

    I'm going to be presenting at TechEd US and EMEA. I'll post my session titles and descriptions up in the next few weeks. If you're going to be in Orlando or Amsterdam, let me know. Drop by my session, listen to what I have to say, possibly learn something too. :-)
  • Blog Post: SharePoint MSDN RSS Feed

    We hosted an Architect Portals Bootcamp last week in the Seattle area. I was impressed with the different projects the architects were involved with. However, one thing that I did notice, based on comments and questions some of the attendees had when I spoke to them, is that many folks out there are...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2004 - Custom Placeholder Server Control Sample Code and Sample Installer

    At TechEd, in one of my sessions, I developed a custom placeholder server control. Here's the sample code that I promised. Custom placeholder server controls empower developers to provide a richer publishing experience. The placeholder framework in MCMS 2002 is one of the best things about the product...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2004 - Creating a Posting with a Web Service Sample Code

    At TechEd 2004 in Amsterdam this year, I presented a couple sessions covering MCMS and SPS topics. In one of my sessions, I demonstrated how InfoPath Forms could be used to allow users to publish content to MCMS. Some customers want this functionality for a the following reasons: The Authoring...
  • Blog Post: TechEd Amsterdam

    Copenhagen -> Amsterdam. Tomorrow, I travel to Amsterdam for TechEd. I'm going to be presenting 3 sessions next week on MCMS/SPS. The sesssions are as follows. If you're going to be at TechEd Amsterdam, come by and say hello! Content Management Server 2002 Connector for SharePoint Technologies...
  • Blog Post: TechEd 2004: MCMS Connector for SharePoint Technologies

    I'm presenting a break-out session at 5:30pm in room 7AB on May 26th. If you're at TechEd, want to say hello or even learn a little bit about how you can integrate SharePoint Products and Technologies w/ MCMS, attend the session! Of course, this assumes you are familiar with MCMS and WSS/SPS.
  • Blog Post: MCMS Connector for SharePoint Technologies

    We're currently hosting a Portals and Integration Airlift for partners here in the Seattle area. As part of this airlift, we're providing training in the form of hands-on labs for the Beta version of MCMS Connector for SharePoint Technologies (codenamed Spark). In the next few weeks, we'll be posting...
  • Blog Post: WW Partner Conference Session on Portals

    I'm presenting my session at the World Wide Partner Conference on October 10th from 3:30pm to 4:30pm. The session title is Exploring Portal Solutions with e-Business Servers and SharePoint Technologies. The session description is as follows: Microsoft offers complete portal solutions to address...
  • Blog Post: WW Partner Conference

    I will be speaking at the World Wide Partner Conference, October 9-11, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center (MCC) in New Orleans, LA. I'm giving a talk about portal solutions using SPS and the E-Business Server products (CMS, CS). I'll specifically be focusing on futures like the upcoming integration...
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