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  • Blog Post: The Scratch Custom Claims Provider

    Frequently, I find it useful to have a common starting point – what Raymond Chen describes as a “ scratch program ” (or a new scratch program , for those update-minded types). Within SharePoint, things are never that simple – a scratch SharePoint solution is an empty whiteboard, for better or for worse...
  • Blog Post: I Want You To Guess Accurately

    When estimating performance and capacity, there are no guarantees except for the guarantees that you build for yourself . This means that, despite all the documentation, no one, no piece of paper, will ever tell you how your environment is going to behave in the real world. The systems involved are too...
  • Blog Post: O' Properties, Where Art Thou?

    In software development, laziness is a virtue . The lineage of software is sometimes surprising. The fact that seemingly unrelated systems and software can exhibit the same behavior can imply relationships that - in reality - may or may not exist. That they may feel very real is an altogether different...
  • Blog Post: Multiple Authentication Methods in SharePoint 2010

    In SharePoint 2007, you were limited to a single authentication mechanism per AAM zone. With SharePoint 2010, this is still the case when dealing with "Classic" mode authentication, but in Claims-based authentication scenarios, the limitation of a signle authentication mechanism per zone is removed....
  • Blog Post: Small But Wonderful

    ASP.NET 4.0 includes a new member on the HttpResponse class - RedirectPermanent . Baked in support for issuing HTTP 301's? Yay!
  • Blog Post: ICallbackEventHandler

    ASP.NET AJAX is a piece of fundamentally enabling technology for developers; everything from partial page rending using UpdatePanels to the cross-browser compatible script library enable you to provide engaging web solutions while minimizing effort and time. Personally, I think the ASP.NET AJAX libraries...
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