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  • Blog Post: Do you hate SharePoint? Part 4 of 4

    If the answer is yes, could your hatred be caused by your local implementation? In this final post of our blog series we look at the last of four common problems with SharePoint implementations and how you can address them. Once again, a huge thank you to Neil MacIsaac, SharePoint MCT, for putting this...
  • Blog Post: Security requires a prison not a fortress

    Rob Labbe, Senior Security Program Manager at Microsoft challenges us to think about security in a new way: does it matter if someone gets in to your system if you stop them from taking anything out?   One of the best parts of doing webcasts is people often ask you questions you hadn’t quite thought...
  • Blog Post: Do you hate SharePoint? Part 3 of 4

    If the answer is yes, could your hatred be caused by your local implementation? In this blog series we look at four common problems with SharePoint implementations and how you can address them. We continue our series by Neil McIsaac , SharePoint MCT, for putting this together. Happy reading! If you missed...
  • Blog Post: My love affair with Visual Studio: Error Correction

    I have been working with Visual Studio for years, and I’ve found a few tricks along the way that make my coding easier. In this blog post I’ll show one of my favourite time savers the Error Correction feature. When you are writing code for a form or a class as part of a team, or even if you are just...
  • Blog Post: Do you hate Sharepoint? Part 2 of 4

    If the answer is yes, could your hatred be caused by your local implementation? In this second part of our blog series we continue to explore four common problems with SharePoint implementations and how you can address them. Once again, a huge thank you to Neil McIsaac , SharePoint MCT, for putting this...
  • Blog Post: Want Your Presentation to Rock? Hook Your Audience Early!

    Scores of fabulous speakers are working their way from Toronto to Vancouver to Montreal as part of TechDays delivering great content to technical professionals. Whether it’s TechDays, a client meeting, or a lunch and learn with co-workers, all of us are called upon to present from time to time . When...
  • Blog Post: Exam Taking Tips for Certification

    For many people taking an exam can be really stressful. In this blog post I’d like to see if I can take some of the fear away from taking that exam. This is the final post in my series on How to get certified. Before you take the exam you should complete the first 3 steps. Let’s be clear, I said before...
  • Blog Post: By The Way There is Still No Documentation…

    A couple of weeks ago I talked about the challenges of finding up to date documentation and showed you how to generate dependency graphs to help you figure out the structure of your code using Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Edition. This week I want to show you another useful feature in Visual Studio 2010...
  • Blog Post: By The Way There Is No Documentation…

    Have you ever been asked to make changes or fixes to someone else’s code ? Do any of these scenarios sound familiar? A developer leaves the team and now you have to continue with their code. A consulting company develops an application and then your company decides to do the maintenance themselves to...
  • Blog Post: Another Meeting! Who Really Needs to Attend?

    Have you ever been to a meeting where part way through you thought to yourself “I do not need to be here”? It’s happened to all of us. I once asked my husband exactly what he does at work. He thought about it for a minute and answered “I go to meetings.” Meetings are everywhere! Now don’t get me wrong...
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