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Erika Ehrli

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  • Blog Post: Links for January 23th 2009: Office 14 for the Web, Outlook MAPI, and more cool Office blogs

    I came across some interesting blog posts this week and here's a few links that I'd like to share with you. Office 14 for the Web Learning about Office 14 is one of the most exciting things I've been doing since I came back. I am dying to talk about so many of the great new features for developers...
  • Blog Post: My First Book: Programming Microsoft® Office Business Applications

    I think it's quite interesting how knowledge is shared nowadays. With so many blogs, online articles, how do I videos, and e-mail newsletters out there, writing/reading books seems to be just poetic. I still believe good tech books are your best friends when you are trying to get more in depth knowledge...
  • Blog Post: Office + Virtual Earth Maps

    Hi there! Long time, no blogging. Shame. I've been hiding in my cave (office) for the last month or so getting ready all the content and great news we are about to release next week at Tech Ed Developers. This time I unfortunately can't make it to the conference, but my heart has been at Tech Ed for...
  • Blog Post: OBA Sample Application Kits Release to Web!

    If you’re looking for guidance on how to integrate SAP and/or PeopleSoft into your Office applications, then the OBA Sample Application Kits are a great place to start. OBA, or Office Business Application, is a composite application that integrates line-of-business systems with the Office client (e.g...
  • Blog Post: My First PodCast: SharePoint Community Interview

    Happy Friday! I was humbled when Luis Du Solier (MOSS MVP) asked if I could do an interview for the SharePoint Community in Mexico. We did the interview over the phone and in Spanish. It really was a fun experience and I enjoyed talking a bit of what I do and sharing some pointers to great developer...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Microsoft Office Interactive Developer Map Version 2!

    We are glad to announce the release of the Microsoft Office Interactive Developer Map Version 2! The Microsoft Office Interactive Developer Map is a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application that helps developers visualize the different programs, servers, services, and tools that will help...
  • Blog Post: Office Developer Conference 2008 Post-Conference Resources

    Thanks to everyone who attended the Office Developer Conference this year! It was great seeing so many familiar faces and enthusiastic Office developers gathered once again. I have a couple links and resources that I want to share with everyone: Resources Bill Gate's Keynote Video It was...
  • Blog Post: Office Business Applications: Pricing Exception Management Solution

    If you are looking for a real-world application that showcases how to expose data from SAP using the 2007 Microsoft Office system here's one: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb977552.aspx Long story short, the Microsoft IT department designed and implemented a Price Exception Management...
  • Blog Post: 2008 Microsoft Office System Developer Conference (ODC 2008) Update

    The 2008 Microsoft Office System Developer Conference (ODC 2008) is only 9 weeks away and shaping up to be an exciting event that will redefine what Office development is all about! ODC at a Glance When: February 10-13, 2008 Where: San Jose Convention Center...
  • Blog Post: PerformancePoint Server 2007: What is it and how can I get started?

    The release of PerformancePoint Server 2007 should be of special interest for those of you who are passionate about business intelligence (BI), dashboard, and scorecard solutions. What is it? Enterprises gather data related to line-of-business (LOB) operations. Data as-is is not useful. You...
  • Blog Post: A common business need: Generating server-side documents on the fly

    I gathered a list of common Open XML questions related to programmability: What are the Open XML File Formats and what can I do with them? Can you show me the internal structure of a Word 2007 document? What are WordprocessingML, SpreadsheetML, PresentationML, and DrawingML? Do you have...
  • Blog Post: Office 2007 + WPF rocks!

    Ever since we created the Microsoft Office Interactive Developer Map I became a huge fan of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). I love that you can expose information and build custom solutions in very creative ways using WPF. If you want to learn more about WPF I recommend the following resources...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Microsoft Office Interactive Developer Map built with WPF

    You never know what surprises each day will bring to you. Two days ago I didn't know today was the day when we were finally sharing with the world our new learning tool for Office developers: The Microsoft Office Interactive Developer Map . It all started with a nice drawing in a blackboard . Next...
  • Blog Post: Office Business Applications: Financial Services

    Some time ago I was working as a consultant and most of my projects were related to financial services. Today I can identify a lot of business opportunities for the banking industry that you can address using different combinations of Office clients, servers, tools, and services. Most solutions involve...
  • Blog Post: OPML: 70 Office Development Bloggers and Counting!

    It all started with a few bloggers a little before Beta 2. People started blogging about the Ribbon, the cool ASP.NET 2.0 platform and WSS 3.0, Excel Services, the Office Open XML File Formats and InfoPath Forms Services. Lots of great features to build solutions using Office as a platform! Office...
  • Blog Post: Office Business Applications: What is it, and how can I get started?

    I’ve had this topic in my blog wish-list for a while and today is the day to talk about this. I have been listening the term “OBA” so I decided to research a bit on the topic to understand what is it and put together a list of resources that can help developers and architects get started. I realize some...
  • Blog Post: 10 News from Office DevLand

    I have been working in all sort of after Beta 2 projects and I couldn’t blog for the last two weeks. I missed my blog! While I was getting other things rolling, I kept a little blog to-do list with some things I wanted to share with you and now ten potential blog entries were turned into a single blog...
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