Office   SharePoint   & .NET Development
Erika Ehrli

Browse by Tags

  • Blog Post: Extending the Outlook Social Connector

    I am one of those persons who has 25 apps running at the same time. I always have multiple instances of Explorer, VS, Office docs, and other apps running at all times. The one app I never close and I frequently visit is Outlook. One of the neat new additions to Outlook 2010 is the the Outlook Social...
  • Blog Post: New: Office Developer Atlas

    The Office Product Marketing group has released a new Silverlight-based training set to introduce you to developer investments in 2010 including VBA, Fluent UI, and the Office Backstage. The app was released yesterday to MSDN and you can access it from this link: http://www.microsoft.com/resources...
  • Blog Post: Links and Toys of the Week (June 8, 2009)

    Here’s a few toys and great reads that have kept me entertained for the last couple weeks: IIS SEO Toolkit Beta Now Available! If you manage a personal or company Web site and haven’t heard about this yet, get ready to be amused. The IIS team released last week the IIS Search Engine Optimization...
  • Blog Post: Open XML Format SDK 2.0: Getting Started Best Practices

    The Open XML Format allows you to generate, manipulate, or pull data from Word 2007, Excel 2007, and PowerPoint 2007 files. If you are working with Microsoft-based solutions, you can generate, manipulate, and pull data from documents using the following tools and technologies: Notepad: Yes you...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Office Developer Center on Twitter: Office and SharePoint News for Developers

    I’ve been experimenting with Twitter for the last couple of months and I am quite addicted to it now. I love the fact that you can get real time news and chat with so many people from the community. SharePointDev , emilysc , ninar ,and ricalo have been my Twitter mentors and got me deep into the addiction...
  • Blog Post: Office 2007 and SharePoint Technical Content in your own Language

    A long time ago I blogged about Office developer resources in your own language . Ever since, we have seen the need for “Office Technical Content” in multiple languages. For example, in countries like Russia or France, developers and IT professionals create great SharePoint solutions and deployments...
  • Blog Post: Top Office 2007 & SharePoint Articles, Downloads, Visual How-tos, and Portal Pages

    I've spent the last few days pulling 2008 metrics for Office & SharePoint developer content. It's quite interesting to see what flavor of chocolates devs pick at the candy store . The Office System is an umbrella of products and technologies . Popular picks from the...
  • Blog Post: Links for January 9th 2009: LINQ for Office Developers, Office and Open XML Poster Downloads

    Here is a list on links that I want to share with you. LINQ for Office Developers Some Office solutions require that you work with XML. Open XML documents, SharePoint, and InfoPath are great samples. LINQ to XML is an in-memory XML programming interface that enables you to modify XML documents...
  • Blog Post: Office Developer Community Submitted Content

    I believe that people who have an opportunity to work with the field own an incomparable wealth of knowledge. MVPs, partners, consultants, and developers learn through experience all the technical details needed to design, develop, and deploy line-of-business solutions. Some of this people are really...
  • Blog Post: Tech Ed 2007 - Open XML File Formats booth: Part 1

    If you couldn't make it to TechEd - or even if you did - check out Virtual TechEd . I loved attending Tech Ed this year because I had a chance to be at the Open XML File Formats booth and chat with MVPs and developers that are really passionate about this technology. It was great week to be there...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the New Open XML Object Model - CTP

    What a day at Tech ED! Today Doug Mahugh announced during his session the new Open XML Object Model and Brian Jones has a must see post in his blog . The Open XML object model encapsulates many common tasks that developers perform on Open XML packages, so you can perform complex operations with just...
  • 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: InfoPath 2007 training labs + Office 2007 PIA

    I love training labs because they are always great walkthroughs that show you how to get started with new features. Today I can share with you some labs that are available online. The InfoPath team and Mark Roberts from my group worked on authoring and publishing a new set of InfoPath 2007...
  • Blog Post: New SQL Server 2005 Data Mining Add-ins for Office 2007

    I love tools that help integrate data from SQL Server with Office programs. I just learned about a new one via JamieMac's WebLog ... Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Data Mining Add-ins for Microsoft Office 2007 (Data Mining Add-ins) allow you take advantage of SQL Server 2005 predictive analytics in...
  • Blog Post: The redesigned Office Online site is live!

    This is an absolute MUST SEE. You should visit the new redesigned Office Online site! http://www.office.microsoft.com The site has a new information architecture and a very cool Ribbon-like UI. It also provides personalization and tons of how-to topics to help you work with all Office versions. I...
  • Blog Post: Want a video blog?

    Videos are great eye candy for Web sites and blogs are the latest .com most popular content. So now imagine having them together. According to WIKIPEDIA , a blog that includes video is better known as Vlog and vlogging is the latest trend in blogging. The reason is simple: a lot of people love videos...
Page 1 of 1 (16 items)