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  • Blog Post: Build Session: Understanding Authentication and Permissions with Apps for SharePoint and Office

    I am privileged to present at the Build 2013 conference Understanding Authentication and Permissions with Apps for SharePoint and Office .  This session focuses on helping you to understand what an app principal is, how they are registered, and how OAuth is used with Office 365 to provide authentication...
  • Blog Post: How to Allow Only Users Who Have a Community Badge to Your SharePoint 2013 Site

    This post will show how you can secure a web site based on if a user has been given a badge in a SharePoint 2013 community site. Badges and Reputation in SharePoint 2013 Community Sites SharePoint 2013 Community Sites provide a new set of features to implement game theory, or gamification. One...
  • Blog Post: How I Became a SharePoint 2010 MCM

    I recently attained the Microsoft Certified Master for SharePoint 2010 certification.  I have long wanted to write about the experience, but honestly didn’t know how to begin.  After quite a few conversations with friends and colleagues, I thought I would share some insight about the process...
  • Blog Post: What Every SharePoint Admin Needs to Know About Host Named Site Collections

    This post intends to tell you everything you need to know about host named site collections so that you can decide if they are appropriate for your environment.  This post is NOT telling you to run out and create everything as host named site collections in SharePoint, instead it is meant to help...
  • Blog Post: Control Access to SharePoint Designer

    You will often want to control who has access to use SharePoint Designer on your site.  There are a number of ways to control who has permission, you will need to determine the combination that applies to your intended use of the site and your governance policy. Determine Your Information Architecture...
  • Blog Post: Outlook Social Connector for Facebook

      The Microsoft Outlook Social Connector Provider for Facebook is now available! I’ll admit, I am a huge Facebook fan.  I have come to use it more than any other social network.  That’s why I was excited to see the Outlook Social Connector for Facebook announced.  I installed it,...
  • Blog Post: Deck from SharePointPro 2010 Summit – Developer Best Practices

    Thanks to everyone who attended the SharePoint 2010 Developer Best Practices talk at the SharePointPro 2010 Summit and Expo conference.  As promised, the deck has been uploaded.  Get it here . http://cid-09d5ededfee6c24b.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/Presentations/SPPro%20SharePoint%20Development...
  • Blog Post: Presence in SharePoint 2010

    One of the cool new features of SharePoint 2010 is the integration with Exchange 2010 and Office Communications Server 2007 R2.  If your list has a field of type Person, hovering over it will provide the following popup. Click on the status icon (I call it the Skittle) and the display provides more...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint and Web Content Management: Using SharePoint for Public Sites

    I was fortunate last fall to attend a week long training class by the amazing Mr. Todd Baginski that showed off the AdventureWorks Travel Site sample.  This is a fantastic sample that shows various extensibility points needed to build SharePoint on the web sites.  Even more, the MSSharePointDeveloper...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Social Computing – NewsGator Social Sites

    I just posted a new Channel9 interview about NewsGator Social Sites.    I had the pleasure of talking with Brian Kellner, VP of Products for NewsGator Technologies , about the capabilities of NewsGator Social Sites .  Social Sites is an enterprise social computing platform built upon SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: The ROI of Software Made Simple

    Josh Holmes has a great post about going the the mattresses to prove ROI for your application.  His post, “ Moving From Cost center to Strategic Partner ”, is well-written and is dead on the money. During my interview process at Microsoft, my interviews focused predominantly on two themes: how do...
  • Blog Post: Creating a REST Twitter Client With WCF

    Since the TwitterSync Facebook app is broken , I wanted to have a client that updates both Twitter and Facebook statuses. This post shows how I used WCF to update statuses on Twitter. The first thing to do is to create the contract. [ServiceContract] public interface ITwitterStatus { [OperationContract...
  • Blog Post: I Need Your Help Planning for SharePoint Training

    It's time to submit our FY09 plans, and I am looking for your help. I've got a lot of really cool stuff to share with you around SharePoint this year (Enterprise Social Computing, integrating .NET 3.5 and Silverlight, creating solutions with SharePoint and Office 2007, integrating SharePoint and BI,...
  • Blog Post: The Impact of Enterprise 2.0 on the Enterprise

    When I think of the impact of Enterprise 2.0 in the next 5 years, I can't help but imagine there's a war brewing. Web 2.0 was the big love fest, can't we all just share data and get along with standards? Enterprise 2.0, by contrast, doesn't share that same vision. Today's view is, "Can't we all just...
  • Blog Post: Thanks to Lexis Nexis!

    We are about to start a great day showing technologies like .NET 3.5, Visual Studio 2008, and SharePoint technologies. I thought I'd be proactive and post the materials beforehand. Make sure to check out Rob Cameron's blog for additional information. Just about everything shown today came from the VS2008...
  • Blog Post: Digital Asset Management and IMM

    My wife says I have the humor of a 13-year old at times. Maybe she's right. I was able to interview Mark Kashman, Product Manager for Interactive Media Manager, on IMM as a Digital Asset Management (DAM) solution . I can't help but picture Beavis and Butthead, "Huh huh huh... he said DAM." Jokes aside...
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