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  • Blog Post: Water Cooler Interviews with Arpan Shah and Tom Rizzo

    At the SharePoint Conference 2009, I had the privilege to interview both Tom Rizzo, Senior Director for SharePoint, and Arpan Shah, Director for SharePoint. These interviews contain some great information about the roadmap for .NET 4 and SharePoint, Azure and cloud storage, and our increased capability...
  • Blog Post: Water Cooler Interview – Shane Young

      I recently had the pleasure of interviewing SharePoint MVP Shane Young on The Water Cooler show on Channel9 .  This was a really fun interview, as Shane is pretty animated.  Mr. Young is the owner of SharePoint911.com , a consulting company that focuses on SharePoint.  Beyond the...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint and Workflow Resources

    This post provides a list of resources for SharePoint, Windows Workflow Foundation, and using WF with SharePoint. I was lucky enough to present to the Wells Fargo developer group today on “SharePoint Workflows”.  If you read my blog, you might know that I recently posted a screencast on developing...
  • Blog Post: Water Cooler Demo: SharePoint state machine workflows

    I’ve posted a new video to Channel9… SharePoint Visual Studio state machine workflows for escalations and timeouts . After I went through the learning process of creating a set of screencasts focused on SharePoint development, a few things became evident.  I don’t like the name of the series, and...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint for Developers Part 6 – Custom web services

    Part 6 of the SharePoint for Developers series is posted to Channel9, this one focusing on creating custom web services in SharePoint .  For reference, here are the links to the previous 5 screencasts in this series so far. Introducing Visual Studio Extensions for Windows SharePoint Services (VSeWSS...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint for Developers Part 5 – Columns, Content Types, and Lists

    Part 5 of the SharePoint for Developers screencast series is posted to Channel9, this session focuses on creating custom field controls, content types, and lists . Previous screencasts can be accessed at http://channel9.msdn.com/niners/kirke .  Honestly, there’s no code to really post here. ...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint for Developers Part 4 – Consuming SharePoint Web Services from Silverlight

    Part 4 of the SharePoint for Developers screencast series has been posted to Channel9… this one focusing on calling SharePoint Web Services from a Silverlight client application . Show Me the Code! I started by creating a list in SharePoint based off the Links template called “SharePointSites”. ...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint for Developers Part 3 – Expression Blend and Silverlight

    Part 3 of the SharePoint for Developers screencast series is posted to Channel9, “ Expression Blend and Silverlight ”. In part 1 of this series, I introduced Visual Studio Extensions for Windows SharePoint Services 1.3 (VSeWSS).  In part 2 , we used VSeWSS to expose SharePoint lists as JSON data...
  • Blog Post: Consuming SharePoint Lists via AJAX

    I’ve done a bit of work with customers interested in consuming SharePoint data without using the SharePoint web services.  A common request asks how to consume the data from JavaScript. Turns out the answer is easy when you develop a custom feature. I created a companion screencast on Channel9 that...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Developer Series Part 1: Introducing VSeWSS 1.3

    I just posted Part 1 of a series of SharePoint for Developers screencasts that show developers how to use the Visual Studio Extensions for Windows SharePoint Services 1.3 to build and deploy assets for SharePoint.  In this screencast, I focus mainly on the deployment aspects of VSeWSS 1.3 that are...
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