Phil Wheat's Knowledge Matters

This blog started out as "Developing SharePoint" but has expanded outside of that exclusive domain to a number of other areas concerning Knowledge and the various forms and representations it can take.

December, 2008

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About Phil Wheat

Formerly "Developing SharePoint", I'm reworking my blog to find a way to cover the increasing number of topics that I end up being asked about.  My core interest remains in Knowledge Management, but the more knowledge we gather and put in an actionable form, the more I get called on to comment on DOING something with that knowledge.  Thus my quest to redefine the blog and pull a common thread through the topics.

 And we'll have a Unified Field Theory any day now as well...

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    SharePoint Guidance

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    OK, I've blogged about the SharePoint Guidance pack a while ago, but there's a new version out last month.  Take a look over at http://microsoft.com/spg (SharePoint Guidance) and get some of the details from the product group and P&P guys on...
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    Wired Covers Professional Rapid Prototyping

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    Catching up on my feeds - you've seen me typing and talking about one of the interfaces where bits and atoms meet up, that being rapid prototyping.  Most of the time I'm talking about some of the "Grass Roots" efforts such as Fab@Home ...
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    Green in the new year.

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    Infoworld has a interview with a number of technology personalities on how Sustainability is going to be affected by the economic situation in the upcoming year.  It's interesting to note the diversity of opinions as to what the key factors are,...
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    SharePoint Tools for VS2010 Demoed

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    Paul Andrew has a nice write up on the TechEd EMEA Keynote that Jason Zander did.  One of the OUTSTANDING things that was shown is the SharePoint Tools component coming to Visual Studio.  You can find his post at http://blogs.msdn.com/pandrew...
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    Application Architecture Guidance Book 2.0

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    I'd meant to get this out a while ago, but things have been packed solidly for a while.  There's a new version of the Application Architecture Guidance out now - you can find the information at http://www.codeplex.com/AppArchGuide .  Don't expect...
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    OK, I am old

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    I remember when games like   ( http://www.retroist.com/2008/12/17/the-video-game-systems-of-the-1983-sears-wishbook/sears-wishbook-video-games-01/ ) were really neat! I don't see my old trusty VIC-20 there, but I think that's because these are from...
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    Update on those changes

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    My blog has moved!  The main URL's should all be the same (and I've added some newer, easier to remember ones) but permalinks and historical URL's will have changed.  I'll be moving over some of the historical posts, but probably not all - a...
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    ArcReady Slides

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    For everyone who made it to the ArcReady tour this time, thank you very much for attending.  As promised, I've uploaded the slides and have the link below for them on SlideShare.   http://www.slideshare.net/PhilWh/arc-ready-q2-blended-deck-presentation...
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    WSRP and SharePoint

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    Since SharePoint 2003 was out I've had people asking about WSRP and how SharePoint supports it.  There's always been a fairly long discussion around what WSRP actually is, and where things lined up between that standard and the SharePoint model of...
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    Just a reminder

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    For everyone that's been interested - remember that the Dare To Dream Different contest only has a couple of days left.  If you've got a great idea, get it in at http://dreamdifferentcontest.com/ and coming back from the holidays might be a good...
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