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.

March, 2009

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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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    Photosynths for SxSWi

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    I’m putting up my photos for SxSWi as synths, if you’re interested, you can find them at http://photosynth.net/Search.aspx?query=sxsw
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    Free Book chapter on MVC for ASP.Net

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    I feel like Stanley S. (I can’t spell) on UHF screaming “Free toy inside! Free toy inside!” but Rob Vettor passed on the info and I had to post it.  If you’re interested in MVC and doing ASP.Net, you can find a great end-to-end tutorial on using...
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    If you’re not already in town for SxSWi (or may be if you even are.)

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    Amazon has a free sampler of the Music you'll hear at SxSWm - you can grab it here and put it on your Zune for that flight down.  (Well I guess you could put it on another MP3 player as well... Like your Kindle or something.)
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    BizSpark Program Guide for Startups

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    I’ll be talking tomorrow at the Sustainable Startup event hosted by Green Technology Alliance.  For those following my blog – here’s a bit of homework for in the morning.  There’s a great overview of the BizSpark program here .  I’ll be...
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    Phil response time slow, but it gets there.

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    Matt has been on me to get pictures of some of my old SharePoint SWAG up, and I finally took the time to do it.  You can find the pictures below or on my Facebook photo album.  These are a set of toy cars that were part of the TechEd 2003 event...
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    I’ve always loved the Vision videos.

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    You might have figured that out about me, I’ve been a fan since even before the original .Net launch vision videos.  Well, Office Labs dropped out another one of them last week – you can see the envisioning video here or the full series here . ...
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    Startups everywhere

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    I had a nice little blog post I was working up about StartupCamp Austin this past weekend (I still want to work up some more there- it was a great camp) but it seems like I'm getting swamped by Startup activities these days.  Saturday was a great...
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    .Net Dojo on Monday

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    If you’re working with Silverlight or have been thinking about it and are in Austin next Monday, .Net Dojo is going to be in town talking about how to take advantage of Silverlight in your projects.  Todd Anglin will be speaking (a key presenter...
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    SxSWi is hurtling towards us.

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    So in that spirit, I’m going to be posting events and activities as they come on my radar.  I’ve got some more details for both PhizzPop and Austin BarCamp, but I just got the word on this, and since my local Gamers always like to hear about where...
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    Delicious Tags

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    Chris has convinced me that Delicious is useful – not just for me keeping track of my own bookmarks but to get information out without re-posting or having things get stale.  For that end, I’ve re-discovered my account and have put up a tag cloud...
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    Architecting for the Cloud is right around the corner!

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    I’m behind on some of my event posts, but I was asked enough about when ArcReady is coming back around that I thought I need to drop it in pronto!  This ArcReady tour is starting in St Louis (Clint gets to be the point guy) but it’s coming to Austin...
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