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.

May, 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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    Deck I used for ArcReady

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    I just got reminded that I promised to get the ArcReady deck up after Dallas, but got distracted by some internal planning meetings.  So here it is - http://www.slideshare.net/PhilWh/architecting-for-the-client   I’ve left the speaker notes...
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    Important information on SharePoint Server 2007 based products and SP2

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    If you have installed (or are in the planning stages of installing) SP2 on any of the SharePoint Server 2007 based products (this includes Form Server, Search Server, Project Server, etc) then you NEED to head over to the SharePoint Team Blog and take...
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    Austin Nerd Night

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    Michelle connected me with the Austin Nerd Night series, and things worked out (not going to be able to make it to Maker Faire Bay Area this year :-(  ) so I’m going to be presenting on the 28th on Smart Environments.  If you’re in town, come...
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    The Online Component (How, Pt 1)

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    This is the part most people that read blogs see.  Why?  Well, it’s “The air that we breathe” – if you didn’t already have an interest in this space then you probably wouldn’t be reading this.  (Isn’t circular justification fun?) ...
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    Smart Environments Webcast Tomorrow

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    I just had a comment in Houston ArcReady this morning that I haven't blogged the signup URL for my Smart Environments webcast tomorrow. To correct that, here's the link - http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032415482&Culture...
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    Bio Post

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    Philip Wheat started out in development back when you learned from Compute Magazine (by typing in the code) and had to know something about soldering to expand your memory with most computers. When he entered college he had his eyes set on Aerospace Engineering...
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    Coding Outside the Box Series (What and Why)

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    So what’s this all about?  You may have heard me talking about this during the spring, but with all of the activity and talks during March, I’m making myself sit down and put some of it together.  The base concept of this series of posts is...
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