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.

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  • Blog Post: Smart for Who? Connected Devices and You SxSW Interactive Session

    In the spirit of completeness, I wanted to make a few comments about my other session I submitted for SxSWi- “ Smart for Who? ”  This session really came out of looking around my office and working spaces and really noting not only how connected all those “impulse electronics” and “entertainment...
  • Blog Post: Your Brain in the Cloud SxSW Interactive Session.

    I’ve had a couple of people ask me (and a couple of people not ask, but given their own spin on the title) and so I thought I’d do a bit more commentary on my “Brain” session submission. From the site (“ Your Brain in the Cloud ”), you’ll see the description as: Workflows, Agents, Bots... Not only is...
  • Blog Post: Private Cloud Architecture to be discussed at Worldwide Partner Conference in July

    It’s been up a couple of days, but I just saw a tweet fly past about it.  If you check out session CI011 on the session track ( https://www.mspartnerconference.com/public/sessionlist.aspx?keyword=CI011 ) you’ll see that there’s some great information about the Infrastructure strategy behind Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Michael’s Networking Toolkit for Micro Framework

    While I’m looking at my Micro Framework notes, I wanted to push this one out as well.  over at CodePlex ( http://mftoolkit.codeplex.com ) you can find Michael’s toolkit for networking Micro Framework boards.  To get your interest, let me just quote directly from the latest release notes: Web...
  • Blog Post: Why pay $300 for a programmable Remote Control when you can make one yourself?

    Pavel sent this to me a while ago, but I haven’t been keeping up.  You know those super expensive universal all in one programmable remotes?   Well he put together one all on his own, the great part is that he can can keep adding to it or tie it into other systems to work.  On his...
  • Blog Post: Robotics Developer Studio R2 just released

    Just in time for BrickWorld this weekend, Release 2 of Robotics Developer Studio has just come out.  You can watch the release video here , pick up the express edition at the download center , and visit the updated robotics site off the main Microsoft page . Oh, and the Standard edition update is...
  • Blog Post: The Embedded Processor Components (How, Pt 2)

    This has been a long post in arriving.  Why?  I keep finding new stuff to throw into the project.  I’ll do some of the major items right now, but there will be more as we go along – there’s a LOT going on in the embedded and low power processor and sensor spaces. Let’s start with the processors...
  • Blog Post: The Online Component (How, Pt 1)

    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?)  Anyway, the online components that I’m starting with...
  • Blog Post: Coding Outside the Box Series (What and Why)

    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 that if you want to be be your most effective in architecting...
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