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: Startup Weekend Dallas coming up FAST

    On the Startup theme, Startup Weekend Dallas will be in 2.5 weeks.  Again, information at http://dallas.startupweekend.org/ – there will be a LOT of people around that you recognize from the BizSpark crowd!
  • Blog Post: Startup Weekend Tulsa NEXT WEEKEND

    For all those that were asking, just a reminder that the first Startup weekend Tulsa is happening next weekend.  More info at http://tulsa.startupweekend.org/ Also, come out to Tulsa TechFest this Saturday, StartupWeekend will be involved there as well.
  • Blog Post: Just a reminder – Headspring Continuous Integration class tomorrow!

    We’ve got the Headspring Event tomorrow here in Austin – 1-5pm at the Austin Microsoft office.  You can find the details tonight at ADNUG or at the event link: http://www.headspringsystems.com/services/agile-training/continuous-integration/
  • 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: Smart Environments/Green IT

    Just uploaded the deck I used today at the Green IT sessions here in Austin – it’s a slightly modified version of my Nerd Night presentation that I had neglected to push up.  I’ll use this post as a placeholder for any comments or discussions as well. Deck at Smart Environments More links and posts...
  • Blog Post: Deck I used for ArcReady

    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 in, and you can find the videos I used at http://www...
  • Blog Post: Austin Nerd Night

    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 down to 6th street and hear both my talk on Bits...
  • Blog Post: Smart Environments Webcast Tomorrow

    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=en-US I'll be chatting about how connected systems...
  • Blog Post: GameCamps coming to Austin June-Aug.

    With me living in Austin, I get to hear (and talk) about game development a lot.  If you don’t know, Austin is the MMORPG development capital of the world.  (To go along with the Live Music Capital thing.)  Well, there are game design graduate degrees, and college courses in development...
  • Blog Post: Omar is leading the DFW Startup Weekend!

    You can get some more info at http://startupweekend.com/groups/metro-dfw – details are forming up, but it’s going to be a GREAT event!
  • Blog Post: SharePoint TechFest 2009 next month in Dallas

    SharePoint Products and Technologies provide enterprise-scale capabilities that enable you to meet business-critical needs, manage content and business processes, simplify how people find and share information across boundaries and drive the right business decisions.  SharePoint TechFest is a one...
  • Blog Post: ArcReady Sessions are coming up again very soon.

    Architecting for the Client Tier The client (or presentation) tier of our applications is taking on an increasingly important role. Users are expecting more compelling user interfaces, but they also want more functionality from their applications. In this ArcReady we examine how to design and deliver...
  • Blog Post: Brian Harry - Visual Studio Team System 2010 - 30 April 2009 @ 19:30 GMT

      Brian Harry is a Microsoft Technical Fellow who is the Product Unit Manager for TFS, and has been working on TFS since its inception in 2002. He has plenty of experience in working with source control systems - prior to working on TFS he formed One Tree Software back in 1992 and developed SourceSafe...
  • Blog Post: April Linked In User Group meeting.

    Our April Speaker is going to be Greg Low. He’s a Microsoft MVP from down under. Here is some information: Developers like queries that are very constrained. Users don’t. In this session, Greg will show how iFTS in SQL Server 2008 allows developers to build systems that answer the queries the users really...
  • Blog Post: MVC release under OSI approved License!

    No April Fool’s here – check out Scot Guthrie’s latest blog post.  MVC Framework from Microsoft has been released under the the OSI approved MS-PL license.   You can read all about it at http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2009/04/01/asp-net-mvc-1-0.aspx
  • Blog Post: Photosynths for SxSWi

    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
  • Blog Post: If you’re not already in town for SxSWi (or may be if you even are.)

    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.)
  • Blog Post: BizSpark Program Guide for Startups

    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 covering the details in my talk, but if you want...
  • Blog Post: Startups everywhere

    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 event with plenty of briefings, pitches, and super...
  • Blog Post: .Net Dojo on Monday

    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 in our MSDN Developer’s Conference) on one of his...
  • Blog Post: SxSWi is hurtling towards us.

    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 the Frag Dolls are going to be, here’s the lowdown...
  • Blog Post: Architecting for the Cloud is right around the corner!

    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 the following week – March 10th (just in time...
  • Blog Post: Austin CodeCamp date announced

    The 2009 Austin Code Camp date has been announced.  It's going to be May 30th, you can find the details and registration links at http://austincodecamp.blogspot.blog .
  • Blog Post: OK, I missed it again this year

    Procrastination does fill up your calendar I've found and I didn't block off this weekend aggressively enough, so I won't be able to attend BIL this weekend, but the BIL plane from Austin is heading that way so I thought I'd point out that there will be a lot of online coverage of the event.  I...
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