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  • Blog Post: Reimagine SharePoint Development Event

    If you haven't heard, there's a new way to develop and integrate apps in SharePoint 2013. There's an event on May 20, 2013 that will go through this topic in depth. Feel free to sign up at the link below. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-US/office/apps/dn133840
  • Blog Post: Deploying DLLs– Debug vs Release

    When you’re deploying DLLs into your production SharePoint environment, it’s important to deploy DLLs built in Release mode. When you do this, you ensure the code is optimized, and are reducing the risk for performance issues. There’s a nice tool on CodePlex that will help you inspect DLLs to ensure...
  • Blog Post: Look at all of the pretty sites….

    I’m sure any SharePoint administrator who supports a reasonably sized farm struggles with the idea of how to contain the massive amount of site collections in their farm. As adoption grows, the number of site collections and the amount of data keeps growing and growing. Managing all of this data turns...
  • Blog Post: DocumentSets - DocumentSet.Create() and the properties hashtable

    I’ve been working on a small utility to do some mass document set creation for a couple of custom content types I created that inherit from the DocumentSet content type. This is a pretty easy thing to do. You just need to call the DocumentSet.Create() method, pass in the folder to create in, document...
  • Blog Post: SP2010 Developer Training Course on Channel 9

    Make sure you take some time to check out the SP 2010 developer training course on Channel 9. There’s a lot of great videos there as well as hands on labs. http://channel9.msdn.com/learn/courses/SharePoint2010Developer/
  • Blog Post: Using Team Foundation Server (TFS) for SharePoint Development

    Here's a good read for all of you developers out there. We've finally published some guidance on how to use Team Foundation Server for your SharePoint development projects . This post is LONG overdue in my opinion, but we finally have it. The following guidance should follow as well in the next few weeks...
  • Blog Post: Comparing Dates in a custom SharePoint "Tasks" List

    I had a customer question recently that required a bit of thought. They were building what essentially amounted to a glorified tasks list. They had set up numerous fields to collect details, but the two of concern are Due Date and Completion Date. By using these two dates, they wanted to be able to report...
  • Blog Post: New SharePoint Developer Site

    A couple of weeks ago we released a new website for SharePoint that caters to devleopers. If you're a developing on SharePoint, or thinking about it, check this site out. http://www.mssharepointdeveloper.com/
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Web Content Management

    I had the opportunity to attend a class given by Andrew Connell of the Ted Pattison group last week at Microsoft's Las Colinas (Dallas) campus. Andrew's class closely followed the content of his new book titled Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development: Building Publishing Sites...
  • Blog Post: Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Tools: Visual Studio 2008 Extensions, Version 1.2 Released

    I know I'm a little late to the party with this one, but we released the 1.2 version of VSeWSS in eary June. This adds support for VS 2008. Unfortunately, no 64 bit support. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=7BF65B28-06E2-4E87-9BAD-086E32185E68&displaylang=en Overview...
  • Blog Post: Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Tools: Visual Studio 2005 Extensions User Guide, Version 1.1 Released

    Today we released the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Tools: Visual Studio 2005 Extensions User Guide, Version 1.1 . It covers the following... This is the User Guide, Samples and Walkthroughs for the tools for developing custom SharePoint applications with the Visual Studio 2005 extensions for Windows...
  • Blog Post: Loading .NET UserControls inside of SharePoint Webparts

    I frequently get questions regarding the use of usercontrols with in SharePoint WebParts. Someone often has a usercontrol they'd like to reuse inside of SharePoint. Sometimes developers like being able to use the designer views in Visual Studio when developing WebParts. It is possible to display a user...
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