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SharePoint 2013 on Azure IaaS– Realizing highly available public facing web sites with geo-DR and auto-failover
Update (14-Mar-2014) > The recording and presentation is now available on Channel 9 - http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint-Conference/2014/SPC312 < Update (14-Mar-2014) ----- I've been working on this topic for sometime now, and I'm happy that the solution is ready to be shared...
21 Feb 2014
SharePoint 2013, 2010, 2007 & Office 365 – Features, Editions and Plans Comparison
Ever since SharePoint 2013 is released, there's increased demand from partners and customers on feature comparison matrix between different versions of SharePoint: 2007, 2010 and 2013. They need it so that they can make informed decision about upgrading their existing SharePoint to the latest version...
20 Jan 2013
Beginning SharePoint development from zero
Recently, I got a request from one of my friend who had never worked on SharePoint to provide him resources to quickly get on speed with SharePoint. It was really tough to tell about SharePoint technologies (WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007), which is such huge and expansive area, to someone who hasn’t seen it...
23 Jun 2009
Should I Build my application in SharePoint vs. ASP.net
Many times, I get question from my customers if they should build a new application in SharePoint or ASP.net. For certain kind of applications such as Collaboration or KM Portal, Internet facing web site, intranet social networking site, applications requiring browser enabled forms or Enterprise Search...
19 Jun 2009
SharePoint (Performance, Stress ) Load Testing
Update (7-Jul-2010) I have created another post on similar lines of this post for SharePoint 2010. One thing to note is that many tools that you were using earlier such as VSTS, Fiddler, HttpWatch – they would remain same even in 2010. However, what would change mainly is the bench marks (results) that...
18 Apr 2009
Find SharePoint object type from URL
Have you come across a situation, where you get a URL and you need to identify what object type is this: SPSite, SPWeb, SPList, SPFolder, SPListItem or SPFile? I faced this multiple times. Recently, I was working on custom content deployment utility. Customer wanted a command line utility, which was...
6 Apr 2009
Handling Paging and Total Results count in SharePoint custom results page
If you are developing a custom result page, some of the key requirements (in addition to showing relevant results) that are common across many types of projects are: Showing the total number of search results based on the submitted keyword or query so that you can show some statistics like Results...
20 Feb 2009
Relationships between Moderation (Approval) status, Scheduling, Versions and Workflows
Recently, while working on a WCM project, I realized that many developers don't know that various properties of a list item (especially document library) are inter dependent and may change based on each other's values. These properties are: Moderation (Approval) status, Scheduling status, Versions Numbers...
19 Feb 2009
SharePoint Accessibility Resources
I've been working on implementing accessibility requirements for a public facing site on MOSS. Though keywords such as "SharePoint accessibility" provide a number of results on Live Search or any other engine, I had difficult time in searching the appropriate resources. Thought it would be worthwhile...
1 Dec 2008
Back to Blogging
It's been a long time (almost 18 months) since I blogged last time ... and there's been a lot of changes in this time. The key changes are: I've moved from HP to Microsoft My focus has moved from VSTS to SharePoint My blog has changed from http://sanjaynarang.wordpress.com/ to http://blogs...
10 Nov 2008
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