SharePoint Thinks, Links and Clinks

SharePoint TLC as in Thinks (Thoughts and Findings), Links (to other blogs, msdn, technet, etc) and Clinks (toasts about coolness?)

Browse by Tags

Tagged Content List
  • Blog Post: Free Beer! oops, Free SharePoint Code Analysis Tool Available

    http://blogs.msdn.com/b/torstenmandelkow/archive/2013/10/08/free-sharepoint-code-analysis-tool-available.aspx has a post regarding SPCop, a Visual Studio Extension to analyze SharePoint code. Analyzes the following objects from SharePoint solutions (.wsp) for SharePoint 2007 / 2010 / 2013 and SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: 101 Coding Examples for SharePoint 2010 now available on MSDN

    If you are new to developing SharePoint applications, or would like to have some examples available, head on over to http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/SharePoint-2010-101-Code-da251182 and download the Sample Pack. “Each code sample is part of the SharePoint 2010 101 code samples project. These samples...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Development Tools - SharePoint Development Wiki - SharePoint Dev Wiki

    Great list of tools to make your SharePoint Development, Deployment, Debugging, Debunking very Delightful. SharePoint Development Tools - SharePoint Development Wiki - SharePoint Dev Wiki
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server | Developer Best Practices | Develop | tips, customization

    Recently updated information for you and your developers from MSDN! Enjoy Find up-to-date guidance about how to write Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 applications and customizations that perform well, avoid common pitfalls, and best use the features of the SharePoint object model. Microsoft Office...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog : SharePoint Designer available as a free download

    Needed to wait until after April 1st to post this or people would not just say “Yeah Right!” SharePoint Designer available as a free download Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog : SharePoint Designer available as a free download
  • Blog Post: Which WSS 3.0 / MOSS 2007 site Template is right for me?

    Another common question on which templates is the best for me? I like the blank one to start with, however, there are some “users” we have the pleasure of dissecting requirements from that I will make sure that I share this information with in the future. Even with some that are not in the “users” category...
  • Blog Post: Ramp Up (No Evel Knievel suites required) – free online-learning for developers

    Ramp Up ( www.MyRampUp.com ) is a free online learning program for developers. We’ve just launched a new track: SharePoint for Developers, Part 2 . This track, along with the other currently offered ones (eg, Visual Studio 2008), teaches the important skills in a guided path , making the learning process...
  • Blog Post: UPDATED : Best Practices: Common Coding Issues When Using the SharePoint Object Model

    One of the main resources to visit when developing applications for SharePoint was updated this month (Feb 2009). Go update your favorites and read away. “ Conclusion To ensure that your SharePoint system performs at its best, you need to be able to answer the following questions about the code you write...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint+PowerShell is (Usually) a Perfect Match - Zach Rosenfield's SharePoint Blog

    Oh my, as I read through Zach’s post, it hit me like a ton of bricks. Not really, but I have been stuck on lyrics lately. The post was very eye opening and one that you need to review if you are using PowerShell and SharePoint. Heck, if you are using PowerShell and any .Net objects that should be Disposed...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Web Platform

    “Make Web, Not War” If you are interested in setting up a development environment for learning web development and have been a little overwhelmed with the options and steps to install the tools. Check out the Microsoft Web Platform site.   From the site, to wet you appetite. “ Overview The Web Platform...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Guidance in Patterns and Practices

    Thinks “ Summary This guidance helps architects and developers design, build, test, deploy and upgrade SharePoint intranet applications. A reference implementation that is named the Contoso Training Management application demonstrates solutions to common architectural, development, and application lifecycle...
  • Blog Post: Sample code acceptance checklist for IT organizations with emphasis on SharePoint

    Thinks I get the this question on a very frequent basis. In fact, I ask myself quite frequently as well what should be checked for in order to bless SharePoint code for acceptance? The following snippet from the TechNet page sums up the reason we need to be looking at the quality of the code in the first...
  • Blog Post: Using Team Foundation Server to Develop Custom SharePoint Products and Technologies Applications

    Thinks There is a great resource on MSDN that dives into using Team Foundation Server as part of your development toolset and practices for development of SharePoint applications. What are some things you could use this for? Glad you asked as it is in the article. The following is a list of common SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Limiting Your SharePoint Objects with PowerShell

    Thinks Darrin Bishop has another post on using PowerShell (my not so new techno love flame, will, not Darrin but PowerShell) with SharePoint (my super-duper zealous techno love flame.) As you will find, using PowerShell to return information from the SharePoint Object Model will give you more than want...
  • Blog Post: How to install Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 SP1 on Vista x64/x86 - The Bamboo Team Blog

    Thinks The Bamboo Team has released a tool at the link below that allows you to install Windows SharePoint Services v 3.0 Service Pack 1 on Vista x64/x86 SP1. I have heard that this is much faster than running on your VPC and I am going to give it a try. I really like having a VPC running, however, I...
  • Blog Post: Webcasts that will allow you to use Visual Studio 2008: Develop at Light Speed on the Latest Platforms

    Thinks Not quite the new High Definition Quality action packed thriller of Harold and Kumar escape from Guantanamo Bay, but more people will be able to learn from the web casts and develop at “light” speed. Uh, maybe a little faster than the speed they currently are, but developing at the...
  • Blog Post: Don’t get stung with your hand in the hive : Modifying Built-In SharePoint Files

    Thinks A great analogy for this would be along the lines of don’t put your hands in the hive if you don’t want to get stung! In other words, be extremely careful in modifying the built-in SharePoint files. “From the MSDN site Link (emphasis added) Technical Details Except for a few...
  • Blog Post: Follow the buzz to the hive, the 12 hive that is : "12 Folder" From Here!

    Thinks If you have been using Microsoft SharePoint technologies for a while, you are wise to the ways of the magical “12 hive” a.k.a. “12 folder” a.k.a. “C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\web server extensions\12\BIN”. With some magic of the registry,...
  • Blog Post: Hardware Virtualization support for SharePoint products and technologies

    Thinks A common question about Microsoft SharePoint products and technologies is “Can I run a production SharePoint environment in a virtual environment?” The answer is, "It depends.” From the first kb article in the links below, Microsoft “has tested and certified Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Inside SharePoint: Building Your SharePoint Infrastructure

    Thinks The trip is worth it for the figures alone. I find myself drawing this kind of things on pieces of paper when helping out customers and people that just ask me because I work with SharePoint. Hint, if you are planning to take the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialists exams for SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: TechNet Magazine – InSide SharePoint and SharePoint Products & Technologies Listing

    Thinks I opened up the real mailbox today and there was the May 2008 TechNet magazine. I look forward to this magazine as I have found some great information and resources in the past. For those that are paper averse or just like to read on the screen, you can see the magazine at the link in Links. I...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2007 Maximum Limitations - Harsh's Blog

    Thinks As with most good things in life there are some limitations in maximum permissible size of items in Windows SharePoint Services and related items. The table below is from Harsh’s blog ( SharePoint 2007 Maximum Limitations ) and does an excellent summary of items you need to be aware of when...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight for SharePoint Blueprint

    The “Thinks” I have heard this question a few times, “Isn’t this SilverLight just lipstick on the pig?” Well, pigs lips or not (I think the not part), integration of Silverlight and SharePoint has a lot of potential for a richer and snazzier user experience. I have seen...
Page 1 of 1 (23 items)