The SharePoint Guys

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  • Blog Post: Managing Different Styles of Development Team (Part 2 of 2)

    This is the second part that looks at different styles of SharePoint development teams. The premise is that not all teams have the same attributes. Well, no surprise there. You can find part 1 here: Managing Different Styles of Development Team (Part 1) The two attributes of the team that we’ve...
  • Blog Post: Managing Different Styles of Development Teams

    Within Microsoft Services, Solution Architects cover the full range of activities from pre-sales activities through to helping with development and deployment of projects. When we run with SharePoint development projects, we get to work with many teams. Some of them are very experienced with SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: On Gardens and Governance (4th post)

    This is the last in a series of posts that uses the analogy that looking after SharePoint in your organization is a little like looking after a garden. Without some form of control over it, it will quickly deteriorate and end up as something that is neither a pleasure to use nor something from which...
  • Blog Post: On Gardens and Governance (3rd post)

    This is the third in a series of posts that plays around with the idea that looking after SharePoint in your organization is a little like looking after a garden. We've been looking at the need for on-going governance of a SharePoint environment by way of an analogy: garden maintenance. Without some...
  • Blog Post: On Gardens and Governance (2nd post)

    This is the second in a series of posts that plays around with the idea that looking after SharePoint in your organization is a little like looking after a garden. Without some form of control over it, it will quickly deteriorate and end up as something that is neither a pleasure to use nor something...
  • Blog Post: On Gardens and Governance

    Just as a garden needs continual maintenance in order to maintain its appearance, so also SharePoint deployments need continual governance in order to maintain their effectiveness. Rather than explain the "what" of SharePoint Governance, this series of blog posts looks at the "why" and the "how"....
  • Blog Post: Callum Shillan

    Callum has over 25 years' experience in the IT industry. Most of this has been involved in the provision of professional services in the design and development of large scale systems. During his career, Callum has worked in product support, software development and systems design. This has allowed him...
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