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My name is William Cornwill, I am the Collaboration Platform Technology Solutions Professional (TSP) for Australia and Pacific Islands. I work for Microsoft Australia.  In this capacity I support the Technical Presales activities around SharePoint. Prior to coming across to Microsoft I was working for a Gold Partner.   I am a beginner bike rider who enjoys riding with my family along the many creek trails and bike paths in Melbourne, Australia.   I recently competed in my first MTB race - 5hr enduro laps around a 9km loop and I got extremely muddy.  I also train in Goju Ryu Karate for fun and exercise and recently graded to 5th Kyu.

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    Role based templates for MOSS My Sites

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    It seems that the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technology team are keeping themselves rather busy. Not only have they published 20 Site Admin templates , they have just announced the intention to release 7 role based templates for MOSS My Sites....
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    20 Site Admin templates for WSS 3.0

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    [Via: Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Team Blog] 20 Site Admin templates are now available for public download: Board of Directors Business Performance Reporting Case Management for Government Agencies Classroom Management Clinical Trial...
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    William at Adelaide Oval

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    Last week I attended the annual SDM Away Days. This is basically two days where the company gets together, away from the office environment to discuss the strategies and direction for the next 12 months. This year there was a lot of show cases of work...
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    Essential resources for SharePoint developers

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    Previously I posted about Andrew Connell's fantastic list of resources. Well, a colleague of mine Andrew Buttigieg has pointed me in the direction of another list of essential resources; Randall Isenhour Erika Ehrli Andrew Connell MVP The Boiler Room...
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    ASP.NET AJAX - SharePoint and MCMS Kits

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    Good news the ASP.NET AJAX framework (previously known as Atlas) has been released - RTM. Other good news for the SharePoint developers is the release, by Daniel Larson , of the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions Toolkit for SharePoint . And MCMS developers haven...
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    My iMate SP5 is no longer

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    At the MEDC 2006 conference I was given a brand new iMate SP5 smart phone. Now the phone has been fantastic helping me organise my day with exchange integration being very valuable, I could keep up to date with emails, appointments and alike. Unfortunately...
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    MOSS and WSS SDK's available

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    The SharePoint Product Team have posted information regarding the official release of the RTM version of the MOSS and WSS SDK's; Download the MOSS SDK:   http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=6D94E307-67D9-41AC-B2D6-0074D6286FA9&displaylang...
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    Update MOSSIG Meeting - 24 January 2007

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    An update on the content of this months MOSSIG meeting. Unfortunately Tim Wragg will not be able to present his "Effective meetings in OneNote" show and tell session this month. Ben Walters however, has kindly agreed to deliver a show and tell...
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    MOSS/WSS Resource Summary

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    For those that do not know or have not found it, Andrew Connell, MCMS MVP has a fantastic list of resource relating to Web Content Management in MOSS. Andrew Connell (Web Content Management Links and Resources)
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    Evil Raptor has gone

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    In November 2005, Andrew Buttigieg and I created our first (and only) epic adventure "MSDN Wars - Episode I Attack of the Raptor" as a practical joke ( Check it out on MSDN Webcasts Weblog ). It is a sad day for me as I say goodbye to Evil Raptor...
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    MOSSIG Meeting - 24 January 2007

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    This months MOSSIG meeting will be at Microsoft Southbank, Level 5, 4 Freshwater Place, Southbank. The Pizza will arrive around 6:30pm. We will be having a Show and Tell session on OneNote presented by Tim Wragg and Grumpy Wookie will be presenting a...
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    Clippy lives on

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    [Via: Ed Richard ] Now that Clippy has retired, it seems that he is busier now than ever. He seems to be making appearances in all sorts of things. The Enchanted Office , is a comic strip that shows some of the reasons the interface in Office has been...
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    Document Generation using WordML (Word 2003)

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    Grumpy Wookie , Ed Richard , Andrew Buttigieg and I have been working recently on generating documents using WordML in Word 2003, here is a step wise guide to get you started. Creating documents using XML and WordML, requires two files: 1. XML file containing...
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    Happy Feet

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    I took my 4 year old daughter (Jayde) to see Happy Feet last night. The movie was very enjoyable, however, she was tired and fell asleep about 3/4 of the way through. When asked what her favourite part was, she said "All of it!", well except...
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    RSS feed has changed

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    The RSS feed for my blog is being changed over to feed burner. Please update your details to feed from the new feed Url. http://feeds.feedburner.com/CodeJediNET . For those using Outlook 2007 to feed Blogger posts you will notice that all posts are being...
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    www.codejedi.net

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    I finally got around to purchasing my own domain name so from now on my blog will be at www.codejedi.net . Thanks to Andrew Buttigieg and Grumpy Wookie for the name suggestions (well most of them), I couldn't believe that this one was available. This...
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    Vista Gadget developers

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    It seems that Vista gadgets are causing a gadget developer war at SDM. Two of my colleagues Alex Burton (blurg) and Chris O’Connor (grumpy wookie) are challenging each other on who can develop a useful Vista gadget and have the most downloads from...
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