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January, 2008

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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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    Extranet Collaboration Toolkit for SharePoint

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    Earlier this week I received an internal newsletter announcing the release of the Extranet Collaboration Toolkit for SharePoint into beta.  This is an extract from the newsletter. "The Extranet Collaboration Toolkit for SharePoint provides authoritative...
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    STSADMWin v3/2007

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    Ronalus has posted about the release of a Windows interface version of the STSADM that works with the v3/2007 command line version of STSADM.EXE. http://blogs.msdn.com/ronalus/archive/2007/01/04/stsadmwin-has-an-2007-version.aspx
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    CodeJedi.Net one year on

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    Time to party and celebrate.  Today is the one year anniversary of me getting the CodeJedi.Net domain name.  I would like to thank Andrew Buttigieg for suggesting the name, which has because synonymous with my own. A lot has happened in the...
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    SafeControl Adder utility for SharePoint

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    Chris O'Connor has released a great little utility (SafeControl Adder) that makes deploying web parts to SharePoint environments a little easier. "...When deploying, the developer is required to “add to Safe Controls” - a bit of a tedious...
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