When one simple thing breaks, the fix is definitely gonna be more complex. But, at least I learned a few new Azure tricks!
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Working with a client the other day, I had the need to take a web application from one SP install to another. Normally, no big deal. This time, however, client has two different
So there I was, just working away and minding my own business when Visual Studio 2010 decided to throw a very nasty curve ball at me. The new SharePoint Development Tools native to
I’ve been working with this particular client for the better part of a year. During my time there, I’ve gone from 100% IT Pro style to, sometimes grudgingly, to about 75%
I use this term to describe the tendency of enterprises to look at products not for what they offer but for what we need to move around. It’s like fitting square pegs
We’ve talked before about me not being a coder, but I saw this the other day and actually found myself trying this out in Linux land. It was moderately hard to understand
By all accounts, I’m not a developer. Not “really” a developer anyway. I do code, when needed and I find that I can articulate my code with decent patterns if not syntax
Saw this very interesting post from Dr. Z’s blog located here [http://bit.ly/cqnNQe] about using the Windows Data Protection API inside of SharePoint to secure data. It is a little
Let’s be real for a sec. Developing on the SharePoint 2007 platform is more than a bit of a pain. Despite all of MS’s and other folks efforts, it is just