Month: July 2007

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The Five Things I Can’t Live Without

Uber SharePointer Bob Fox tagged me in the Five Things I Can’t Live Without game.  So here are the five things on my list:   1. I’m going with Bob on this one – my family.  I have the world’s best wife, who puts up with all my nonsense, late hours, constant travelling, and this […]

Performance Benchmarks for SharePoint Lists

Finally.  FINALLY.  F-I-N-A-L-L-Y!  For years I’ve been telling everyone who would listen about the negative consequences of performing looping operations in the object model (OM) against large data sets.  Our internal testing proved this to be the case.  Our customer’s experiences validated our own results.  And just plain common sense said this was a B-A-D […]

July Community Events

July is usually considered a holiday month, especially for our British friends, but there are still some good community events to put on the calendar:   July 17  DFW SharePoint Community   Location: Microsoft Las Colinas Campus Presentation: Ontolica Search for SharePoint    As a side note, I have recently been invited to join the advisory […]

BinaryWave Web Part Wrapper Now Supports AJAX

Sean just posted a new version of our web part user control wrapper with full Ajax support for download.  This will allow you to host User Controls within an update panel for AJAX-like functionaility with SharePoint.  Get it here.  Instructions for deploying the web part are also in the blog post in case you haven’t done […]