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SharePoint Conference 2008 – Will You Be There?

I know a lot of people are disappointed that the 2008 SharePoint Conference in Seattle is SOLD OUT.  If you are one of the lucky ones who made your reservations early, there are some great sessions and after-hours events going on that week.   For a complete list of sessions, go here:   SharePoint Conference […]

DFW SharePoint Community Meeting Tuesday Feb. 18th

Has it been month already?  Wow.  Where does the time go?  In any event, don’t forget to drop by the DFW SharePoint Community meeting on Tuesday the 18th of February (yeah, I know that’s tomorrow, but you still have time to cancel that trip to the dentist and come get some free grub).    We’ll […]

SharePint by Night at SPC 2008

Boy have I been busy lately.  I don’t know whether I’m coming or going.  But I do know one place I’ll be going in about two weeks – the SharePint by Night event at SharePoint Conference 2008!  Hosted by the ever popluar duo of Bob Fox and Andrew Connell, this will be a great opportunity […]

Silverlight Display Web Part and Why You Should Always Do Least Priveleged Testing

A few weeks ago I whipped up a quick display web part for Silverlight projects and posted it for download.  I was in a hurry just to get something done and thought I’d share it for everyone who might need it but, alas, I failed to completely test it.  When I enabled anonymous access for […]

Announcing Sonar Lite – Performance Measurement for SharePoint

One of the most frustrating aspects of SharePoint administration and development is the inability to get any sort of granular performance metrics for page objects (especially web parts).  SharePoint can be a finicky beast – configure a setting wrong here, make the wrong object model call there, and performance slows to a crawl.  Identifying which objects on […]