Month: January 2009

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A Personal Note Regarding the SharePoint Best Practices Conference in San Diego

As most of you know, I was scheduled to speak at the SharePoint Best Practices conference in San Diego next week. Alas, it was not meant to be. My wife is eight months pregnant and has been having a rough time of it. Odds are that we’ll be welcoming a new baby girl sometime while […]

SharePoint Best Practices UK Agenda Now Available

The agenda for the UK Best Practices conference is now online. I’m really looking forward to taking the Best Practices format for a spin over the pond. If you’re considering any SharePoint-related conferences this year, this is the one to go to. There’s just no substitute for real-world solutions presented by experts who have been […]

Driving SharePoint Adoption in the Enterprise

Reading over Alex Pearce’s post regarding the BETT ’09 conference in London this week reminded me of something that’s been on my mind for a while. One of the most common complaints that I hear after an organization has adopted SharePoint is "We built it but nobody is using it". This can be a big […]

D/FW SharePoint Community January Meeting

After taking a break for the holidays the D/FW SharePoint Community is back in action for January. Be sure to stick around for the Developer breakout session – I’ll be presenting data aggregation techniques for SharePoint lists, a small preview of the content in my presentation at the upcoming Best Practices conferences in San Diego […]

I’m a Mac AND a PC

I’ve been chronicling my adventures switching from a Tablet PC to a Macbook Pro over the last few months here, here, here and here. After using Mac OS for a few weeks now, I have come to realize that I am technologically bipolar – I’m both a Mac AND a PC. There are some things […]