Month: June 2009

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July Community Events

Hard as it is to believe 2009 is already half way gone. It’s been a hectic year for the SharePoint Community and, despite summer vacations and attempts to escape the heat, July is shaping up to be just as busy. Here’s a quick update on some upcoming events: SharePoint Saturday Ozarks Join us for the […]

SharePoint Saturday Dallas Call for Content

Last week we officially announced the upcoming SharePoint Saturday event in Dallas on July 25th. If you are a SharePoint professional in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and would like to present at the event, please email me directly (eshupps [at] binarywave [dot] c o m) and I will send you the official submission form (please […]

Announcing SharePoint Saturday Dallas, July 25th 2009

Today we are officially announcing the first ever SharePoint Saturday event to be held in Dallas on July 25th, 2009. SharePoint Saturday is a free community-focused SharePoint event dedicated to educating and engaging members of the local technical community. Much like user groups and other community oriented events, SharePoint Saturday draws upon the expertise of […]

Avoiding Bad SharePoint Advice on the Web

As I’m sure everyone knows by now I’m a big fan of community involvement in whatever form it takes – blogs, wikis, CodePlex projects, books, speaking engagements, you name it – if it benefits the greater community and enhances people’s knowledge then you can bet I’ll be behind it 100%. That being said, free information […]

Wandering in the Mac Wilderness (or My Afternoon in the Apple Store)

I know, I know…all this Macintosh stuff is completely off-topic for a SharePoint blog but I just had to get something off my chest here – just delete this one if you don’t dance to the Mac groove. Despite my ranting about how incensed I am over the two-steps back "updates" to the current MacBook […]

Presentation for Utah SharePoint User Group on June 25th

I’ll be presenting a combined IT Pro/Developer session to the Utah SharePoint User Group on June 25th. The session will combine my Configuring MOSS for Optimal Performance and Developing High Performance Applications with MOSS 2007 talks into one to address both audiences. Should be quite the challenge getting all that info into an hour and […]

Note to Apple – Thanks for Nothing

Although most of the buzz coming out of Apple’s WWDC 2009 conference is regarding the new iPhone 3G S, they also made some announcements regarding a revamped line of Macbook Pro’s. Unfortunately, the news is really no news at all for 15 and 17-inch users. As I write this, I’m connected to my blog via […]

Ted Pattison to Speak at June D/FW SharePoint Community Meeting

This month marks the third anniversary meeting of the D/FW SharePoint Community. We’ve made great strides over the last few years, increasing membership to over a thousand registered members, adding breakout sessions to cater to the various interest groups, and expanding the participation of local and regional sponsors. On June 22nd, good friend and fellow […]