Month: August 2009

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DevLink 2009 Wrap Up

We wrapped up DevLink 2009 today in Nashville, TN. John Kellar and crew did a fantastic job organizing the event. I don’t know what the final numbers were but there were lots of devs from all over the country there (and a few other countries as well). As predicted, the SharePoint nation made it’s presence […]

Unit Testing SharePoint in a 64-bit Environment

I’ve recently upgraded all my development environments to pure 64-bit (except, of course, for Visual Studio, which continues to be a 32-bit laggard) to take advantage of the extra memory space available in x64. When working with really large lists and datasets, having less than 1GB for the w3wp process is self-defeating – it’s not […]