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SmartTrack for SharePoint Promotional Video

​We’ve just released a new promotional video for SmartTrack.  Check it out!      

Follow-Up on JQuery and SharePoint Performance

My initial post on the use of JQuery with SharePoint has generated a great deal of discussion (see here, here and here); so much so, that I felt some additional comments on the subject were merited. Let me begin by clarifying my position. I am not against the use of JQuery or any other particular […]

Putting the Brakes on SharePoint with JQuery

For the better part of the last year I’ve been watching from the sidelines as nearly the entire SharePoint community jumped on the JQuery bandwagon. It seems like every year some new thing comes along which will make SharePoint sing and dance like a Broadway musical (remember 2007 – the year of AJAX?). Blog after […]

Tilting at SharePoint Performance Windmills

As anyone who has ever heard me speak or had the misfortune to be cornered by me at a SharePint event knows, I’m a big proponent of implementing best practices for optimal SharePoint performance, both from an IT infrastructure perspective as well as custom development. Unfortunately, this is a tricky area with lots of gotchas […]

SharePoint.Performance: Optimizing Web Parts

With the release of Sonar, developers now have the ability to analyze the performance characteristics of custom-built web parts. The next obvious step is to optimize that web part code to make it as efficient and performant as possible. Here are my top five tips for improving web part performance (feel free to add your […]