Office 365 Investments

The last few months in the new job have been super busy. The Office 365 team is passionate, customer focused and agile. Just in the last few months, we’ve made a number of investments. As a result, I haven’t been able to blog as much as I’d like. I’m stepping away of some of the…

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Poker Analyzer Windows Phone 7 Application

If you’re a poker enthusiast and have a Windows Phone 7, I encourage you to check out an application I recently published: Poker Analyzer. Poker Analyzer is for poker enthusiasts who want to improve their poker skills. Poker Analyzer gives accurate winning probabilities for any Texas Hold’em situation up to 12 players. With Poker Analyzer,…

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SharePoint 2010 & Office 2010 Launch

[Cross-posted @  http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2010/03/05/sharepoint-2010-office-2010-launch.aspx] We officially announced that May 12th, 2010, is the launch date for SharePoint 2010 & Office 2010. In addition, we announced our intent to RTM (Release to Manufacturing) this April 2010.  It’s an exciting time for us! We hope you can virtually join us on May 12th at 11am EST to listen…

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SharePoint, E-Learning and Silverlight

Happy new year everyone! I wanted to kick off the new year by highlighting a really innovative e-learning partner solution built using SharePoint and Silverlight technologies. E-Learning is something I’m hearing a lot more about lately and many customers have asked me how to approach E-Learning for their organizations. Point8020, a SharePoint partner, just released…

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SharePoint and Office news at PDC

For those of you not at PDC, but interested in knowing what "new" news was announced publicly at PDC pertaining to Office & SharePoint: Day 1 – Microsoft SharePoint Services as part of the Azure Services Platform. This is not the same as Windows SharePoint Services (WSS). Please refer to PDC 2008- Announcing Azure Services…

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SharePoint 2007 SP2 timeline and info

If you didn’t catch the news, information about Office 2007 SP2 was released by the Office sustained engineering team. MOSS 2007 & WSS 3.0 SP2s will be out in the same time frame. According to the blog news, SP2 "will fall between February and April of 2009." You can read details at http://blogs.technet.com/office_sustained_engineering/archive/2008/10/22/announcing-service-pack-2-sp2-for-the-2007-microsoft-office-system.aspx. The blog…

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Best of luck Lawrence!

Lawrence Liu, on my team for 3+ years, left the SharePoint team & Microsoft this week to join Telligent – a Microsoft partner. Lawrence has been a great contributor to the SharePoint community over the last many years. I wish Lawrence the best of luck in his new role and look forward to working with…

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Announcing the SharePoint Best Practices Series

[Cross-posted from the SharePoint Team Blog] Over the last few months, the SharePoint product team has released a number of resources, updates and made supportability announcements to help our customers and partners deploy SharePoint solutions. Recently, we released the Infrastructure Update that provides fixes and even a new set of Search Federation features. We also…

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Announcing: SharePoint WCM book available at TechEd 2008

[cross posted on the SharePoint Team Blog] It’s exciting to see customers using SharePoint for their Internet sites. We’ve seen some great success stories and big companies choosing SharePoint for their web content management solution. While SharePoint offers a rich set of capabilities out-of-the-box, customers want to add new functionality, customize the look and feel…

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SharePoint Conference (T – 2.5)

The SharePoint Conference is only a weekend away! With 3,800+ attendees and a long waiting list, this is a big, BIG conference. Our team is excited to host our customers and partners in the Seattle area. With a ton of content and a ton of people, where should you go, what should you do and who should you…

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