Back to the Future…

Great treat this week. Visual Studio 2008 has RTM’d and is waiting for you! The future has made the effort of coming all the way back here to good old 2007. So if I am using it, does that mean I am writing code in the future? Get 2008 in 2007, here is the info…

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Edit in DataSheet with Data View web part with SPS 2003 SP3

Alright so I have been seeing many posts lately in regards to issues when trying to edit data view web parts in the datasheet in SPS 2003 after applying SP3. Just to let everyone know this is a known issue that has been escalated to the product team. Based on the results of their investigation a…

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So you think you can spell SharePoint…

So for those that want more information or training on MOSS and its ECM (Enterprise Content Management) capabilities then I have some good news for you. The Ted Pattison Group has put together a new course on ECM in MOSS. It is being delivered by SharePoint MVP John Holliday. I have included the info for the…

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Still got love for SPS 2003

For those that missed it, this week Service Pack 3 ( SP3 ) for SharePoint Portal Server 2003 ( SPS 2003 ) was released!  Of course SP3 for Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 has also been released! For more detailed info check the below links: SharePoint Portal Server 2003 (SPS 2003): Description of SharePoint Portal Server 2003…

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Light up the web! Silverlight 1.0 released!

OK so I know this isn’t MOSS related but it is something “Grown in our labs…” and is very exciting! Silverlight 1.0 has released to the web and is already in use in many commercial apps. Check www.silverlight.net or www.microsoft.com/silverlight for more info. Make sure to check out some of the great apps in the…

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TechReady 5, Sparks fly in Seattle!

So I have been on the road for quite a while and hopefully will now finally get some time to start getting this blog going. This week I am in Seattle at the TechReady 5 conference. It is similar to TechEd but for Microsoft Employees only so it is very focused on deep technical presentations…

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Intro: What does it all mean, who is this guy?

So I figured before I start actually posting some useful information I would just introduce myself first. I am a PFE (Premier Field Engineer) at Microsoft. My specialties are SharePoint (all flavors) and .net (mainly ASP.Net). My role basically, is to help with SharePoint related issues for clients of Microsoft Premier Support. This really falls into…

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