Office & Sharepoint Development at PDC

“The Professional Developer Conference (PDC) is quickly approaching, and if you have not registered yet I would encourage you to do so. PDC is about what’s here today in terms of technology, but mostly tries to cover what’s coming. The ‘what’s coming’ part can range from months to in some cases 2 year visions, but…

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SharePoint Conference Las Vegas Day 4

Last day of SharePoint Conference 2009, and the only thing missing from this great event is a SharePoint 2010 Beta. Guess we have to wait until November to try out most of the stuff. After giving some thought to the content of the conference, one thing is forcing its way to the front of my…

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SharePoint Conference Las Vegas Day 3

At day 3 we definitely see how much great content the product group has put together for the conference. I find myself struggeling in choosing which of the sessions at the same timeslot to attend. Great that the sessions recordings will be available later! My sessions for day three was: Using Enterprise Content Types and…

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SharePoint Conference Las Vegas Day 2

Today there were breakout sessions from the start, and there will be no more keynotes for the rest of the week either. Thats actually fine, leaving time for the breath of topics covered by the various breakouts. One impression I got from almost all the sessions is that the speakers are bursting with pride over…

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SharePoint Conference Las Vegas Day 1

So day 1 of the SharePoint conference is over, and here are some highlights from the day. The day started off with some good keynote sessions (2.5 hrs!) with a lot of demos. Included one of Business Connectivity Services where Tom Rizzo in notime created an External Content Type in SharePoint Designer by connecting to a database and a Customer…

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SharePoint 2010

The SharePoint conference has just started and the curtain has fallen 🙂 It’s time to start talking about SharePoint 2010. Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer and Corporate Vice President SharePoint Server, Jeff Teper, kicked off the SharePoint conference in Las Vegas yesterday and unveiled a good bunch of information about the upcoming product. Something to look forward to: Office 2010 and…

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SharePoint HTTP 500 Internal Server Error

This error (HTTP 500 Internal Server Error) means that the website you are visiting had a server problem which prevented the webpage from displaying.   This error can occur on all web sites, even on central admin. The root page default.aspx does not display at all, instead this error is shown. The virtual folders below…

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