Azure, SQL Server & SharePoint Evangelism Position

Hey gang, A friend and colleague from MS, Juergen Daiberl, asked me to post this on my blog, so throwing this out there for any potential interest. The position is an evangelism position in DPE working predominantly with ISVs and with Azure, SQL Server and with some SharePoint as well. Here is the job title/description:…

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Azure, jQuery & SharePoint: Huh?

I’ve been spending a lot more time of late looking at how Azure integrates with SharePoint. You may have seen some earlier posts on this. A couple of weeks ago, I attended SharePoint Connections in Las Vegas. I delivered the opening keynote, where we (I was joined by Paul Stubbs) showed a few demos where…

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TechEd Europe Keynote: Cloud, Phone, Windows, Cloud, and more Cloud

Welcome to TechEd Europe 2010 Keynote with Brad Anderson where the theme was cloud, phone, server updates, and more cloud! I just flew into Berlin and after dropping off my bags am now sitting watching the TE EU keynote. There’s a lot of great stuff being shown. For example, Brandon Watson showed off some new…

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PDC 2010: SharePoint And Azure Recording and Deck

A few of you have pinged me for more information my SharePoint and Azure talk at PDC. I’ve posted a link to the PDC 2010 SP and Azure video and PDF version of the deck: Recorded SharePoint and Azure Session CS55_SteveFox_PDC_MP4_High_1280x720_2500k.mp4  — if this doesn’t download for you check out the devfish link below. PDF…

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SharePoint & Bing Maps at SharePoint Connections Las Vegas

Lately, I’ve been exploring Bing Maps as a way to surface SharePoint data within a mapping application. To call Bing Maps a simple mapping application, though, would not be doing it any justice at all. In fact, it’s been a while since I’ve had this much fun ramping up on a technology. Bing Maps is…

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Beginning SharePoint 2010 Development Supplement: Using the Lists Web Service to Update a SharePoint List

Book Supplements I’ve been wanting of time to add some how-to supplements to my Beginning SharePoint 2010 Development book. For those of you starting out, you may have questions about the ‘how’ and sometimes there are errata, bugs or updates from the book. With that in mind, I want to provide additional supplements for your…

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SharePoint 2010 Easy Set Up

To get started developing for SharePoint 2010, you have a number of options: You can download the IW VM and get started that way. You can see an earlier post on this: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/steve_fox/archive/2010/06/15/rtm-demo-vm-for-sharepoint-amp-office-2010.aspx. You can install everything on the metal. You can use the easy set-up script. The easy set-up script is a new script…

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Windows Phone 7 & SharePoint 2010

One of the key challenges we face moving forward is how to integrate Windows Phone 7 and SharePoint 2010. In a recent post, Paul  Stubbs has provided some information on a core pattern that helps get over a security hurdle—which is one of the key hurdles when trying to integrate these two technologies. With this…

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PDC is Almost Here!!

It’s just after 7AM here on the Pacific coast, and if you haven’t heard PDC is here. The campus is abuzz with lots of devs roaming around taking it all in. And the keynote is a couple of hours away. This is a first for Microsoft, and it’s super exciting to see PDC simulcast WW…

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Office Development using oData: Combining the Old with the New

You may have heard the “We’re all in” message, but some of you may be wondering how the cloud applies to Office. The answer is that it applies in many different ways, which I’ll be exploring over the next few weeks and months with you. For example, the following are a couple of ways in…

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