James Kemp Moving on…

After working as a SharePoint Consultant within Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS) for a number of years, I have decided to leave to become an independent SharePoint Contractor. Martin Kearn will now lead this MSDN Blog for The SharePoint Guys.

Callum Shillan here: As one of the Architects working in the UK MCS Practice, I'd just like to add my thanks to James for his work here.  I've also had the pleasure of working with James over a number of years and on a number of different engagements.  I always found James to be exceptionally positive, smart, clever and funny - a joy to be with and joy to work with.

We all wish him well !!!

And on that note, it's worth pointing out that we're hiring!  So, please take a look at our Services and Consulting job descriptions here.  I look forward to working with you.

And now, back to James:  

I hope the following posts have been useful:

Sharepoint Server 2010 - 10 Steps to Disaster Recovery

Sharepoint Workspace 2010 Offline Working Capabilities.aspx

Custom Search Control Not Being Displayed In Meeting Workspace - Smallsearchinputbox

How to remove my local drafts folder checkbox.aspx

Sharepoint 2010Infrastructure Sizing - Lessons learned on search

Sharepoint 2010- New social computing features

Sharepoint for worldwide health and beyond

Sharepoint 2010 - New shared services

Records Management

Sharepoint 2010 sneak peak

How to incrementally allow users to have a mysite

Sharepoint search how to create a fully functioning search center part 1

Sharepoint search how to create a fully functioning search center part 2

Taking sharepoint files offline - What products should you use.aspx


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James Kemp
Microsoft Consulting Services UK

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Comments (1)

  1. Vinay says:

    Hi James,

    Good luck with your move. Thanks for your support in AstraZeneca project. It was wonderful experience working with you.


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