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Many thanks to the team in Cambridge for an awesome first conference DDD East Anglia. I definitely appreciate how each of the different areas have their own distinctive atmosphere and feel. Thanks to some ...

Brian T. Jackett, SharePoint PowerShell Active Directory

In this post I will present a script to enumerate SharePoint 2010 or 2013 permissions across the entire farm down to the site (SPWeb) level. As a bonus this script also recursively expands the membership ...

eddraper,

Just finished SignalR: Real-time Application Development from Packt Publishing. It’s a really great read for those wanting a holistic view of SignalR as a true application building block. In many respects ...

D'Arcy Lussier,

And so another Build conference has come to an end. Below are my thoughts/perspectives on various aspects of the event. I’ll do a separate blog post on my thoughts of the Build message for developers. ...

Erik Araojo,

I've been staring at the computer for a few minutes now and I honestly don't know what to write. First I thought of writing about myself, where I was born, where I studied, where I am now... but that seems ...

Tim Murphy, BUILD

BUILD was a wonderful experience. It was great to see old friends, make new friends, learn about the latest Microsoft technology and party with a bunch of geeks. It didn't hurt getting some awesome swag. ...

John Breakwell,

Back in May, DataCash was a sponsor for one of the biggest networking events for payments developers – Trans-hacktion. The 3-day Hackathon, organised by Birdback, was focused on the latest innovations ...

Anthony Trudeau,

My post this month is a rant and not something informational. I hope y'all will forgive me.It's been a slow month. I was on vacation with my daughter for the middle part of the month. And the rest of my ...