SharePoint, MOSS? and all the other questions
Never thought I would see the day when this would happen. Scoop off of Slashdot ......
Just FYI if you didnt already know,Lamont Harrington's Blog
hasan excellent list
of SharePoint resources.
If you aren’t already aware, IISToolshed has a good list of tools for IIS ......
Talk about an overloaded dose of SPAM On the lighter side - Lessons learnt from this, Do not make a post about Halo 2, it has too much of a fan base (or multiple personalities of a single individual attempting to be a large fan base) that spams you If you are making a post about Halo 2, do not call it Halo 2 or anything that would draw this enormous fan base to your blog. If you find out too many refferals from google - its early warnging - you are heading for trouble Scott should be pleased, .Text ......
Pls ignore this Test Posting using IntraVnews 1.1 - Blogging from outlook ......
Quote: “Newell: "delaying the game to 2005" 167 Comments 4/18/2004 20:35 PST | Half-Life 2 | by redef VG Pro has a small article that contains a quote supposedly from Gabe Newell. The quote suggests that HL2 could be pushed past a 2005 release date if Valve felt it was necessary. Here’s the quote: We've already spent millions into this project, and we're willing to spend as much as we need to make this the best first person experience ever. If that means delaying the game to 2005, we'll do it without ......
graphics, or wait! is it the game or just the Nvidia 6800?
I watched the South African MotoGP yesterday. Excellentriding by Rossi
. And good work by the Yamaha team for actually bringing out a bike that can race this time.
Been a long time since I saw something like this
Here is the card everybody seems to be talking about. Heres a link to Tom'sHardware review
on AmandaMurphy's blog
. hmmm... maybe it has something to do with the docs having a guilty conscious; after spilling all that blood during the games, they just want to make up for it in real life :)
Here is a link to a TechDirt post
about a company trying out brain implants.
First to fend off any SPS discriminations I might be accused of- Mike I am writing this with my knowledge of SPS, do not know if it applies to WSS, since I do not have a WSS Configuration to try it out on separately. Secondly fiddling with SPS database is not recommend, do it at your own risk K OK, I had this scenario recently (actually about 2 weeks back). An intern colleague of mine had to do a bulk upload of a bunch of documents to a SharePoint team site, which is not very unusual if you are trying ......
If you can cope with all the "fuddish" in this post, and ofcourse the ill-logic, it goes about trying to outline the "Java Trap"
Its been some time since I've been to MSDN to refer the SharePoint class library, but I was pleasantly surprised today.
It looks like code snippets are finding their way into the SharePoint class referece. (sigh - At Last!) And about time too. I'm sure this will atleast cut down a little time off all that R&D work needed to use the API.
This is another page that Microsoft needs to update on their site.
Found this whitepaper today.
Should check it out later when I get some fre time.
GothamWeb have several online manuals for Windows Server 2003.
this one caught my eye. Its the SharePoint Help