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November 2009 Entries

SharePoint Saturday Cleveland 2009 Recap

As noted in my previous post I attended and spoke at the SharePoint Saturday Cleveland 2009 conference. For those unfamiliar, SharePoint Saturday is a community driven event where various speakers gather to present at a FREE conference on all topics related to SharePoint. This was my first SharePoint Saturday and it was a great community event to attend. Over the past 6 months or so I’ve been following various Twitter users talking about SharePoint Saturdays in their region so I was excited to see ......

SharePoint Saturday Cleveland Slides and Demo Scripts – PowerShell + SharePoint

This weekend I spoke at the SharePoint Saturday Cleveland event and gave my “PowerShell + SharePoint” talk. At some point I believe they will be publishing our slides and any demo items but I wanted to list mine here as I promised I would for various attendees. Below are links to my SkyDrive where I have hosted these files. If you have any questions or issues getting them let me know. I’ll be posting a recap with some pictures soon as well. Thanks to all who attended my presentation and SPSCleveland, ......

Sometimes The Customer Is NOT Always Right

Before reading this post, I highly recommend reading Top 5 reasons why “The Customer Is Always Right” is wrong. That article gives great insight into the thoughts to follow. In the US we have an old saying that says “the customer is always right." As time goes by there are various people (like the Southwest CEO in the article above) who don’t believe that phrase to be quite true. While I may agree that it is not always a true statement, I feel there are some valuable lessons on both sides of this ......