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October 2010 Entries

Slides, Scripts, and Photos from SPTechCon Boston 2010

A big thank you to everyone who attended my “Real-World Deployment of SharePoint 2010 Solutions” at SPTechCon Boston 2010 this week. I hope you learned some things and can take them back to improve your farms. This was my first time speaking at SPTechCon and second one attended. It was great to catch up with countless old friends I haven’t seen in awhile as well as meet new friends. I’m looking forward to speaking at SPTechCon San Francisco 2011 in Feb, so if you’re attending feel free to stop by ......

Speaking at Columbus Dog Food Conference 2010

On Thursday Nov 4th I will be speaking at the Columbus Dog Food Conference 2010. My presentation will be on integrating line of business applications with SharePoint 2010. Click here for registration information. Be sure to register soon as spots are limited and fill up quickly. Hope to see you there. Where: Columbus Dog Food Conference 2010 Title: SharePoint 2010 and Integrating Line of Business Applications Audience and Level: Developer, Beginner/Intermediate Abstract: “One of the biggest value ......

Announcing “Save PowerShell To SharePoint” CodePlex Project

In this post I will talk about a new script I wrote to save PowerShell ISE files to a versioned SharePoint document library as well as a side project I created on CodePlex to host this code and future releases. Background Recently I began listening to the PowerScripting Podcast and I’m slowly catching up on old podcasts. On episodes 121 and 122 (most recent ones I’ve listened to as of this writing) Hal and Jonathan talked about an idea that piqued my interest immediately: using SharePoint as a script ......