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Jeff Julian's Blog Just Another Geek With A Blog June 2007 Entries
Google Reader | Using IE Search Providers to Subscribe to Feed
Lately, I have started using Google Reader for my feeds when Outlook 2007 decided it didn't want to read my feeds anymore and I started missing valuable content. I absolutely love the interface of Google Reader, it is very fast a with the HotKeys, it feels like a desktop application. However, the add subscriptions functionality is less than desirable. Inside IE it will freeze up quite often and just sit there bubbling green goo out of the beaker. To get around this issue, I created a IE Search Provider ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 27, 2007 9:41 AM

SharePoint Content Request | What would you like to see?
I love SharePoint and after the book was published and I started reading the competitive books, I love it even more.. With that, I am going to start focusing this blog on SharePoint related data, and of course Geekswithblogs news as well. With that, I definitely want to stick to the development side of the house and wanted to know what you would like to see extending in SharePoint 2007? More Blogs and Wiki features than the community is already offering? Tutorials on Features, Web Parts, etc? Let ......

Posted On Friday, June 22, 2007 9:39 AM

SharePoint Conference 2008 Dates Announced | March 2-6, 2008...
March 2-6, 2008, I should be in Seattle at the Microsoft Office SharePoint Conference 2008 event. I don't know if they heard me when I mentioned the php/mySql driven site (probably not), but now the site is actually a SharePoint 2007 site. Hopefully more information will come out about the event, but you can register to get more information here. Technorati tags: SharePoint, MOSS, SharePoint Conference, Conference, Seattle ......

Posted On Friday, June 22, 2007 9:22 AM

Wrox Professional SharePoint 2007 Development is out!
I am kind of late to announce this, but our book is out...and selling quite well. One problem with the first print was that Wrox accidentally left out the acknowledgments. They have stated that it will make it in the next print later this summer. Since we actually will have more than one print, I am excited. Jim Minatel from Wrox stated, "This book was one of two or three HOT SharePoint titles too hot for the Tech Ed bookstore to keep in stock last week. It's not surprising to see the Amazon rank ......

Posted On Monday, June 18, 2007 7:44 AM

eScrum Process Template 1.0 | List of Team System Required Assemblies
While installing the eScrum template I ran into some pretty cryptic issues with the project management site working. This is the site that installer ask you what virtual directory you would like to associated it with. The app was returning me the error: Failed to retrieve WorkItemStore Service on server: SERVERNAME or there is no project found with name: PROJECT NAME. The unfortunate problem with this issue is that it has nothing to do with the actual project not being found on the server, but what ......

Posted On Thursday, June 14, 2007 10:05 AM

eScrum Has Potential | Extra Steps for AJAX Control Toolkit 1.0.10301.0
I have to say I am excited to see Microsoft release a new process template named eScrum. After installing it I must say I am pretty happy thus far. Steve Loethen goes into more detail about what the template offers. One issue I have with these new Microsoft project that use other downloadable Microsoft project to build their solutions are the constant list of separate download and moving dll. Just push the version you used with the download. In eScrum's case, they have you download ASP.NET AJAX, ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 13, 2007 2:39 PM

This is funny - SharePoint Conference Announced in March 2008
Microsoft announced a SharePoint Conference in March of 2008 and when you visit the site, the only link is to register for updates. On the page URL for the registration confirmation page is http://www.mssharepointconf... Not only are they using mySQL, but the page is built using PHP!!!! Don't let this detour you from going to the conference however, I am sure it will be a great event and I plan to attend. Technorati tags: SharePoint, Conference, Microsoft, PHP, mySQL ......

Posted On Thursday, June 7, 2007 2:54 PM

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