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2011 Presentation Abstracts
My speaker bio General Technology Related Topics Tips for IT Career Advancement As you progress through your career there are many paths in which to take. Inevitably you will choose a path that is incorrect or reach a point in which you feel as though you are stalled. Mike has been there as well. He will share some lessons learned, advice, and tips that have led to a successful career. Hopefully, you will find something useful to help guide you in your career. Session Level: Beginner .NET Related ......

Posted On Monday, April 18, 2011 10:55 AM

SharePoint Planning/Design Worksheet Links
I ran across a blog entry with a consolidated list of links to the SharePoint 2007 planning worksheets. These are good starting points for your discovery, analysis, and design and are provided by Microsoft. I would suggest tweaking them to meet your organizational needs. http://itfootprint.wordpres... TechNet provides a consolidated list of planning worksheets for SharePoint 2010. Technorati ......

Posted On Friday, June 11, 2010 11:18 AM

Accessing Resources/DB from an ASP.NET Application Hosted in SharePoint
This past week I was reminded of the “fun” in which hosting an application within SharePoint can present. We are developing a custom application for our client in which some areas must reside within a SharePoint environment. We did quite a bit of our development in this first iteration within a web application in order to pull things together and present the client with a working end-to-end “prototype.” The architecture is composed of several layers all of which will be “in process” communications ......

Posted On Sunday, August 30, 2009 4:49 PM

Installing Distributed Systems
Any of you ever installed a distributed multi-machine system? How did you do it? Did you use an off-the-shelf (OTS) product such as WISE or InstallShield? Well, my company was faced with this decision last year. Here is my story, but I'd like to hear yours. The company that I work for recently released our newest product that is a highly distributed Windows system with tons of C++ COM dlls, DCOM proxies, Registry entries, message queues (MSMQ), Services, .NET Interop, and lots of databases (including ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 27, 2005 9:12 PM

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