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Microsoft Announcing SharePoint 2010 Technical Preview http://sharepoint.microsoft... ...
In my last blog I talked about the new site around SharePoint 2010 and the sneak peak videos. I got a chace to watch them and here are my notes: SharePoint 2010 Feature Highlights: New User Interface including new Ribbon Web Edit Silverlight Web Part Rich Theming Browser support for Safari, Firefox and IE Visio Services SharePoint Designer enhancements Business Connectivity Services (BDC evolution) SharePoint Workspaces (formerly Groove) or offline libraries Richer Media Support SharePoint 2010 Admin ...
Assess Your Readiness to Upgrade to SharePoint 2010 Today Did you know that Service Pack 2 (SP2) for Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 includes the addition of a "preupgradecheck" in stsadmin? It will assess your general readiness for upgrading to SharePoint 2010, provide feedback, and include best practices recommendations. Why wait? Get all the details on SP2 and run your preupgradecheck today! SharePoint 2010 - Bamboo Nation ...
Yesterday in New Orleans, the Microsoft World Partner Conference 2009 kicked off with some of the big highlights at the event where the Office 2010, and Office web-apps announcements, with SharePoint appearing high on the list. The event has also kicked off a few sneak-peaks into the new platform, scheduled for an exclusive-beta program in the coming weeks. While I digest the amount of data being released, here is a quick glance at some of the new SharePoint 2010 screens... New User Interface, which ...
So I’ve blogged about this a lot. If you read my blog you know how I got started. Kansas City .Net User Group and walking up to the right person at the right time plus meeting the right people at the right events that just clicked as good people (Lee, Brian, Jeff, John, Tim, Michael). I guess looking back over the past 2 years (as of this month I believe?) in retrospect would be nice. I was pretty hardcore into World of Warcraft back then without many friends newly moved to Kansas City. Right now ...
For people like me opportunities to go to the large professional developer conferences in the US never materialises. However the Microsoft SharePoint team are this time offering one lucky person a break: simply redesign the SharePoint conference 2009 homepage and win yourself a free ticket to the October event. The competition is open for one month and the more details can be found here: http://www.mssharepointconf... For the rest of us who fall more into ...
Last week was certainly an exciting weeks for many of the Microsoft bloggers in the community. Microsoft Tech-Ed 2009 in Los Angeles, one of the largest technical industry events of the year took place, and it appeared as always Microsoft reserved many of the announcements for its forthcoming Windows 7, and Office 2010 platform until last week. Being based in Sydney, and I unfortunately didn't managed to attend the event (through cost, as opposed to want), however through the trawling of many blogs ...
http://officesharepointpro.... As readers of this newsletter know, I've been referring to Office 14 as Office 2010 just as a "wild guess," but it appears that the name might stick. Last week, during his annual “Strategic Update” briefing with Wall Street analysts, Steve Ballmer disclosed that Office 14 won’t be shipping in 2009. "The next big innovation milestone is Office 14, our next Office release," Ballmer said, "Which will ...
<update> Be sure to check out the new video blog post based on this entry. It may be easier to follow and has a couple of upgrades from this post: Creating a SharePoint List Parent/Child Relationship – VIDEO REMIX </update> <update 12-16-2010> I FINALLY got around to blogging how to do this in SP 2010, you can find that blog here: Creating A SharePoint Parent/Child List Relationship– SharePoint 2010 Edition </update 12-16-2010> First Things First Okay, first off, my development ...