Andrew Connell

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    Blog: SharePoint Conference 2014 Registration is Open!

    Looks like the conference site is now accepting registrations. The show will be in Las Vegas, NV the week of March 3, 2014. If you’re interested in attending, best to jump on this sooner rather than later so you aren’t stuck in a remote hotel! Next question… what will be discussed at the v2014 show? » SharePoint Conference 2014 - Registration
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    Blog: ANNOUNCING the SharePoint Developer-Designer-Implementer Report - September 2013 Survey

    I’m running a research project on what SharePoint developers, designers and implementors type of work they are doing as well as how they do it. You’ll find the survey goes quite quick and it should only take about 60 seconds to complete. The survey will be available through the end of September to collect responses. After the survey closes, I’ll publish a comprehensive report. If you don’t mind, please fill out this form: http://aconn.
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    Blog: ANNOUNCING the SharePoint Browser Report - September 2013 Survey

    I’m running a research project on what browsers people are using / designing for in SharePoint. It should only take 10 seconds to complete. The survey will be available through the end of September to collect responses. After the survey closes, I’ll publish a comprehensive report. If you don’t mind, please fill out this form: http://aconn.me/spbrpt201309 . No, it doesn’t ask every single question as the goal is for it to generate as many responses as possible, thus the stream-lined bit.
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    Blog: ANN: Critical Path Training Strategic Partnership with Pluralsight for On-Demand SharePoint Training

    Today I’m thrilled to announce on behalf of Critical Path Training a new training offering and benefit to our customers through a new partnership. We have always offered the best instructor-led training either in a classroom as a hands-on offering or online via a live virtual instructor-led course. We pride ourselves in having the best group of instructors filled with long time SharePoint MVPs and a Microsoft Certified Master (MCM), not like other companies in having the most class offerings or most instructors.
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    Blog: ***Announcing*** Critical Path Training

    It is with great excitement that I announce Critical Path Training ( Critical Path Training ), a new company and joint venture between myself and Ted Pattison. You may already be familiar with the industry leading SharePoint training company I have been affiliated and have been promoting for the last few years, the Ted Pattison Group . Well, Ted and I decided we wanted to formally join forces and create *the* industry leading SharePoint education company!
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    Blog: Microsoft Application Versions

    The following list contains an index of the major build and version numbers for a few Microsoft products. This list is primarily for the Office Server System (OSS) developer so it doesn’t cover all Microsoft products. It’s a work in progress… if you would like to contribute, please post to the comments of this article and include a citation where the version number can be validated. Why create a list like this?
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    Blog: NOW AVAILABLE - Advanced Microsoft Content Server Development

    Finally the moment I, and the rest of my fantastic co-authors, have waited for. Our book, Advanced Content Management Server Development by Packt Publishing is now available. Here’s what the Packt website has to say about the book: Advanced Content Management Server Development This book has the most in depth-coverage of important MCMS 2002 development topics found anywhere. Each author of the book is a renowned expert in the area.
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    Blog: Adding "OpenInNewWindow" option to SharePoint Links lists

    In this article, I’ll show you how to add a new field to each link in SharePoint that allows contributors to specify links should open in new windows or not.
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    Blog: Using SharePoint search in an ASP.NET application with noise filtering

    In this post, I’ll detail the steps & code used to get this working. I used this method to add search capabilities to a site implemented with MCMS 2002.
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    Blog: Nice tools from Chris Sells

    Chris Sells has a page filled with some nice utilities… I especially like the .NET CollectionGen tool .