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    Blog: Recapping my webinar w/Idera: Understanding SharePoint Server 2010 Managed Metadata

    I just finished a webinar with Idera on the subject of Understanding SharePoint Server 2010 Managed Metadata. The timing couldn’t have been better with a series on metadata I started on my blog this morning! If you missed the webinar… shame on you? What else could have been that important… some OSHA training ? Just kidding… they will have it up for viewing later on the SecretsOfSharePoint.com site here (they’ve also got the slides).
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    Blog: SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata - Moving/Copying MMS Instances / Term Stores between Environments

    This post is part of a series on SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata. The other posts in this series can be found here: SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata So you’re plugging along in a project and this email shows up in your mailbox from some project manager or your boss who asks something like this: “So, you sold us on using the SharePoint Server 2010 Managed Metadata Service (MMS) for all sorts of things, and we love it and are using it religiously.
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    Blog: SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata - Global vs. Local Term Sets

    This post is part of a series on SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata. The other posts in this series can be found here: SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata As the first part of this post reflects, in previous posts I’ve talked about what managed metadata is and how you can use it. I touched on something that I wanted to elaborate on a bit more in this post: global vs.
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    Blog: SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata - Why I love it!

    This post is part of a series on SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata. The other posts in this series can be found here: SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata As I explained in a previous post, the Managed Metadata Service (MMS) application in SharePoint 2010 brings three things to the table: taxonomies (term sets), folksonomies (keywords) and syndicated content types (enterprise content types). IMHO the most powerful of these are term sets.
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    Blog: SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata - What is it?

    This post is part of a series on SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata. The other posts in this series can be found here: SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata First, metadata is simply using data to describe some other data or content. Man, I really hate that definition. Basically you’re describing something else. These descriptors can be used to better categorize & classify the content for future search operations.
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    Blog: SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata - About the series...

    This post is part of a series on SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata. The other posts in this series can be found here: SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata I’ve worked on a few books around SharePoint in the 2007 & 2010 release. My focus is typically around core SharePoint development and the entire Enterprise Content Management (ECM) space, specifically Web Content Management (WCM) going back to my Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) 2002 days.
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    Blog: Presenting a Free Webinar w/ Idera July 15, 2011 - Understanding SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata

    On Wednesday, June 15, 2011 I’ll join Idera to present a free webinar in their Secrets of SharePoint monthly series . I’m going to talk about the SharePoint 2010 Managed Metadata Service Application & metadata for administrators: SharePoint 2010 has a “Managed Metadata Service” application that allows the user to create and utilize taxonomies in various capacities. In this webcast, you will get a how-to on working with this application to set up and configure taxonomies and folksonomies.
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    Blog: Recapping my CPT SharePoint Custom Metadata Solutions Webinar

    I just uploaded the slides & sample application I used in my webinar on Incorporating Managed Metadata in Custom Solutions in SharePoint 2010 by Critical Path Training . The download is available from the Critical Path Training site’s Members section. To access this section you’ll need to be logged into the site. If you don’t have an account, feel free to create one… they are free! Once in, go the the Presentations section and it’s listed as AC’s Incorporating Managed Metadata in Custom Solutions in SharePoint 2010 Session.
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    Blog: Quick reminder-Free Webinar with me via Critical Path Training on SharePoint Managed Metadata Programming Today!

    This afternoon I’ll be presenting a free webinar on Incorporating Managed Metadata in Custom Solutions in SharePoint 2010. Specifically: The Managed Metadata Service application in SharePoint 2010 allows users to create and utilize taxonomies in various ways. Microsoft has included a robust taxonomy API in SharePoint 2010 that can be leveraged in custom solutions. In this session we’ll explore how you can import taxonomies programmatically and create custom solutions that leverage taxonomies in various ways.
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    Blog: Recapping my sessions from the SharePoint Connections Coast-2-Coast show in San Diego, CA

    I’m just about to wrap up my last session at the SharePoint Connections Coast-2-Coast show in San Diego, CA . As promised I’ve uploaded both slide decks & code samples for you to download an enjoy. My sessions were as follows: Building Silverlight Applications for SharePoint 2010 with MVVMSharePoint 2010 introduced numerous capabilities available to developers for building rich Silverlight applications. In this session we’ll take a look at what is available to you specifically in the Client Object Model & REST services.
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    Blog: SharePoint Connections Coast-to-Coast San Diego, CA next week!

    As I mentioned a few months ago there’s a roadshow going on across the country put on by the folks who put on SharePoint Connections. I’m presenting three sessions at the San Diego, CA (May 2-4, 2011) stop next week. The sessions I plan to present are as follows: Building Silverlight Applications for SharePoint 2010 with MVVMSharePoint 2010 introduced numerous capabilities available to developers for building rich Silverlight applications. In this session we’ll take a look at what is available to you specifically in the Client Object Model & REST services.
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    Blog: SharePoint 2010 SDK Offline TechNet Content (*.CHM) Updated

    The downloadable compiled help (CHM) files for the SharePoint 2010 SDKs TechNet content have been updated and available for download. This is my preferred way of working with the SDK as I spend a lot of time offline and on the road. Get it hot off the press! » SharePoint Foundation 2010 CHM (April 1, 2011 SDK refresh) » SharePoint Server 2010 CHM (April 1, 2011 SDK refresh)
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    Blog: 14 Free SharePoint 2010 Webinars by Critical Path Training

    Last year when SharePoint 2010 came out, my company ( Critical Path Training ), sponsored a series of 10 free webinars introducing SharePoint 2010 . Well, a month or so ago we announced in our newsletter another series of 14 webinars starting this week. These are free to anyone and cover the developer, end user and power user but we do have a limit on how many people can be in each session so don’t delay… register and attend one today!
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    Blog: MVP Renewed for SharePoint Server

    Gotta love April 1st… this is my anniversary date for my MVP award. You never know if you’re going to have an April Fool’s joke pulled on you or not. Regardless, I got the email this morning that I was renewed for my 7th year in the MVP program. Guess the joke was that my junk filter caught it first :P. My first two years were for Content Management Server (CMS) and when CMS was retired in favor of moving the feature set over to the SharePoint platform, I was transitioned over.
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    Blog: SharePoint 2010 - Starter Taxonomies Now Available

    Ryan Duguid from Microsoft recently posted on the ECM Team Blog that Microsoft recently teamed up with WAND to make their General Business Taxonomy available as a free download. Very cool for those looking to get started with taxonomies! Also check out additional taxonomies from WAND (these aren’t free) in the areas of Products & Services, Local Search, Enterprise, Jobs, Travel, Medical, Lifecycle, Finance and Records Retention. » Microsoft ECM Team Blog: Taxonomy-The Challenge of Starting from Scratch
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    Blog: Minimizing the page weight in anonymous SharePoint 2010 Publishing Sites

    SharePoint 2010 uses a lot of JavaScript libraries to implement the very rich and responsive user experience. Many of these libraries are necessary to implement the ribbon and other editing controls. While the new script-on-demand (SOD) capability in SharePoint 2010 is supposed to suppress libraries that aren’t needed on a specific page request, some still seem to get through. Chris O’Brien has a fantastic approach to removing known libraries, by name, from the page request to make for an even smaller page weight in SharePoint 2010.
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    Blog: Looking Ahead to 2011-New Year Resolutions

    Last year about this time I wrote a blog post where I called myself out and posted five things I wanted to get stronger at in 2010. Looking back, I think I did a decent job: Silverlight Development - Safe to say I’ve been bit by the SL bug. I find I can be so much more productive building business apps with Silverlight than with other tools. I dove head first into Silverlight in learning some tips and tricks as well as adopting the MVVM design pattern (I prefer using the MVVM Light Toolkit ).
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    Blog: AC's Best Damn SharePoint 2010 Books

    Now that we’ve got a bunch of books on the market and SharePoint 2010 has been out for a while, I think it’s time for another post like my SharePoint 2007 one that picked my favorite SharePoint 2010 books. I’ve had a chance to review all the books below, even though two aren’t published yet. These are my favorites for SharePoint 2010. Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2010 by Ted Pattison, Andrew Connell & Scot Hillier Real World SharePoint 2010: Indispensable Experiences from 22 MVPs by SharePoint MVPs Professional SharePoint 2010 Branding and User Interface Design by Randy Drisgill, John Ross, Paul Stubbs, Larry Rieman & Jacob Sanford Professional Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2010 by Scot Hiller & Brad Stevenson Beginning SharePoint Designer 2010 by Asif Rehmani, Woody Windischman, Bryan Phillips & Marcy Keller Professional SharePoint 2010 Administration by Shane Young, Todd Klindt & Steve Caravajal Disclaimers: I did contribute content to Real World SharePoint 2010 & Inside SharePoint 2010.
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    Blog: ***NOW AVAILABLE*** MSDN: Real World Branding with SharePoint Server 2010 Publishing Sites

    An article I worked on has recently been published to MSDN. The article, Real World Branding with SharePoint Server 2010 Publishing Sites , walks designers through the process of creating a custom brand in SharePoint Publishing sites as well as helping developers take the design and implementing it as a custom brand using Features and Solutions. Here’s a summary on what the article is all about: Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 publishing sites use Publishing Features to provide capabilities to create engaging web content management (WCM) sites.
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    Publication: Real World Branding with SharePoint 2010 Publishing Sites

    Learn essential concepts to help you create engaging user interface designs in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 publishing sites.
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    Blog: SharePoint Connections Fall 2010 Las Vegas, NV Wrap Up

    This past week I was in Las Vegas, NV for the annual fall SharePoint Connections conference. This is one show I look forward to every year in part because it’s a good show and also because it gives me another op to make it to one of my favorite cities. Unfortunately this show didn’t go as well as I had planned it. Due to some personal issues I couldn’t fly out until the last minute before the bulk of my four sessions (three of which were on Wednesday).
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    Blog: **ACTION REQUIRED** Latest ASP.NET Vulnerability (Advisory #2416728) Affects SharePoint 2010

    You might have heard by now about the latest security advisory for ASP.NET (# 2416728 ) that many folks are talking about. It involves the being able to request and download files via the web.config file. Scott Guthrie’s blog post as well as the advisory discuss how to address the issue. This issue also affects SharePoint because it is an ASP.NET application. Microsoft has recently blogged that it affects SharePoint and the workaround should be applied ASAP on every single SharePoint WFE server.
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    Blog: Critical Path Training is giving away a Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate with MSDN Subscription!

    We just sent out our monthly newsletter to all our subscribers, but wanted to pass this fun little contest along to anyone who’s interested: It’s been nearly a year since the beta version of SharePoint 2010 was released and the production version has been available for 5 months. As a result, we would like to see what folks have been able to build with the new version. We will be giving away a Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate with MSDN Subscription to the person who demonstrates the best new tool, trick or customization.
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    Blog: SharePoint 2010 SDK Offline SDK (*.CHM) Updated

    This morning I noticed that Randall Isenhour recently blogged about an updated SharePoint 2010 SDK that’s available for download. This is my preferred way of working with the SDK as I spend a lot of time offline and on the road. Get it hot off the press! » Randall Isenhour: Updated SharePoint 2010 SDK Now Available for Download » Microsoft Download Center: SharePoint 2010 Reference SDK
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    Blog: Why I don't do SharePoint 2010 development on Windows 7

    I noticed this post the other day by SharePoint legend & Certified Master Todd Carter . In it he references the MSDN article that shows you how to setup a Windows 7 box to do SharePoint 2010 development . By the way, if you’ve been under a rock, you can now do SharePoint 2010 development on a client operating system such as Windows Vista SP2+ or Windows 7 (both must be 64-bit).
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    Blog: I'll be presenting at the New York City SharePoint User Group, September 1

    I’m looking forward to returning to New York City the week of August 30th to work with a client. While there I’ll be presenting at the local SharePoint User Group in Manhattan for their September meeting on Wednesday, 9/1/2010. Here’s the presentation I’ll be doing: Incorporating Managed Metadata in Custom Solutions Microsoft injected strong support for metadata, taxonomies and folksonomies in SharePoint 2010 with the addition of the Managed Metadata service application and Managed Metadata field type.
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    Blog: Upgrading a Site Collection from SharePoint Server 2007 WCM to SharePoint Server 2010 WCM

    In this article, I show you how to take a custom Publishing site fpr Office SharePoint Server 2007 WCM and upgrade it to a SharePoint Server 2010 WCM.
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    Blog: Upgrading a SharePoint 2007 WCM site to SharePoint 2010 WCM

    Over the last year I’ve demonstrated a few times how to upgrade a SharePoint 2007 WCM site to SharePoint 2010 at various conferences such as the SharePoint Conference in October 2009 and TechEd 2010 . While there are plenty of ways to do this, I thought I’d document my demo for others to duplicate in their own environment. You may be familiar with the Adventure Works Travel sample SharePoint 2007 Publishing site Microsoft released in 2009.
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    Blog: Chapters 1-4 of our upcoming Inside SharePoint 2010 development book on MSDN

    A few months ago I blogged that MSDN published the first chapter from our book, Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Well now there’s even more content for you to grab! The first four chapters are now up on MSDN for you to read online! Chapter 1 - SharePoint 2010 Developer Roadmap Chapter 2 - SharePoint Foundation Development Chapter 3 - SharePoint Developer Tools in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Chapter 4 - Sandboxed Solutions » MSDN: Inside SharePoint Server 2010 » Amazon: Inside SharePoint Server 2010
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    Blog: Extending LINQ to SharePoint Entity Models for SharePoint Server 2010 or Custom Field Types

    The new support for LINQ in SharePoint 2010 makes it much easier to read and write data to/from SharePoint lists. The way it works is that you run a utility SPMETAL.EXE to generate the entity model that is used as the context for the queries. Quite helpful but it only includes the fields (the data types in SharePoint like “single line of text”) that are out-of-the-box in SharePoint Foundation 2010 (SPF2010).
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    Blog: SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content Management Resources

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again that I think one of the most important areas of improvement and innovation in the latest release of SharePoint is in the area of Enterprise Content Management (ECM). In SharePoint ECM covers a vast array of topics all centered on managing the entire life cycle of content including the following: Web Content Management Records Management Document Management Digital Asset Management Web Analytics EDiscovery Managed Metadata Enterprise (syndicated) Content Types Variations (for multilingual scenarios) Content Deployment Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) As you can see, it covers a HUGE surface of SharePoint Server 2010.
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    Blog: SharePoint MVP Chat brought to you by MSDN - Wednesday, May 26

    MSDN has been hosting chats on various topics such as Windows CE, SQL Server, Office development, .NET Development… you name it. In just over a week’s time they will be hosting another on SharePoint. Here are the details: Chat with the SharePoint MVP Experts Do you have tough technical questions regarding SharePoint for which you’re seeking answers? Do you want to tap into the deep knowledge of the talented Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals?
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    Blog: ***NOW AVAILABLE*** Create your own SharePoint Server 2010 RTM Virtual Machine - The Complete Guide

    With the release of SharePoint Server 2010 to RTM, everyone wants to create their own virtual machine. The process may not be as straightforward as some expect. We at Critical Path Training have created a complete setup guide that helps you get your own environment setup. It includes the following: Setting up a Windows Server 2008 R2 Setting up Active Directory & DNS Setting up SQL Server 2008 R2 RTM Setting up & configuring SharePoint Server 2010 RTM Setting up & configuring Office 2010 Professional Plus 2010 RTM Installing SharePoint Designer 2010 RTM Installing Visio 2010 RTM Installing Office Web Applications RTM Setting up & configuring Visual Studio 2010 RTM Our guide walks you though each step in a ton of detail complete with screenshots along the way.
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    Blog: ***NOW AVAILABLE*** MSDN: Creating Custom SharePoint Server 2010 Field Types and Field Controls with Silverlight 3

    An article I worked on has recently been published on MSDN. The article, Creating Custom SharePoint Server 2010 Field Types and Field Controls with Silverlight 3, demonstrates how to create a custom SharePoint field type and field control that leverages Silverlight 3 as the editing and display experience. While the article is written for SharePoint 2010, it does also apply to SharePoint 2007. The only real difference is that you don’t have access to the rich Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint Development Tools and that your SharePoint 2007 server is not configured OOTB to support Silverlight 3.
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    Blog: Creating Custom Error Pages in SharePoint 2010

    For those who build custom Internet facing SharePoint Web Content Management sites, which means they are likely anonymous, one of the most frustrating things was trying to implement a custom error page in SharePoint 2007. Thankfully this has been addressed in SharePoint 2010. Microsoft PFE Todd Carter ( aka: Carl Fredrickson ) recently blogged how you can create your own custom error pages… and you aren’t limited to just the error page… you can create Login, Request Access, Confirmation, Access Denied and Sign-Out Pages too!
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    Blog: SharePoint Visio Stencils!

    You see this question come up every few weeks or so in email, on Twitter, on blogs, at your local grocery story… ok, maybe in Redmond, Washington around the corner from Microsoft, but certainly not in MY grocery store… my son’s classmates in his pre-K did ask me about it though… but I digress… Maxime Bombardier recently posted about some stencils and templates he’s created on his blog. » SharePoint Visio Stencil and Template for designing solution packages (WSP) and features
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    Blog: Looking forward to the SharePoint 2010 Evolution Conference in London, just over a week away!

    In just over a week’s time, the week of April 19th - 21st, I’ll be presenting two sessions at the SharePoint 2010 Evolution Conference in beautiful London. My two sessions are related to Web Content Management (shocker, I know): What’s new with Web Content management in SharePoint Server 2010In this session attendees will learn what improvements Microsoft added to SharePoint Server 2010 for hosting content-centric sites including one-click authoring, leveraging metadata, improvements to the Content Query Web Part and event the new Web Analytics service for monitoring the status, health and activity of a content-centric site in SharePoint Server 2010.
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    Blog: Recapping SharePoint 2010 Pro Summit in Las Vegas, NV

    Last week was the spring version of SharePoint Connections in Las Vegas, NV dubbed the SharePoint 2010 Pro Summit . I presented three sessions at this show: HDEV01 - Upgrading & Extending SharePoint 2007 WCM Sites with SharePoint Server 2010 WCM HDEV02 - Interacting with SharePoint 2010 Off the Server: Introducing the Client Object Model HDEV03 - Customizing SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Content Management Document Sets I’ve posted the slide decks & some of the demos (those that can be downloaded) in the Members only section of the Critical Path Training site for download.
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    Blog: I'll be speaking at TechEd 2010 North America on SharePoint 2010

    Got word this week that I’ll be presenting two sessions at TechEd 2010 North America speaking on SharePoint 2010: Developing Document Sets in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content ManagementIn this session, learn about a new capability in SharePoint Server 2010 that allows users to create a single work product that is comprised of many components: Document Sets. This session begins with an introduction of the out-of-the-box capabilities of document sets and then moves into how developers can customize and extend document sets for unique solutions.
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    Blog: SharePoint ECM Team Blog is Active Again! Info on ECM, RM, DM, WCM, DAM, XYZ

    While it was quiet for quite a while, the SharePoint Enterprise Content Management (ECM) team blog is active again. This is the place where you’ll get a direct voice from the product team on the areas of all areas of ECM including: Records Management Document Management Digital Asset Management Web Content Management Notice that last point… WCM is considered a piece of ECM and thus this is where you’ll hear about WCM from the product team.
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    Blog: ***NOW AVAILABLE*** MSDN: Designing and Developing High-Performance SharePoint Server 2007 Publishing Sites

    An article i worked on has recently been published on MSDN. The article, Designing and Developing High-Performance SharePoint Server 2007 Publishing Sites , explains some tips and tricks on getting the most out of your WCM sites built on SharePoint Server 2007. Here’s the article summary on MSDN: Learn about the Web Content Management features in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 that enable organizations to deploy Internet-facing publishing sites, and considerations for developers and designers when designing and building high-performance publishing sites.
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    Publication: Designing and Developing High-Performance SharePoint Server 2007 Publishing Sites

    Learn about the Web Content Management features in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 that enable organizations to deploy Internet-facing publishing sites, and considerations for developers and designers when designing and building high-performance publishing sites.
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    Blog: I'll be presenting at the SharePoint Pro 2010 Summit and Expo in Las Vegas, NV (March 16-19, 2010)

    Ahh… another Vegas trip on the horizon! Next year’s spring SharePoint Connections show has been renamed to the SharePoint Pro 2010 Summit and Expo conference. In addition, it’s been moved from the traditional Orlando venue in the spring to the beautiful Bellagio hotel and casino in Las Vegas. Join me along with other great SharePoint developer presenters like Ted Pattison , Scot Hillier , Asif Rehmani , Rob Bogue , Kirk Evans and John Holliday !
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    Blog: SharePoint 2010 Changes in Rendering

    In SharePoint 2007 many customers provided lots of feedback to Microsoft… ok, they complained… that the markup generated by SharePoint 2007 (which also meant WSS 3.0 and ASP.NET 2.0) was not clean, concise or friendly to accessibility requirements. What’s new in the SharePoint 2010 generated markup story Microsoft heard this loud and clear and committed to have SharePoint 2010 generate WCAG 2.0 AA complaint markup. However you may seen or heard in various places, even from a Microsoft person, in a blog or in some news report, that SharePoint is also generating XHTML 2.
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    Blog: Upgrading a SharePoint 2007 Publishing Site Master Page to SharePoint 2010

    At the SharePoint Conference in Vegas two weeks ago I co-presented a session with Chris Johnson from Microsoft on how to upgrade a SharePoint 2007 Publishing site to SharePoint Server 2010. We covered some pre-upgrade stuff, things to watch out for, but what I think was likely the most interesting piece of the whole session was when we took a content DB backup of a 2007 site, restored it and added it to SharePoint 2010 ( using a similar process I wrote about previously and then modified created a new master page from the sites custom branded 2007 master page and added the 2010 stuff like the ribbon and developer dashboard.
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    Blog: SharePoint Connections Fall 2009 - Las Vegas again!

    The SharePoint Conference 2009 is now behind us but in just under two weeks SharePoint Connections Fall 2009 show will kick off in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay the week of November 9-13, 2009. Are you going to be there? I will along with Critical Path Training ! This show has loads of great SharePoint 2007 breakout sessions on topics like document and records management, leveraging JQuery in SharePoint, social networking and SharePoint Designer.
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    Blog: SharePoint Live Virtual Conference and Expo - November 5, 2009

    Did you miss the SharePoint Conference 2009 in Las Vegas last week? Shame on you! No worries… there are other ops for getting up to speed on SharePoint 2010! Next Thursday, November 5, 2009 from 11a-5p ET there will be a virtual [online] **FREE** conference: SharePoint Live Virtual Conference and Expo . This show will feature big SharePoint names like Ted Pattison , Scot Hillier , Shane Young , Bob Fox , Wouter van Vugt , Joel Oleson , Mike Watson , Martin Tuip, Mary Leigh Mackie and me!
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    Blog: SharePoint Conference 2009 - Wrapup

    Wow… what a great show last week. It was filled with a TON of fun! We started it off with a great SharePoint by Day, SharePint by Night at EyeCandy. Plenty of folks lit up Twitter and the blogs repeating all the great info that was now available now that the NDAs were lifted. I thought you’d see a flurry of a TON of blog posts on Monday morning at 12p ET when the NDAs were lifted, but only a handful came out.
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    Blog: Part 3 - What''s New with SharePoint Server 2010 Web Content Management

    This post is part of a series on what’s new with Web Content Management (WCM) in SharePoint Server 2010. The other posts in this series can be found here: Web Content Management (WCM) in SharePoint Server 2010 Now for the part most are probably waiting for… what’s new with SharePoint Server 2010 Web Content Management! I’ll touch on just a few things in this post… obviously you can leverage a ton of the new stuff in SharePoint that’s available across the board such as Silverlight, leveraging the ribbon, and so much more.
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    Blog: Part 2 - What's improved with SharePoint Server 2010 Web Content Management

    In this post, I explain what’s improved with Web Content Management in the SharePoint Server 2010 release and how it’s going to benefit your WCM sites.