Next Tuesday (May 28) my newest Pluralsight course will drop. It’s a 6.5 hour epic journey through the world of SharePoint 2013 Development using the Client Object Model and REST API. Here’s the module (chapter) breakdown. Module 1: Introduction – Introducing the Client Object Model – Introducing the REST API Module 2: Programming with the… Continue reading
I’ll be doing a full-day post-conference session on SharePoint 2010 development at both DevTeach in Ottawa and Prairie DevCon in Winnipeg. This session is a day-long overview of development on the SharePoint 2010 platform. It is designed for those new to SharePoint, but will prove interesting to seasoned SharePoint developers looking to find out about… Continue reading
Take at least seven days of public training with ObjectSharp between now and December 31, 2009 and they will give you sweet Acer Aspire One NetBook computer. I’ve been using the Acer Aspire One for about a month now and I love it – I’m sure you will too.
If you’re interested in seeing some of the new features of Visual Studio 2008 in action, you should check out the series of “How Do I” videos at http://www.visualstudio2008beta.com/videos.htm. There are 13 up there now and more will be added every week. If you want to play along, head on over to http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/aa700831.aspx and download a copy of… Continue reading
SharePoint is a hot topic right now and there’s a lot going on in and around Toronto on the subject. I thought I’d take a moment to highlight a few. Toronto SharePoint Camp – October 20 The good folks over at the Toronto SharePoint User Group are organizing the first Toronto SharePoint Camp. They’re looking… Continue reading
My blog has been silent for a bit, not from a lack of desire to post but a lack of time. Back in April a signed a deal to work with ObjectSharp exclusively, adding Director of Training to my existing Senior Consultant role. So, for the last several months I’ve been learning the current business… Continue reading