ODC 2009? – No! SPC 2009!

Last year I was very  lucky. Althought couldn’t attend the Office Developer Conference 2008 personally, I had had a chance to blog about it at the officedevs.hu (Hungarian). After a while, officedevs.hu was closed, but I moved my posts to my Hungarian…(read more)

SPBPUK – The Best Ever

As you probably know, I’ve been in London at the very beginning of April. As my baby girl is only 2.5 months old she was there with me as well as my son aged 3 and husband. It was not to easy to be a mom of two little kids and have two sessions at the same time, but definitely it was worth. The Best Practices Conference was the event best ever I’ve attended: hats off to Steve and Zoe and the other folks at Combined Knowledge: the place, the sessions, the attendees, and everything was superb, I’m very-very proud … Continue reading SPBPUK – The Best Ever

SharePoint Designer is Free!

Just announced officially: SharePoint Designer is available to download for free! No, this doesn't mean the end of this product's support. Moreover, stay tuned… I can't tell more as I'm under NDA, but the vNext will rock! Trust me! If you want to know more, see Asif's post.

MVP Renewed

  A few hours ago I've received the news: I've been renewed with the MVP award for another year.

Customizing master-detail lists with SharePoint Designer

Sometimes (very often) we have to be faced with the user requirements of master-detail lists. If you want to implement a very basic one, it’s very simple: lookup fields can have very big strong. For example, you need to store company data with contact people:   Well, how can you store these info pieces in SharePoint lists? – Of course, you’ll simply have two lists: first one for the companies, and the second one for the contact persons. In this second list you have to make a lookup column referring to the Companies list. In this column we’ll store the … Continue reading Customizing master-detail lists with SharePoint Designer


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SharePoint MVP Predictions for 2009

Office&SharePoint PRO asked a few of SharePoint MVPs to tell them what are our predictions for this year. As Dan Holme writes: "There are many other SharePoint MVPs around the world–all dedicated to disseminating knowledge to IT pros and developers working with SharePoint. I'd like to introduce you to some of them, and to make sure you didn't miss some of their "big" tips over the holidays, so for this first-of-2009 issue, I've invited them to share their predictions about 2009, and to point you to some of their first class tips, tricks, and guidance. I found it very interesting … Continue reading SharePoint MVP Predictions for 2009