Well it’s been a while since I posted on this blog and for good reason. In December I began a new role with Microsoft Australia. One of the side effects of taking up this role was that I resign my MVP status. So this will be my final post to my MSMVPS blog, it was great to be a part of the MVP Program the years that I was and I was proud to call myself and MVP. I hope that I will still have the pleasure of working with the MVP community moving forward. Now for the good news … Continue reading Off to big blue pastures
Well this has taken a lot longer than I would have liked to get this recording up on the web. Here it is, my session that I presented at the MOSSIG September meeting enjoy. Unfortunately the original recording I made on the night didn’t come out as well I would have liked so I had to re-record the session. I’ve done my best to address any questions that were asked on the night however if I’ve missed some please feel free to shoot them through on the comments and I’ll respond asap.
It’s now officially official, SharePoint Saturday Melbourne is locked in and scheduled for November 14th the site is now live and we are accepting Speaker Submissions so head on over to http://www.sharepointsaturday.org/melbourne and start getting those presentation idea’s down, we will stop accepting session submissions on Oct 21st so make sure you get your ideas in, don’t forget to when making submissions this will be occurring after the SharePoint Conference in Vegas so we should have a lot more freedom to talk about some of the new features of 2010. We’ll also have event registration open in the coming days … Continue reading SharePoint Saturday Melbourne! 14th November
Wow I can’t believe its been nearly a month since my last InfoPath 2010 video, it’s amazing how time sneaks past you when your not looking. In this video I take a look at one of the new controls in InfoPath 2010 the Picture button control. This new control adds a whole heap of new opportunities when designing forms that you want to be more engaging for your form user. Also I had a couple of comments on my last video that it was too small, I should mention that all videos on my blog are Silverlight so if you … Continue reading InfoPath 2010 Picture Button Control
The very first international SharePoint Saturday is now complete and so far all feedback has been very positive. First I’d like to say a big thankyou to all the speakers that made the effort to put their sessions together, and an even bigger thankyou to those speakers who trekked both from interstate and also internationally. All sessions were very well received as is evident by the feedback we heard at the pub afterwards; “I was expecting user-group level presentations, but these were as good as anything I’d see at Tech Ed.” –SharePoint Saturday Sydney Attendee Secondly I’d like to shout … Continue reading As the dust settles from SharePoint Saturday Sydney
With the release of the Office 2010 Client Applications earlier this week I thought it would be good to put together a couple of videos highlighting some of the new features of InfoPath 2010 Client interface, the following video takes you through some of the Interface changes in InfoPath 2010
Registrations for SharePoint Saturday Sydney are now open, so if you are planning to attend I recommend you head over now and follow the “Click to Attend” link Also don’t forget if you have any session ideas you can also forward them through using the form on the site.
It’s official SharePoint Saturday will be happening on the 8th of August at the Microsoft office in North Ryde. For those of you who don’t know SharePoint Saturday is the tech community craze that’s been sweeping the U.S. (and more recently the world) Originally stared by Michael Lotter the SharePoint Saturday event is based around having a single day of sessions all about SharePoint that is totally free. “Join SharePoint architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for ‘SharePoint Saturday’ event. SharePoint Saturday is an educational, informative & lively day filled with sessions from … Continue reading ANNOUNCING SharePoint Saturday Sydney!
So as we all know by now I recently rebuilt my machine with Windows 2008 R2. My main reason for doing this is so I could have a fully functional SharePoint development environment that runs locally without the need for virtual machines. Plus I now have the option of using Hyper-V when I do have the need for a virtual environment. I did however run into an issue when I attempted to setup my local development SharePoint site. Personally I prefer to have my local dev site under a host header, this time I decided to use spdev.local as my … Continue reading Get SharePoint host headers working locally in Windows 2008 R2
This evening I began rebuilding my laptop with Windows 2008 R2, while the install went swimmingly I did run into an issue once my machine was up and running, I couldn’t connect to my wireless network. The now the obvious issue would be that the drivers for my wireless adapter were missing but further investigation cleared that up. My adapter was there but no wireless networks were detected. So off to the fabled internet I went in search of answers. Turns out the Wireless Auto Configuration service is not installed on the server products by default. Open up the server … Continue reading Get your wireless working in Win 2008 R2