.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (Service Pack 1) changes to ViewState causes stability issues in Sitecore products

I just received the email below from Sitecore regarding stability issues that .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (Service Pack 1) is causing with all Sitecore products. I am glad they sent this out. Hopefully the companies using Sitecore products will see it before they install the Service Pack and lose a lot of time with the issues it is causing. There are a couple questions that come to mind, but the first one is this the only product that will have problems? If you are using a product that is built on top of ASP.NET you may need to be very … Continue reading .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 (Service Pack 1) changes to ViewState causes stability issues in Sitecore products

SharePoint resources continue to see exponential grow

Just 2 days ago now the SharePoint Pod Show pushed their very first podcast. It was definitely great to listen to it and am very excited about the upcoming shows! They’ve created a SharePoint Pod Show FaceBook group so you can let them know what you want to hear as well! A few weeks ago one of the hosts, Rob Foster instant messaged me that he was starting up a SHAREPOINT NATION! FaceBook group and wanted me to start up a SHAREPOINT NATION! LinkedIn group, so I did. It’s a term, a chant, a life style, that Rob coined around … Continue reading SharePoint resources continue to see exponential grow

CNBC – America’s Top States for Business 2008

I just happened to see the blog post by Jason Edwards about how his state, Texas, is ranked # 1  on CNBC’s Top States for Business 2008 rankings. So of course I was curious, how well would Oklahoma rank? Well it appears we’ve moved up 4 spots from # 32 to # 28. What’s really odd is the really bad drop from # 9 to # 30 on the Workforce category and the huge jump in Economy from # 26 to # 3. What’s disappointing is Education practically stayed flat from # 47 to # 45 and Technology & Innovation … Continue reading CNBC – America’s Top States for Business 2008