ineta Community Champion Award Letter of Commendation 2012

I have been honored this year with with the ineta Community Champion Award. ineta is an awesome organization who I first became involved with Birds of a feather during teched 2007.

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Thank you ineta for your community involvement at so many of the events I attend and thank you for this award

Hopefully I will be recognized again.  it was a much appreciated honor to receive the first time…

We love “Birds of A Feather” please keep them coming to all of the events.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-Ivan

Wow I won the Annual INETA 2012 Q2 Champion Award

How cool is INETA…

INETA Community Champions

The INETA Community Champion Award is an annual award given to those who give to the developer community. It is awarded on a quarterly basis and lasts for twelve months. Members record their numerous contributions to the community. At the end of each quarter the top contributors will be selected to receive the INETA Community Champion Award.

Looks like there were 4 other winners this quarter… http://ineta.org/

My Profile was deleted??? Argh that was pain to keep updated. But at least I have experience now and hopefully I will not make any mistakes… LOL

 

 

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Thank you INETA!!!

 

-Ivan

List of All Default SharePoint 2010 Content Types

I thought I would throw this out there for folks who might not have the information yet..

I have included all of the SharePoint 2010 Default Content Types below:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
  <ContentTypes>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0101009148F5A04DDD49cbA7127AADA5FB792B" 
      Name="Rich Media Asset" 
      Description="Upload an asset." 
      Group="Digital Asset Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0101009148F5A04DDD49cbA7127AADA5FB792B00AADE34325A8B49cdA8BB4DB53328F214" 
      Name="Image" 
      Description="Upload an image." 
      Group="Digital Asset Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0101009148F5A04DDD49cbA7127AADA5FB792B00291D173ECE694d56B19D111489C4369D" 
      Name="Video" 
      Description="Upload a video file." 
      Group="Digital Asset Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0101009148F5A04DDD49cbA7127AADA5FB792B006973ACD696DC4858A76371B2FB2F439A" 
      Name="Audio" 
      Description="Upload an audio file." 
      Group="Digital Asset Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x00A7470EADF4194e2e9ED1031B61DA0884" 
      Name="Common Indicator Columns" 
      Description="BizAppsCTypes" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x00A7470EADF4194e2e9ED1031B61DA088401" 
      Name="Fixed Value based Status Indicator" 
      Description="Create a new Status Indicator using manually entered information" 
      Group="Business Intelligence"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x00A7470EADF4194e2e9ED1031B61DA088402" 
      Name="SharePoint List based Status Indicator" 
      Description="Create a new Status Indicator using data from SharePoint Lists" 
      Group="Business Intelligence"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x00A7470EADF4194e2e9ED1031B61DA088403" 
      Name="Excel based Status Indicator" 
      Description="Create a new Status Indicator using data from Excel Services" 
      Group="Business Intelligence"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x00A7470EADF4194e2e9ED1031B61DA088404" 
      Name="SQL Server Analysis Services based Status Indicator" 
      Description="Create a new Status Indicator using data from SQL Server 
      Analysis Services" 
      Group="Business Intelligence"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01010058DDEB47312E4967BFC1576B96E8C3D4" 
      Name="Report" 
      Description="BizAppsCTypes" 
      Group="Business Intelligence"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100A2E3C117A0C5482fAEE3D57C48CB042F" 
      Name="Web Part Page with Status List" 
      Description="Create a page that displays Status Indicators and Excel workbooks." 
      Group="Business Intelligence"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x" 
      Name="System" 
      Description="ctypes" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01" 
      Name="Item" 
      Description="Create a new list item." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0101" 
      Name="Document" 
      Description="Create a new document." 
      Group="Document Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010101" 
      Name="Form" 
      Description="Fill out this form." 
      Group="Document Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100629D00608F814dd6AC8A86903AEE72AA" 
      Name="Office Data Connection File" 
      Description="ctypes" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100B4CBD48E029A4ad8B62CB0E41868F2B0" 
      Name="Universal Data Connection File" 
      Description="Provide a standard place for applications, 
      such as Microsoft InfoPath, to store data connection information." 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010102" 
      Name="Picture" 
      Description="Upload an image or a photograph." 
      Group="Document Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010104" 
      Name="Unknown Document Type" 
      Description="Allows users to upload documents of any content type to a library. 
      Unknown documents will be treated as their original content type in client applications." 
      Group="Special Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010105" 
      Name="Master Page" 
      Description="Create a new master page." 
      Group="Document Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010108" 
      Name="Wiki Page" 
      Description="Create a new wiki page." 
      Group="Document Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010107" 
      Name="User Workflow Document" 
      Description="Items for use in user defined workflows." 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0102" 
      Name="Event" 
      Description="Create a new meeting, deadline or other event." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0103" 
      Name="Issue" 
      Description="Track an issue or problem." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0104" 
      Name="Announcement" 
      Description="Create a new news item, status or other short piece of information." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0105" 
      Name="Link" 
      Description="Create a new link to a Web page or other resource." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0106" 
      Name="Contact" 
      Description="Store information about a business or personal contact." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0107" 
      Name="Message" 
      Description="Create a new message." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x012002" 
      Name="Discussion" 
      Description="Create a new discussion topic." 
      Group="Folder Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0108" 
      Name="Task" 
      Description="Track a work item that you or your team needs to complete." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010801" 
      Name="Workflow Task" 
      Description="A work item created by a workflow that you or your team 
      needs to complete." 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010802" 
      Name="Administrative Task" 
      Description="An administrative work item that an administrator needs to complete." 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0109" 
      Name="Workflow History" 
      Description="The history of a workflow." 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0110" 
      Name="Post" 
      Description="Create a new blog post." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0111" 
      Name="Comment" 
      Description="Create a new blog comment." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0120" 
      Name="Folder" 
      Description="Create a new folder." 
      Group="Folder Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x012001" 
      Name="RootOfList" 
      Description="ctypes" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010A" 
      Name="Person" 
      Description="ctypes" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010B" 
      Name="SharePointGroup" 
      Description="ctypes" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010C" 
      Name="DomainGroup" 
      Description="ctypes" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010109" 
      Name="Basic Page" 
      Description="Create a new basic page." 
      Group="Document Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01010901" 
      Name="Web Part Page" 
      Description="Create a new Web Part page." 
      Group="Document Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01010A" 
      Name="Link to a Document" 
      Description="Create a link to a document in a different location." 
      Group="Document Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0116" 
      Name="East Asia Contact" 
      Description="Store information about a business or personal contact." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01010B" 
      Name="Dublin Core Columns" 
      Description="The Dublin Core metadata element set." 
      Group="Document Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01003A8AA7A4F53046158C5ABD98036A01D5" 
      Name="Health Analyzer Rule Definition" 
      Description="Create a New Health Analyzer Rule" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0100F95DB3A97E8046b58C6A54FB31F2BD46" 
      Name="Health Analyzer Report" 
      Description="A report from the health analyzer" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x012004" 
      Name="Summary Task" 
      Description="Group and describe related tasks that you or your team needs to complete." 
      Group="Folder Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0120d5" 
      Name="Document Collection Folder" 
      Description="Create a new Document Collection Folder" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0102007dbdc1392eaf4ebbbf99e41d8922b264" 
      Name="Schedule" 
      Description="Create new appointment." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0102004f51efdea49c49668ef9c6744c8cf87d" 
      Name="Reservations" 
      Description="Reserve resource." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01020072bb2a38f0db49c3a96cf4fa85529956" 
      Name="Schedule and Reservations" 
      Description="Create a new appointment and reserve a resource." 
      Group="List Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01000f389e14c9ce4ce486270b9d4713a5d6" 
      Name="Circulation" 
      Description="Add a new Circulation." 
      Group="Group Work Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01007ce30dd1206047728bafd1c39a850120" 
      Name="Official Notice" 
      Description="Add a new Official Notice." 
      Group="Group Work Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0100807fbac5eb8a4653b8d24775195b5463" 
      Name="Phone Call Memo" 
      Description="Add a new Phone Call Memo." 
      Group="Group Work Content Types" />
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01004c9f4486fbf54864a7b0a33d02ad19b1" 
      Name="Resource" 
      Description="Add a new resource." 
      Group="Group Work Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0100ca13f2f8d61541b180952dfb25e3e8e4" 
      Name="Resource Group" 
      Description="Add a new resource group." 
      Group="Group Work Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01009be2ab5291bf4c1a986910bd278e4f18" 
      Name="Holiday" 
      Description="Add a new holiday." 
      Group="Group Work Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0100c30dda8edb2e434ea22d793d9ee42058" 
      Name="Timecard" 
      Description="Add a new timecard data." 
      Group="Group Work Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0100a2ca87ff01b442ad93f37cd7dd0943eb" 
      Name="What's New Notification" 
      Description="Add a new What's New notification." 
      Group="Group Work Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0100fbeee6f0c500489b99cda6bb16c398f7" 
      Name="Users" 
      Description="Add new users to this list." 
      Group="Group Work Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010018f21907ed4e401cb4f14422abc65304" 
      Name="New Word" 
      Description="Add a New Word to this list." 
      Group="Group Work Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100734778F2B7DF462491FC91844AE431CF" 
      Name="List View Style" 
      Description="Create a new List View Style" 
      Group="Document Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0100DC2417D125A4489CA59DCC70E3F152B2" 
      Name="Rule" 

Description="Create a rule that moves content submitted to this site to

the correct library or folder."

      Group="Content Organizer Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0120D520" 
      Name="Document Set" 
      Description="Create a document set when you want to manage multiple documents 
      as a single work product." 
      Group="Document Set Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100672A3FCA98991645BE083C320B7539B7" 
      Name="E-mail Submission" 

Description="This content type has columns that correspond to common properties

that are sent when email is submitted to the content organizer."

      Group="Content Organizer Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100C568DB52D9D0A14D9B2FDCC96666E9F2007948130EC3DB064584E219954237AF39004C1F8B46085B4d22B1CDC3DE08CFFB9C" 
      Name="" 
      Description="" 
      Group="Page Layout Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100C568DB52D9D0A14D9B2FDCC96666E9F2007948130EC3DB064584E219954237AF39004C1F8B46085B4d22B1CDC3DE08CFFB9C0055EF50AAFF2E4badA437E4BAE09A30F8" 
      Name="" 
      Description="" 
      Group="Page Layout Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0101002BC33ABE0D8E4c16869C931114180652" 
      Name="Help Topic" 
      Description="Create a new help topic." 
      Group="Help Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01010200843A16AAA75E4183BE3B5C15E22CD5F3" 
      Name="Help Media File" 
      Description="Add a new media file." 
      Group="Help Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0120008DA1DFDB55E84aa7BE833756C834A9AD" 
      Name="Help Category" 
      Description="Create a new category of help topics and links." 
      Group="Help Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01200096501358E9504b1a98FE7E8AC436060F" 
      Name="Help Collection" 
      Description="Create a new help collection." 
      Group="Help Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100F8EF98760CBA4a94994F13BA881038FA" 
      Name="InfoPath Form Template" 
      Description="A Microsoft InfoPath Form Template." 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01080100C9C9515DE4E24001905074F980F93160" 
      Name="WorkflowTaskIP_Name" 
      Description="WorkflowTaskIP_Description" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0101004C06BE72B56941358D9BD0B31603EC4D01" 
      Name="PerformancePoint Data Source" 
      Description="Add a new Data Source to the document library using the Dashboard Designer" 
      Group="PerformancePoint"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0101004C06BE72B56941358D9BD0B31603EC4D" 
      Name="PerformancePoint Monitoring Document Type" 
      Description="PerformancePoint Monitoring Document" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01002DDC53CB1D5F4520BE0568558051291F" 
      Name="PerformancePoint Base" 
      Description="PerformancePoint Base Content Type" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01002DDC53CB1D5F4520BE0568558051291F06" 
      Name="PerformancePoint Dashboard" 
      Description="Add a new Dashboard to the list using the Dashboard Designer" 
      Group="PerformancePoint"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01002DDC53CB1D5F4520BE0568558051291F05" 
      Name="PerformancePoint Filter" 
      Description="Add a new Filter to the list using the Dashboard Designer" 
      Group="PerformancePoint"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01002DDC53CB1D5F4520BE0568558051291F03" 
      Name="PerformancePoint Indicator" 
      Description="Add a new Indicator to the list using the Dashboard Designer" 
      Group="PerformancePoint"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01002DDC53CB1D5F4520BE0568558051291F01" 
      Name="PerformancePoint KPI" 
      Description="Add a new KPI to the list using the Dashboard Designer" 
      Group="PerformancePoint"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01002DDC53CB1D5F4520BE0568558051291F04" 
      Name="PerformancePoint Report" 
      Description="Add a new Report to the list using the Dashboard Designer" 
      Group="PerformancePoint"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01002DDC53CB1D5F4520BE0568558051291F02" 
      Name="PerformancePoint Scorecard" 
      Description="Add a new Scorecard to the list using the Dashboard Designer" 
      Group="PerformancePoint"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100C568DB52D9D0A14D9B2FDCC96666E9F2" 
      Name="System Page" 

Description="System Page is a system content type template created by the

  • Publishing Resources feature, and it cannot be modified. To add columns to the
  • Pages library, update the Page content type template."
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100C568DB52D9D0A14D9B2FDCC96666E9F2007948130EC3DB064584E219954237AF39" 
      Name="Page" 
      Description="Page is a system content type template created by the Publishing 
      Resources feature. The column templates from Page will be added to all Pages 
      libraries created by the Publishing feature." 
      Group="Publishing Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0101000F1C8B9E0EB4BE489F09807B2C53288F" 
      Name="System Master Page" 
  • Description="System Master Page is a system content type template created by
  • the Publishing Resources feature, and it cannot be modified. To add columns
  • to master pages in the page layouts gallery and master page gallery, update
  • the Master Page content type template."
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0101000F1C8B9E0EB4BE489F09807B2C53288F0054AD6EF48B9F7B45A142F8173F171BD1" 
      Name="Publishing Master Page" 
      Description="Master Page is a system content type template created by the 
      Publishing Resources feature. All master pages will have the column templates 
      from Master Page added." 
      Group="Publishing Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01010007FF3E057FA8AB4AA42FCB67B453FFC1" 
      Name="System Page Layout" 

Description="System Page Layout is a system content type template created by the

Publishing Resources feature, and it cannot be modified. To add columns to page

layouts in the page layouts gallery and master page gallery, update the Page Layout

content type template."

      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01010007FF3E057FA8AB4AA42FCB67B453FFC100E214EEE741181F4E9F7ACC43278EE811" 
      Name="Page Layout" 
      Description="Page Layout is a system content type template created by the 
      Publishing Resources feature. All page layouts will have the column templates from 
      Page Layout added." 
      Group="Publishing Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010087D89D279834C94E98E5E1B4A913C67E" 
      Name="Page Output Cache" 

Description="Page Output Cache is a system content type template created by the

Publishing Resources feature to define cache profiles."

      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100C568DB52D9D0A14D9B2FDCC96666E9F2007948130EC3DB064584E219954237AF390064DEA0F50FC8C147B0B6EA0636C4A7D4" 
      Name="Welcome Page" 
      Description="Welcome Page is a system content type template created by the 
      Publishing Resources feature. It is the associated content type template for the 
      default page layout used to create welcome pages in sites that have the Publishing 
      feature enabled." 
      Group="Page Layout Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100C568DB52D9D0A14D9B2FDCC96666E9F2007948130EC3DB064584E219954237AF3900242457EFB8B24247815D688C526CD44D" 
      Name="Article Page" 

Description="Article Page is a system content type template created by the

Publishing Resources feature. It is the associated content type template for the

  • default page layouts used to create article pages in sites that have the Publishing
  • feature enabled."
      Group="Page Layout Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01004D5A79BAFA4A4576B79C56FF3D0D662D" 
      Name="Reusable Text" 
      Description="" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01002CF74A4DAE39480396EEA7A4BA2BE5FB" 
      Name="Reusable HTML" 
      Description="" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100C568DB52D9D0A14D9B2FDCC96666E9F2007948130EC3DB064584E219954237AF3900FD0E870BA06948879DBD5F9813CD8799" 
      Name="Redirect Page" 
      Description="Redirect Page is a system content type template created by the 
      Publishing Resources feature. It is the associated content type template for 
      the redirect page layout" 
      Group="Page Layout Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01004613D6562E4C41A7B9DADDAC1689E00D" 
      Name="Published Link" 
      Description="Create a New Published Link" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100C3676CDFA2F24E1D949A8BF2B06F6B8B" 
      Name="Report Builder Report" 
      Description="Create a new Report Builder report." 
      Group="Report Server Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x0101007DFDDF56F8A9492DAA9366B83A95B3A0" 
      Name="Report Data Source" 
      Description="Create a new report data source." 
      Group="Report Server Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100D8704AF8ED734F4088724751E0F2727D" 
      Name="Report Builder Model" 
      Description="Create a new Report Builder model." 
      Group="Report Server Content Types"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01080100C9C9515DE4E24001905074F980F9316000A245BAB39C6543159300E33084BA0409" 
      Name="Publishing Approval Workflow Task (en-US)" 
      Description="A work item created by an workflow that you or your team needs to complete." 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01080100C9C9515DE4E24001905074F980F93160003A15057E2AF34B67B32E14B94EB70409" 
      Name="Approval Workflow Task (en-US)" 
      Description="A work item created by an workflow that you or your team needs to complete." 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01080100C9C9515DE4E24001905074F980F93160000EEA96BE7C83464C9211129CD27F0409" 
      Name="Collect Feedback Workflow Task (en-US)" 
      Description="A work item created by an workflow that you or your team needs to complete." 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01080100C9C9515DE4E24001905074F980F9316001" 
      Name="Signatures Workflow Task Deprecated" 
      Description="Deprecated" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01080100C9C9515DE4E24001905074F980F93160002E9DB43AC527439AB853AE4FC8360409" 
      Name="Collect Signatures Workflow Task (en-US)" 
      Description="A work item created by an workflow that you or your team needs to complete." 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x010100E4FE8612EC394E3690F102C0A1A07563" 
      Name="Translation Document" 
      Description="ListTemplates" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
    <ContentType 
      ID="0x01004613D6562E4C41A7B9DADDAC1689E00D" 
      Name="Published Link" 
      Description="Create a New Published Link" 
      Group="_Hidden"/>
  </ContentTypes>
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I have found this and other invaluable when declaratively creating lists and libraries, the next post in this series will have the default Field References, then the Default Lists, and last the list of default features…

 

Cheers,

Ivan Sanders,

SharePoint MVP, Developer, Architect, & Evangelist – Dimension Solutions

Cell: 949-375-7316   |  Office: 949-734-0799 


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SharePoint Saturday San Diego 2012 wrap

Wow, this is one of my favorite SharePoint Saturday events due to the love the attendees give you and being able to hang with Chris Givens, his wonderful wife, Jeremy Thake and Nick Carr from AvePoint, David Kruglov from ShareSquared, Nedra Allmond from Perficient, Steve and the guys from Axceler along with all of the new people I have been so fortunate to meet. The only SharePoint Peep missing was Randy but I know he’s off in Asia having a great time.. Randy we still missed you!

Also, it was great weekend because I received the SharePoint Server MVP Award for the third time, I am so blessed and honored! I am just very lucky to have the opportunity to meet and work with all the other SharePoint Peeps and I look forward to seeing everyone in SharePoint Saturday Toronto this weekend July 7th , then I will be doing a session with the San Fernando Valleys SharePoint User Group on July 11th and I have uploaded the session to SlideShare already in preparation of the SPUG event (I was working the last time in OC and missed the UG meeting though I called getting to the San Fernando Valley from OC can take 4 hours ;( but I still have to upload the Toronto Presentation (just when I thought I was almost finished working for the weekend, lol…)

In addition, I will be working on the second edition of Business Intelligence in Microsoft SharePoint vNext book with some pretty cool people and the first edition is here.

So that’s a wrap to another SharePoint Saturday weekend with another one on the way in Toronto next weekend. I miss everyone from this weekend already, I am so glad we have another one next weekend and I may go to the SharePoint Saturday New York but only as an attendee. How can you miss a chance to hang with SharePoint Peeps ion New York???

Have fun everyone and have a great week

 

-Ivan

Next OC SharePoint User Group Meeting – User Adoption 06/20/2012

John Roe, our local SoCal Microsoft Technical Solutions Professional (TSP) for LA and San Diego to be our keynote speaker.

John comes from a rich SharePoint background including terms at Proficient  / SpeakTech as a SharePoint Architect. Has been recently named our local TSP for SoCal, John is responsible for the Microsoft relationship as it pertains to Collaboration products including our wonderful SharePoint product line!

 

John will be presenting a session on User Adoption:

• The Challenge of Adoption
• Must-Haves in Your Adoption Strategy
• Find Your Killer Application
• Crawl, Walk & Run
• Must-Have Resources

 

-Ivan

 

Next SoCal IASA Meeting – Best Practices for Estimating Your Projects 07/21/2012

The next SoCal IASA chapter meeting will be Thursday June 21, 2012 at Rancho Santiago Community College District, 2323 N. Broadway, Santa Ana. Meeting starts at 7:00 pm, pizza and networking 6:30 pm. Meeting cost is $5 to help us cover the cost of food and beverages. RSVP by emailing to Mike Vincent if you plan to attend.

Are you afraid of making estimates? You are not alone! Do you know why making quality estimates AND tracking actuals is so important? Can you really estimate how long a football game will be? Learn the importance of accurate estimating and how that skill will help you define and manage your customer’s expectations. Discover the difference between ‘ideal time’ and ‘elapsed time’ and why your estimates need to encompass both. Join others in learning the anatomy of an estimate and lean techniques to make your life easier. Come learn some great tips you can begin using your first day back on the job.
Michael Krasowski

Michael KrasowskiMichael is Vice President of Development at PDSA, Inc. and brings over 32 years of Information Technology experience to bear at his position. Prior to joining the PDSA team, Michael was the Director of Information Technology at the Long Beach division of Boeing. He was responsible for all aspects of computing – strategic planning, architecture, application lifecycle, asset management, and outsource management – where he managed a budget of over $90 million dollars and 140+ people. Michael’s responsibilities at PDSA are to manage all projects and personnel while ensuring quality services are delivered on time and on budget to our valued clients. He has been instrumental in defining and executing a solid internal business and engineering process to ensure quality services. Michael also has been an instructor at UCLA and University of California, Irvine’s extension program since 1985. He instructs or has instructed the following courses: Microsoft.NET, Advanced Visual Basic, and Relational/Distributed Database Management and Design. Michael holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from UCLA, and has published several articles on database management, SQL Server and Visual Basic. He has also spoken at industry conferences, such as Advisor’s DevCon and Informant Conferences on Microsoft Technologies and best practices.

 

-Ivan

My Upcoming Speaking Schedule

 

#SPSOrlando Creating Business Intelligence SharePoint 2010 & SQL2012 & Windows 8 http://www.sharepointsaturday.org/orlando/Pages/meetings.aspx
please join us for this Business Intelligence session on the SharePoint and Office set of BI features to build and integrate data-driven spreadsheets and applications with SharePoint 2010. This session will cover topics such as SharePoint 2010, with Windows 8, and SQL2012 PowerPivot, PowerView PerformancePoint Services, Reporting Services, Excel Services, KPIs, and much more…
June 09, 2012 – June 09, 2012
Orlando FLA

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  • #RMTT Developing List Definitions and Event Receivers in Visual Studio 11
    http://www.rmtechtrifecta.com/
    This session demonstrates how to create a List Definition with a corresponding List Instance, and then attach an Event Receiver to the list to perform some tasks. The objective of this session is to learn how to build List Definitions, List Instances, and Event Receivers using Visual Studio 2010 and how to use the Developer Dashboard in SharePoint 2010.
    • Create a SharePoint List Definition Project with List Instance
    • Customize the SharePoint List Definition and List Instance
    • Add an Event Receiver
    • Enable the Developer Dashboard
    • Use the Developer Dashboard
    May 19, 2012 – May 19, 2012
    Denver Colorado

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#SFVSPUG Search and Enterprise Content Management
http://sfvspug.org/SitePages/Home.aspx 
This session discusses strategies and techniques for deploying taxonomies in SharePoint 2010 and also includes a discussion of how to jump-start a taxonomy project by using pre-built foundational taxonomies. How many of you have copied contents from File Shares only to find that you can still not find anything just not find it faster?

I will show with a few simple steps how to implement automatic tagging or in place tagging so you don’t have to wait for your next migration or force management to use s spreadsheet to identify every document by using Boolean search not just synonyms as part of your Term Set.

If you choose to only use the Enterprise Keyword Settings on every document library I will give you a script to enable this feature on every document library. If you choose to use your own site columns I will provide a script that will make your Content Type the primary and apply it to every document library, then show how to modify the search result refiners so that you can drill through your search results. You don’t have to wait to make search work today
December 3, 2011 – December 3, 2011
May 9 2012
San Fernando Valley California

I hope to see many old faces and meet many new and these upcoming events. SharePoint is all about community

 

-Ivan

My 2012 MVP Global Summit Experience (Wrap Up)

I have been blessed, I got to hang out with with the guys who were doing SharePoint before anyone knew what SharePoint was. Though they may not know it, they were my hero’s, and the only source of information in the 2002, 2003. I am just lucky to be one of the team, During my time at MVP12, I arrived early to attend the first Office 365 Conference and hand with folks like Christian Buckley, Owen Allen, Fabian Williams, spoke with Joelo for a brief minute as he was headed to SPTechcon..Got to hang with Erica Toelle, Jeremy Thake (Jeremy I hate you, lol),, Corey Roth, Wouter, (we missed Wictor, but for a good cause).. The rest of the week flew by with breakfast @ 6am not finishing until 530 with Microsoft ten going out with your friends, and the release of the consumer preview of Windows 8.

Maurice Prather and I drove to Frys just so In could get another SSD Drive to build on my laptop with Windows 8 . When you talk about someone that is probably the most knowledgeable person I have had the opportunity to work with on a project and had the most impact on me its Maurice, and and then my work recently Jim Duncan who Maurice introduced me to in 2007 (we played Halo in his base on a 10ft projection screen) as while on a project in San Jose.

What was different from last year and previous experiences

Everything, all of the PGMs listened to what we had to say and al lot of the DEVs from the PG were onsite with us listening to everything we thought. This is huge cultural change for Microsoft at least for someone on the outside looking I since the beginning.

Since 1994 when I left telecommunications to become involved in the Computer Industry with Online Connecting Point and Jeff Tietser in 1994. Microsoft has become a better, better, and Partner and software Company to work with not selling vaporware but the real deal. The only sad part was when Microsoft was forced to slow down development due to regulation not improve the product as quickly as possible as it was impossible for the competition to keep up. Well that and the .COM bust was by far worse than anything else.

Then

I remember doing huge projects (huge at the time) for American Honda North America, Nestle North, Kaiser California. Warner Bros where we where in the case of Kaiser 30k desktops / Laptops a month for 6 months and every server in California replacing Novell, with Nestle or Honda North America we replaced all Servers, Desktops, and laptops with nothing more than the Resource Kits to create a website where you could in the case of Kaiser type in the doctors name or phone number and know whether his system had to be deployed into a webpage. If it was able to be upgraded the user would be notified when they arrived in the morning of their new password (this was the most intensive part besides building the website, it required the most people), we would would move all of their GroupMail to Exchange, Novell file shares to NTFS shares, and rebuild their laptop desktop with every app installed, GPO Policies based on the Security Group locked down every application and the doctor could only access the applications of the security Group he was in.

In almost all of these cases Microsoft would attempt to say that we had somehow violated their Support Agreement and or license, in every case we eventually convinced Microsoft that we in know way violated their Support Agreement or Licensing agreement (Imagine the clients reaction from the communication) an no they couldn’t charge the client for every application deployed unless they had access to the application.

This was just one example another is SIDs everyone thought SIDs were a huge issue when cloning a master image in reality  it was only an issue if your master image had ever been joined to the domain prior to it becoming an image. Due in part to our discussions with Microsoft there was a subsequent change of the agreement and  a new industry was born. Now we have tools that make migrations easy or easier they still take planning and execution. imho I am sure there were many others pushing for the same thing and we were not alone

In the mid 90s thanks to Tyler Bryson and Aaron Sloman things began to change in Southern California they listened to what we were planning and helped us do things that would have taken much longer with the local office support (they were ALWAYs available). Like migrating site server from NT4 to Win2k where if you remember you couldn’t even rename a site server without breaking it and this was Win2k in advance of any HPO Drivers for the 2500s.

Now

When working with Microsoft now, they listen to all complaints regardless of the the source. MVP12 was one of the best experiences I have had due to the honest and open communication with all levels of folks from the PG during the sessions, the content itself, but most of all getting to spend time with all of the folks that know SharePoint at least as well as myself and in most cases better.

Note: My apologies Todd Bleeker I think I gave you the SQL2012 RCO instead of the RTM version, oops…

To list all of my friends here would fill the page so I will just say thank you to the SharePoint MVP community for being my friends, helping to resolve my issues, and in general putting up with obnoxious personality. In my imho the SharePoint Server MVP Team is the best and the brightest of all the MVP Teams and groups in general

Thank you

Ultimately, I would be not just remiss, but rude if I didn’t thank Microsoft for bringing all of use together Once a year and for deploying the resources to build such a great Community not just listening, being open and honest, but.  There really is nothing like all us being in the same place and time in Redmond and the Microsoft Campus.

My thank goes out to the MVP community for its support and I miss you guys, thank you for signing my MVP Hockey Jersey from last years MVP11, I luv you guys and look forward to learning more from each of you…

In the next few months I’m presenting at #SPSLA, #SPSHOU, #SPSSSV, and Hopefully Orlando and look forward to seeing many of you at one of the events if not several. I’m Sure we see each other at multiple SharePoint Saturdays, Teched, DevConnectioins, Build, SharePoint Conferences, and of course online etc.

Thank you Microsoft for everything you have done over the years and everything your doing to help make the Community stronger, more agile and listening to the opinions from all of us in the trenches.

 

Cheers,

-Ivan

LAC#/SCDN Windows Phone 7: Building Native Mobile Apps with HTML5 & jQuery

LA C# and SoCal .NET – Providing the best Practices, Presenters, and Prizes!

Happy New Year LA C# and SoCal .NET Developer Community!

LA C# Note :: The Manhattan Beach Library is being rebuilt and will be unavailable for LAC# meetings between July 2012 and December 2013. If anyone knows of an alternative location in the same general vacinity (perhaps along the 405 Freeway somewhere) that LAC# can use for 18 months, please reply back to this e-mail so we can connect up to discuss. Thanks!

Upcoming Schedule of Events

Please help us with our pizza order by RSVPing/enrolling (links in event-lines below).

1. Tues Jan 3 :: Jon Flanders @ LA C# :: Windows Phone 7:: Building Native Mobile Apps using HTML5 and jQuery :: RSVP <http://www.lacsharp.org/Home/tabid/98/ctl/Details/Mid/523/ItemID/7454/Default.aspx>

2. Wed Jan 4 :: <http://www.socaldotnet.org/Home/tabid/80/ctl/Details/Mid/524/ItemID/6780/Default.aspx> Jon Flanders @ LA C# :: Windows Phone 7:: Building Native Mobile Apps using HTML5 and jQuery :: RSVP <http://www.socaldotnet.org/Home/tabid/80/ctl/Details/Mid/524/ItemID/7455/Default.aspx>

3. Jan 28/29 :: SoCal Code Camp @ CS Fullerton <http://www.socalcodecamp.com/> – Call for Speakers, Sponsors, Volunteers, & RSVPs

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Jan. LAC#/SCDN Meeting Details:

Jon Flanders :: Building Native Mobile Apps with HTML5 and jQuery

Synopsis – HTML5 and JQuery are the cool new kids on the block for building Web Applications. People generally prefer native mobile apps over bookmarks in mobile browsers. Why not do both?

In this session you’ll see how you can use a native mobile shell on the popular mobile platforms (iOS, Andriod, and Windows Phone 7) to host an HTML5 application and how to interact with native APIs, handle offline mode, and deal with devices with different resolutions.

Bio – Jon is a member of the technical staff at MCW, where he focuses on connected systems technologies. Jon is most at home spelunking, trying to figure out how things work from the inside out. Jon is the author of RESTful.NET from O’Reilly,as well as Essential ASP for Addison-Wesley, and was a co-author of Mastering Visual Studio.NET for O’Reilly. Jon’s current major interest is helping people to understand the advantages of REST and how REST connects to products like SharePoint 2010. You can read his blog at http://www.rest-ful.net/

RSVP + More Details at www.lacsharp.org <http://www.lacsharp.org/Home/tabid/98/ctl/Details/Mid/523/ItemID/7454/Default.aspx>

RSVP + More Details at www.socaldotnet.org <http://www.socaldotnet.org/Home/tabid/80/ctl/Details/Mid/524/ItemID/7455/Default.aspx>

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Main Raffle Prizes

* SharpShoter Collection <http://www.perpetuumsoft.com/Net-ModelKit-Suite.aspx> $1,800

* Infragistics .NET Advantage <http://www.infragistics.com/> – $1,195

* Typemock Isolator <http://site.typemock.com/> – $799

* Devexpress CodeRush + Refactor Pro <http://www.devexpress.com/> – $249

* CodeSmith Tools <http://www.codesmithtools.com/> – $199

* JetBrains Resharper <http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/> – $199

 

-Ivan

 

SharePoint Saturdays where I volunteered in 2011 with all my friends

 

SharePoint Saturday LA

SharePoint Saturday Denver

SharePoint Saturday Utah

SharePoint Saturday Sacramento

SharePoint Saturday NYC

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Wow somehow it seems like more may be there are a couple I am missing. But I guess the number is about right. I also Volunteered for 3 SoCalCodeCamps > USC, Fullerton and Scripp and SharePoint Intelligence in Anaheim, and last but not least was one of the most fun events SharePointConnection‘s Developers Boot Camp in San Diego and San Francisco…

Wishing everyone a very happy holiday and an awesome new year. May everyone have many more events in their life in 2012 than I have had had in 2011 and have fun!!!!

My favorite part is meeting all of the cool folks that love SharePoint and use SharePoint for a living from Developers, Architects, Business Leaders, Administrators, and all of my friends where every year I don’t know what I would do without them, Thank you to all of you  who I have been lucky enough to work with and I look forward to meeting all the ones I haven’t.

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-Ivan

 

Thank you all for a wonderful year……

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