- Why using the Minimal SharePoint Master Page is a bad idea?
- I Dispose So…
- Automating WSS v3/MOSS 2007 development environment setup: Part I – Planning
- Extending Content Query Web Part XSLT with custom functions
- Auto-Implemented Properties and Developing WebParts
- Building SharePoint View Queries with CAML
- To dispose, or not to dispose – That is the question
- Getting SPContext.Current in a SharePoint 2007 WCF Service
- Mobile People Search
- SharePoint Team Development with Visual Studio 2005 2008 Part 3
- SharePoint’s Hidden Gems – RPC methods that make up owssvr.dll
- SharePoint for Developers: 3.2 Hands-on – getting list items
- WSS FAQ additions and corrections CXXI – 21st – 27th September 2008
- InfoPath and Web Content Management: an End-to-End SharePoint Scenario — Part 2: Submitting the InfoPath Form to a Document Library
- Additional Restrictions on File and Folder Names in SharePoint
- Unable to upload big files when running SharePoint on Windows 2008
- Expected Errors When Provisioning a New SharePoint Site
- InfoPath error: “The required version of the Microsoft .NET Framework is not installed on your computer or the InfoPath Primary Interop Assembly (PIA) is not registered”
- SharePoint dev strategies – it’s not all about Features!
Archive for September, 2008
Posted by Steve Pietrek on September 6, 2008
I had a good day yesterday. Earlier this week I started a project at a new client who is in the beginning stages of rolling out SharePoint. Yesterday, not only did I get my badge (so I won’t have to worry about getting stuck in the security door again), I had the opportunity to sit through a very valuable brainstorming session.