Monthly archive for November 2008

Two Topics: SharePoint Hands On Labs and SharePointReview.com

If you haven’t gotten a chance to check out the recently updated Windows SharePoint Services Hands on Labs, you might be interested in their recent integration with Visual Studio 2008. Not only is it integrated with the new version of VS, it integrates with the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Tools: Visual Studio 2008 Extensions. Very cool and a great introduction to what is new in both updates! Take advantage of the Virtual Labs, Mike Walsh has the best list. If

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Microsoft Certified Master Application

In response to my Microsoft Certified Master Application from Microsoft this morning: Thomas Resing Senior Software Engineer MicroLink, LLC San Antonio, TX 78232 United States of America Congratulations! You have met the pre-requisite exam requirements. If you don’t read the SharePoint Product Team blog daily, you may have missed this big certification news from earlier this week. Introducing the Microsoft Certified Master and Certified Architect for SharePoint

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SharePoint Author and Expert Bill English to present in San Antonio

Bill English, author and SharePoint expert, is coming to San Antonio in March!   Bill will be presenting at the San Antonio SharePoint User’s Group (SASUG) meeting Tuesday, March 24th. Expect more details at the February meeting.   SASUG is taking a break for the Holidays, but regular meetings will resume in January at the normal date of the fourth Tuesday of the month.   For more information on SASUG visit the group homepage at http://www.sasug.net and join us in the LinkedIn SASUG Group.

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On Michael Gannotti’s SharePoint Brown Bag and Blog Network

Microsoft SharePoint blogger Michael Gannotti hosted a live meeting brown bag today. Two things I loved about it Insight into Microsoft’s future direction on SharePoint He used the Facebook Blog Networks Application to host the details Facebook Blog Networks Application   You can now Join my network for Tom Resing’s SharePoint Blog on Facebook. Michael joined my newtork today. It’s a great forum for readers of my blog. As a value add for people in his network, he published the

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