Monthly archive for June 2008

Mapping Mashups Presentation Followup

Last night’s presentation to the San Antonio SharePoint User’s Group was a lot of fun. I enjoyed showing off some things I’ve learned and I got some great feedback from the 13 or so in the audience.   As promised here are some links from my presentation: My slide deck, Mapping Mashups in SharePoint Designer (pptx) and  Mapping Mashups in SharePoint Designer (pdf) From Demo 1 How to Integrate Virtual Earth Maps with a SharePoint List, MS SharePoint Designer Team Blog SASUG

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I’ll be presenting at June’s San Antonio SharePoint Users Group Meeting

It’s official. I just received my invitation for the June 24th San Antonio SharePoint Users Group Meeting with the following program: June 24th Program: Travis Lingenfelder will be demonstrating the SASUG website and some of the ways that he added requested functionality to SharePoint such as provisioning events and related assets and sites using features to deploy all modifications for portability. Tom Resing will be presenting Mapping Mashups with SharePoint Designer including an Overview of Current Map Service Providers, an Introduction

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Why Focus on SharePoint Designer

In my first post, I mentioned a focus on SharePoint Designer. Why? 1. SharePoint Designer is an awesome new product.Microsoft invested a huge amount of R&D money in this new Office System. And who doesn’t love the new SharePoint, Word, the open xml documnet format and all the rest. But replacing Front Page with SharePoint Designer may have been the best investment. Without SharePoint Designer, branding would be near impossible, workflow customization limited and we wouldn’t have the Data View Web Part. But don’t

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