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Gannotti talks to MicroLink CTO Malcolm Hyson

Check out The SharePoint Samurai talking up DiscoverPoint, a product I contributed to in a small part.   The samurai otherwise known as Michael Gannotti talks with MicroLink CTO Malcolm Hyson at Microsoft’s SharePoint Conference. Gannotti is excited about the new MicroLink product DiscoverPoint and it’s integration of SharePoint with dynamic content from FAST ESP.   Malcolm is a Microsoft SharePoint MVP award winner and contributor to Manning Press’ online book SharePoint Server 2007 Survival Guide. He leads MicroLink’s product

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Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009 Bookmarks

Some of the New Features of SharePoint 2010 – from SPC09 » Springhouse Blog – Delivering Education to You Wow! "no more SSP" and "Metadata Terms store" The Forrester Blog For Information & Knowledge Management Professionals What was missing from the video interview. Controlling SharePoint 2010 Deployment in VS 2010 – Eli Robillard’s World of Blog. Q&A: Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer On Sharepoint 2010 — Microsoft SharePoint 2010 — InformationWeek Long interview with detail Microsoft Business Connectivity Services Team Blog

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SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint Conference Day 1 Highlights

My colleague Rich Olivieri offers this summary of SharePoint 2010 Points live from the Microsoft SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas: Support for developing on a client OS so long as it is 64bit Windows 7 or 64 bit Vista SP1. API available through REST. You can call listdata.svc and get a strongly typed response vs a weakly typed response from lists.asmx. It is WCF REST combined with ADO Data Services. You can link lists through a look up column and

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SharePoint Conference Keynote to be Live Streamed

The keynote address Monday by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and VP of SharePoint Jeff Teper will be streamed live from the conference website www.mssharepointconference.com.   Follow the Conference RSS Feed for updates like these straight from the organizers.   Also note, if you are attending the conference in person, note that WiFi will be off during the keynote Monday. If you want to live blog or tweet, you’ll need a cellular modem.   Are you excited about the announcements at

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