For any of our friends across the pond or anyone luckily enough to go, a new SharePoint User Group has formed in the UK. Their first meeting is February 13th! Check it out…
I’ve got who’s-its and what’s-its galore
You want thing-a-mabobs?
I’ve got twenty
But who cares? No big deal. I want more…
Is it just me, or has the blogsphere been inundated with blog gizmos? And they are all cool. Continue reading Blog Gizmo Overload
I am very happy and honored to announce that I was awarded Microsoft’s Most Valued Professional (MVP) for Windows SharePoint Services. I am humbled by the recognition and feel very privileged to be acknowledged by the community. Thanks to everyone who supported me during the nomination process and everyone who has helped me learn and grow in SharePoint. I look forward to continuing to contribute to our community and strive to help it grow.
Cheers all and thanks again…. Heather
SharePoint Discovery Kit released Continue reading SharePoint Discovery Kit released
I love the show MythBusters, and one of my favorite blog funny men has posted the first half of a very cool interview with Adam Savage. Topics covered include how Jamie and Adam met, how the show started and some of his background. Well worth the read if you dig the show.
… and I actually like it much better than the last version. They stuck with the “e” and the swoosh but glammed it up a bit and make it much more modern and gel-ish. I have to say I am surprised they haven’t ditched the version number and gone to some cool hip name or something. I am not complaining though, I like verison numbers, makes dev and support easier. Continue reading IE7 will have new icon and logo…
Mike Fitz addresses the MSFT article “Supported and unsupported scenarios for working with custom site definitions and custom area definitions in Windows SharePoint Services and in SharePoint Portal Server 2003” and steps through what MSFT means by support, how to get yourself back in a supportable state if you need help, and some tips for support in regards to custom code.
Two homes have been transformed by local artists into a large funnel like vortex that starts in one home and ends in the other. The artists removed the exterior wood from the house and used it to create a vortex. Continue reading Local Art Project
I have just crawled out of the depths of an 8 month long SharePoint project and I have the war wounds to prove it. I told myself I would start a blog after that project was done, so here I am. My plan for this blog is to mainly post things I have learned or dealt with in regards to SharePoint. But I am not a developer; instead UI, design and SharePoint administration is my gig. I am gainfully employed, and I am thankful for that everyday. I try to maintain a life away from my computer, and at times I am successful. But I do see this as an outlet… so anyways… off I go!