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  • St. Louis Day of Dot NetMonday, August 25, 2014
    I'm happy to say that a session of mine has been accepted by the St. Louis Day of Dot Net committee, so I will be presenting at STL DODN in November.  I'll be presenting my Introduction to SharePoint Development lecture. Stay tuned for more details on the exact presentation time. If you're not familiar with the St. Louis Day of Dot Net , this is an event that has been gaining traction in the last several years and now attracts over a thousand attendees to learn about all aspects of .NET...
  • My New (Monster) Portable ServerFriday, July 11, 2014
    My trusty HP laptop, which I had for almost 5 years, finally went belly up. (Well, the solid state drives went belly-up.) The thing was on life support for years. Most notably, the video driver didn't work with Windows 8, so I couldn't hook the laptop up to a projector, couldn't hibernate it, and couldn't adjust the brightness. Ugh! So, kind of like when you have to get rid of that old trusty car, I was a little sad at first, but then I started to get VERY excited about its replacement. ...
  • SharePoint Development 101 presentation on Office MixMonday, July 07, 2014
    ​For those of you who are not familiar with Office Mix, it's an add-in to PowerPoint that lets you record audio, use screen markup tools, as well as embed assessments. You can then upload your "mix" to the Office Mix web site. I've created my own Office Mix slide deck from my SharePoint Development 101 presentation to the St. Louis Metro East .NET User Group meeting last month. You can hear an audio recording along with each slide, at https://mix.office.com/watch/1bgqd4roxt...