Fundamental Concepts at the Heart of SharePoint

  SharePoint has several features that can be used in many differing combinations to meet business needs. At its heart SharePoint primarily addresses the need for us to collaborate to produce electronic information then to publish this to a wider audience. The basic structure has not changed in 2010. A Server farm made up of […]
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Application Architectures in Windows Azure, Part 1

Once requirements have risen above the trivial, applications have always benefited from the use of good architectures.  These architectures have evolved, over time, to take best advantage of the technologies which were available.  Well architected applications have the advantage of being easier to maintain and understand than un-architected ones.  In addition well architected applications are easier to […]
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Using Focus Words in Your Requirements

Let’s look at the focus words we commonly use in our requirements documents. Requirements use many words to signal their focus and intent, such as ‘will’, ‘must’, ‘may’, ‘can’, ‘shall’, or ‘should’. There are some legal ramifications to certain focus words if they appear in a written contract. These concerns may govern what words can […]
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Building the Course Load

  A key part of our course is the practical work that attendees will carry out in the form of Hands on exercises that reinforce the theory. Building a course load is therefore an important part of the course development process. In many ways we face the same decisions that production SharePoint administrators face when […]
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What is Windows Azure?

Windows Azure is Microsoft’s offering in the rapidly emerging “Cloud Computing” market.  Essentially it is a collection of services running in Microsoft data centers that can be used by developers to deploy applications.  This frees the developer from having to worry about things like managing networks, purchasing hardware and provisioning servers.  An often confusing issue […]
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