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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Just Getting Started – Development of SharePoint 2010 Training

My role in the development of the new intro to SharePoint course (#1501) is to be involved in the selection and organisation of content then to review and pass feedback to the author as he develops the new material. Our goal is to produce a course that provides real world value in a way that […]
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How to Install SharePoint Server 2010 Beta (Standalone) on VMWare

I’m excited to let you know that I will be developing a SharePoint 2010 training course for Learning Tree International entitled: “Comprehensive Introduction to SharePoint 2010” that will be available to the public in June 2010. I am very fortunate to be working with David Severn, SharePoint expert based out of Ireland and Karen Najjoum, […]
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Code, just the code ma’am – The role of SharePoint Designer

The systems development paradigm has changed and like the frog sitting in steadily warming water I am not sure developers have noticed the temperature is going up. I wrote a SharePoint Designer course and I continue to be surprised with developer’s comments expecting to see more code for application development when dealing with SharePoint Designer. I think there […]
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Stop calling it SharePoint!

Too many times I hear at clients that people are building SharePoint applications. They tell their users that they are getting a SharePoint application. Users Bing (Google) SharePoint and imagine what they find. Stop, let’s think about this for a moment and change the technology to prove a point. If we were building an application […]
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