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5 Years! #ImWithSlalom #LoveYourFuture      26-Sep-2017     108  
This is not a fluff piece. I wasn’t asked to write this or prompted to share my thoughts. Like everything on my blog, this is my own view and opinion. I want to share the why behind “I&...
I’m Speaking at #SPSNE! You should come!      22-Sep-2017     81  
If you haven’t heard yet, SharePoint Saturday New England is coming October 28th! Registration is now open, so get over there! Join New England area SharePoint architects, developers, and inf...
I had the pleasure to co-present PowerShell and Office 365: ITPro #Awesomesauce with my friend and colleague Mike Dixon at the Boston Office 365 User Group yesterday. It was a great session with a ...
If you assumed that SharePoint’s REST API would return the document icon for your document by default, you’d be wrong. If you don’t assume that, then you’re smarter than me....
What’s a large list? Anything over 5,000 items. Why is this such a low limit? Great question, and Microsoft does a good job explaining it in their help documents: To minimize database content...
Customizing SharePoint’s Modern Lists’ Forms      25-Jan-2017     619  
Ya know that awesome new interface we get in Office 365 called Modern Lists? Ya know how that’s not editable, or customizable, or extensible? Well, ya know it right! It’s not. However&#...
Embedding your JavaScript into a SharePoint page      10-Nov-2015     608  
A very typical approach for client side development in SharePoint is to throw the code onto the page where you need it. You can alternatively put into the master page, but generally speaking, most ...
Special thanks to Joann for the question! A common use case is to have a list of people in a list in SharePoint, maybe they’re members of a project, contacts for a department, your favorite p...
Thank you SPSNH for a great day of SharePoint! I love it when I get to speak AND attend AND learn something! SharePoint Saturdays are an awesome resource to us in the community. If you never heard ...
I’m excited to announce I’ll be speaking at this year’s SharePoint Saturday New Hampshire! Microsoft has deprecated the SharePoint Online Public Website offering, leaving companie...
SharePoint’s Not Dead…. It Procreated!      13-May-2015     1347  
SharePoint is amazing. It has been great over the years. Seeing it grow up from a basic document library to a robust fully featured enterprise portal and content management, with search, taxonomy f...
This past weekend I had the privilege, no, the honor to present at the 2nd SharePoint Saturday in Connecticut. It was a great day! I learned some new stuff, as well as got to meet some other great ...
I am very pleased to share that I’m speaking at SharePoint Saturday in Connecticut, on November 8th! More details: http://www.spsevents.org/city/ct/ct2014 In my session we’ll be disussi...
It’s the most mo-some time of the year      30-Oct-2014     886  
Coming this weekend, the fantastic month of November and great mustachery begins! I did this last year as well, and as I enter my second round of mo-someness, I can’t wait! My wife still isn&...
SharePoint: Hiding Ribbon and More with IsDlg      28-Oct-2014     634  
SharePoint has this neat little feature on every page that allows you to hide the header and nav on the page by simply appending isdlg=1 to the end (careful, it’s case sensitive). It comes in...
If you’re diving into the wonderful world of developing for Office 365, or SharePoint Online, don’t let go of your development environment just yet! Keeping your on premise instance of ...
If you’re used to SharePoint, and the display form on lists, you may be thinking you can use that on your SharePoint Online Public Sites as well. Sadly, by default your anonymous users cannot...
Vertical Promoted Links in SharePoint 2013      15-Aug-2014     1245  
Originally posted on Views from Veronique:SharePoint 2013 has nice little tiles called Promoted Links to link to stuff all over your sites.  However, they all display horizontally when you add them...
I am very pleased to share that I will be presenting at this month’s Boston Office 365 user group, on August 21st. I will be sharing about using SharePoint Online public website, which you ge...
My colleague Marty and I had the wonderful opportunity to present at the Boston SharePoint Users Group, comparing the collaboration features between Salesforce and SharePoint Online (Office 365). W...
Salesforce Communities or SharePoint Online, what’s right for you? They both boast collaboration, but which one works for you? My colleague, Marty Chang (Salesforce Architect, @martyychang, b...
Before you make SharePoint Public – 2 more times      09-May-2014     491  
I wanted to quickly share on two more options for you to listen in on my session Before you make SharePoint Public. SP24 is reairing all of their sessions, this Wednesday and Thursday, May 14th ...
Coming to Boston: Office 365 User Group!      02-May-2014     480  
Are you curious about Office 365? What it is, how it can save you time and help you be more productive? Are you getting the full benefits of all that Office 365 has to offer? One of the ways for pe...
Navigating multiple calendars in SharePoint      29-Apr-2014     494  
This topic came up over on SharePoint.StackExchange.com, and I thought I’d share here too. You may want to setup a single page to view multiple calendars. Calendar overlay is a great way to h...
I found a new update on Office 365 today! This comes as a surprise since it wasn’t mentioned anywhere else yet, even in the message center (see my other post on 2 other recent Office 365 upda...