Author: Scott

A Screw Loose

I often complain about neck pain. I usually share this with people soon enough because people ask me why I hurt, so I’ll just save my breath a little and tell everyone. It still hurts, but it isn’t like it used to be. On January 17, 2011, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a guy pulled […]

Metadata vs Folders

I just came across a group post on LinkedIn this morning about the use of folders in SharePoint document libraries. I made a decent response via my phone, but I wanted to make a proper post. Current best practice for SharePoint – few folders or no folders? The last time I looked at SharePoint architecture […]

Hidden Titles

The primary purpose for me to start this blog was to highlight a few of those war stories I’ve got of saving the day. I will leave the names of the clients I’ve had out of this.   So here is a rather recent event. A whole lot of us were on a rather large […]

Why SharePointSuperHeroes

Firstly, I wanted to explore a few war stories and tell you about those SharePoint challenges I’ve faced over the years.  I hope to bring on a couple others to share their experiences as well.  I’ve maintained madwhitehatter.com for the last few years, but that was a blog using Office365, which has stopped allowing new […]