<rant> I just need to go off for a minute. I just got off the phone with a “SharePoint guy” for the leadership for some potential work that I am not going to do. These individuals do not know or understand SharePoint from the fundamental understanding of how they’d like to use it for the […]
I just went through the harrowing experience of developing a SharePoint app for a high trust environment. Some of it was due to office politics, while most was due to plain miscommunication and incompetence. There are some important lessons to be garnered which I think apply to any instance in which you are contemplating developing […]
Here is the deck and workbook I showed off at SPS Atlanta. Hit me up if you need more information.
I just realized I’d left this unpublished from a few weeks ago. This should have been published before my trip to SharePoint Saturday Atlanta. —-BREAK—- So I’m working with a new client again, and I’m seeing what I’ve often seen with other previous clients: test sites and test lists and even testtesttest2 lists. This drives […]
I’m building out a little thing for the company’s recruiters for when we add a friend to the list. An email goes to the boss of all of the recruiters saying one dropped. I have a link to the resume and the item, but I also had all of the pertinent information in the email. […]
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 […]
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 […]
Just finished up SharePoint Saturday DC. These are the slides I used. They have my script typed into the notes pages. If you want the Excel workbooks, check my other blog, http://www.madwhitehatter.com/blog/. If you would like to share your war stories on this site, please drop me a line. I can make you an acount.
I just figured out something cool. I was reading http://thebitsthatbyte.com/ because I met the blog’s author, Kelly Rusk, at SharePoint Saturday Charlotte over the weekend and wanted to check on some stuff he had mentioned. He pointed out in a recent post that one could use intellisense in OneDrive if you go to open up […]
Office 2016 was just released today. I was so excited to download and install it. I have my reasons. Just ask those of you who get annoying junk mail notifications in Outlook 2013 how much you hate it. Yeah, Microsoft never fixed it. I then started looking into how I should upgrade. Most easily done […]