SharePoint Server developers, if you want to find out how to incorporate SharePoint’s social networking features into your own application, how to call SharePoint Server Search from a client, or how to enhance your Business Connectivity Services (BCS) implementation, this is the Jump Start for you. Learn to write the server and client side code that will enable your users to work more collaboratively, find the information they want more easily, and communicate with the outside world.
If you’ve ever had to restore a large SharePoint or other SQL DB, here’s a handy little T-SQL for guesstimating how long a it’s going to take. Run this when one or more Restore’s are in progress. Note that it would spin up actual TimeRemainingMin’s until it actually picks up speed and get’s going (past 0% in the dialog GUI):
Are you a developer for the Microsoft platform, interested in helping your organization collaborate and manage workflow using SharePoint solutions? Take this course to learn the core skills common to most SharePoint development activities. Find out how to work with backend data and front end user interfaces and security. You’ll get some guidelines and best practices that will help you optimize your SharePoint applications. You’ll see some cool demos that will show you how to create an app, deploy it to a catalog, and install it. And you’ll see workflows inside the dramatically enhanced SharePoint Designer. This Jump Start will help you prepare for Exam 70-488.
When attempting to reorganize your SharePoint 2013 topology you may also want to specify a new path for your search Index. The reason for this might be that you want to have a dedicated drive for a large or busy search index. You can find the general technique for modifying the topology here: http://mmman.itgroove.net/2013/03/changing-the-sharepoint-2013-search-topology/
A client reported in that their homepage newsfeed which was being fed from the RSS feed that comes with the Blog on SharePoint Online, was missing it’s content. Despite there being blog posts, the RSS feed was rendering just the header section with no article content.
Visual Studio 2013 is now available for MSDN subscribers! Public launch is Nov. 17-http://events.visualstudio.com/