Who this book is for
This book is for Solution Architects, intermediate and senior .NET Developers, and intermediate SharePoint developers. You won’t need prior experience building solutions for SharePoint but it would be a great asset.
Found a nice little Firefox add-on, explores the idea of abstracting SharePoint-y navigation out of the website UI and into the browser. Works for SP 2007 and 2010 (not 2013):
New version of the BHOLD SP1 was out on Jan 8th and has been published on MSDN and TechNet for download. Interesting suite.
Our first SharePoint 2013 App is now for sale in the Microsoft Office store at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/store/home-and-back-buttons-WA103905494.aspx. The SharePoint search center get’s a lot of end user eyeball time, you may be surprised how much of a difference in user experience can be had by adding this little App. Go ahead and give the trial version a whiz, and help get your users stay oriented in your site navigation.
Thing’s change, hairstyles change. Journey rules, Journey sucks, Journey rules again and is playing tonight (in the year 2012) in my hometown stadium. Circle of life stuff. Maybe this functionality will make a comeback tour in the future.. know anything else that hasn’t made the cut? Let me know!
What is SharePoint Claims Authentication?
The claims-based identity is an identity model in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010 that includes features such as authentication across users of Windows-based systems and systems that are not Windows-based, multiple authentication types, stronger real-time authentication, a wider set of principal types, and delegation of user identity between applications.
What is OneNote?
Has to be asked – a surprising number of people are not aware of what OneNote is for and how powerful it can be for keeping organized.
A useful collection of info regarding co-authoring in SP 2010:
New (Oct.25 2012) release of the Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework is out.