SharePoint: Recommended links June 2009
Posted by Tobias Zimmergren
I previously posted a short post about some good links around SharePoint. It proved to be a popular post. Not only providing a set of good posts, but actually pointing to good posts that is worth reading instead of having to pile through those 200 new posts/day in the RSS reader..
With that said, here’s yet another bunch of recent articles that I would like to recommend.
Recommended links, in no particular order
- Chris O’Brien’s Checklist on SharePoint Optimizations
Chris is talking about how you can optimize SharePoint and most of all – where you can find resources for optimization. He provides us with some insight in what his checklist looks like and gives us some tips and tricks on the way to get there!
- Waldek Mastykarz writes about different approaches to retrieve items from SharePoint lists
Waldek provides us with some insight on different ways to retrieve items from SharePoint lists, and what performance the different approaches may have.
- Wictor Wilén writes about six ways to store settings in SharePoint
Wictor talks about storing setting-values in different ways.
- Sahil Malik writes about SharePoint Debugging
Sahil has provided us with a great resource for learning more about SharePoint debugging.
- Video: Sahil Malik talks about Silverlight and SharePoint
Sahil demonstrates how easy it is to incorporate Silverlight in SharePoint
- Bob Mixon writes some good thought about IA in SharePoint
- Tobias Zimmergren writes an introduction to getting up and running with BDC in SharePoint
Since this article was proven to be highly popular, I’m pinning it down to this list as well!
I’ve read hundreds of great resources the last month, but I can’t list them all here (that’s what your RSS-reader is all about..) – but if you feel that you’ve got a great article or resource that was published in the last month which is worth highlighting, ping me.