A new year dawns, as we move into 2011. There’s plenty of awesome things going on that will shortly be announced for 2011.
Right now, though, let’s focus on what 2010 looked like. Here’s a short summary of some of the highlights.
Popular articles from 2010
The main focus of my blog the last few years have been to produce quality articles to help people (myself included) to better understand certain development tasks in SharePoint.
Here’s a list of some of the most popular articles I’ve written in 2010, in no particular order:
- SP 2010: Find error messages with a Correlation ID token in SharePoint 2010
- SP 2010: Developing with the Word Automation Services in SharePoint Server 2010
- SP 2010: Introduction to programmatically working with Taxonomies in SharePoint Server 2010
- SP 2010: Uploading files using the Client OM in SharePoint 2010
- SP 2010: How to create a PowerShell Snapin – Part 1
- SP 2010: How to create a PowerShell Snapin Cmdlet – Part 2
- SP 2010: SharePoint Server 2010 – Creating a custom Document ID provider
- SP 2010: Validate Sandboxed Solutions using SPSolutionValidator
- SP 2010: Getting started with Business Connectivity Services (BCS) in SharePoint 2010
- SP 2010: List Joins & SPQuery enchancements!
Events in 2010
What makes for a great year if not a great conference? Better yet, what makes for a great year if not for several great conferences?
During 2010 I was attending and speaking at various conferences, user groups and events around the globe. I’ve got to say that it’s quite awesome to be part of the SharePoint community.
Some of my favorite events of 2010 includes these;
- SEF 2010, Stockholm
- SharePoint Evolutions Conference, London
- TechDays, Örebro (Sweden)
- SSUG Events, Sweden
There was a few more conferences I was attending, but the aforementioned are the ones I thought brought significant value for the attendees (myself included) in terms of technical content, market understanding and building your social and professional network!
SSUG – Sweden SharePoint User Group
It’s with great pleasure that I can announce that the SSUG group is expanding and we’ve got a huge member base – we’re growing each day. What’s even more impressing is the quality and quantity of the people attending our meetings.
Without our members showing up on our meetings, we wouldn’t be able to sustain such a great group – a thank you goes to our members, as always!
For the third time in a row I was awarded the MVP award from Microsoft for my community engagement. Let’s hope that 2011 will be just as awesome and that we will spend many joyful hours together online and offline.
2011 is here, let’s embrace it like we always do with a new year and rock the socks off! There’s plenty of cool things going on in 2011 that you will not want to miss out – more on that later.
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