My most popular SharePoint posts of 2009

Author: Tobias Zimmergren http://www.zimmergren.net | http://www.tozit.com | [@zimmergren](http://www.twitter.com/zimmergren) Introduction As per requests, I have put together a small list of my post popular and most read blog posts of 2009. All in all, the year of 2009 was awesome – and we’ve only got even more awesome things to look forward to in 2010. But to get on with it, here’s my "Top 10 Most Popular SharePoint Posts" of 2009! My Top 10 Most Popular SharePoint Posts – 2009 MOSS 2007: Getting Started with the Business Data Catalog Related:…

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New SharePoint Year

I’m finally going.. Vacation! For the first time in 1.5 years I’m finally having a well deserved vacation :-) Got some nice SP 2010 posts lined up for january/february with all the new good stuff to know about developing with the new tools, as well as hacking about with the new object models. But for now I will just satisfy by wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year – and see you again next year! Cheers, Z…

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WSS and MOSS: Service Pack 2 Released Today!

Author: Tobias Zimmergren URL: http://www.zimmergren.net Introduction Previous major updates for SharePoint related technologies has been: Service Pack 1 Infrastructure Updates Misc. Rollups Today – as promised – Microsoft released the next set of updates called Service Pack 2. For an overview of major updates and rollups/cumulative updates post SP1, check out my mate Spence’s awesome blog here: http://www.harbar.net/articles/postsp1.aspx The new WSS 3.0 SP2 brings this to the table: Quoted from the Microsoft sites in the links section below! Some big areas of the improvements that the Windows SharePoint Services team…

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Recommended articles related to SharePoint

Author: Tobias Zimmergren URL: http://www.zimmergren.net Introduction I use FeedReader to manage all my RSS feeds, and sometimes I tag some of the articles as "favorite" or "starred" articles – so I easily can find them when needed. With that said, here’s some of the articles I’ve been tagging as recommended reading during the last couple of weeks/month. Note: There’s plenty of more fish in the sea, these are just some of the tagged posts I’ve been looking at and I recommend reading. Recommended reading, in no particular order SharePoint…

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This is what my current setup is like for my virtual development machines!

Author: Tobias Zimmergren URL: http://www.zimmergren.net Introduction A lot of people have been asking me what my current development platform looks like in terms of virtual machines, what OS I’m developing on, what tools I use etc. With this post I will try to summarize what my current virtual development environment looks like! Note: For different enterprise-projects, this will look a lot different of course. This post only covers my main on-a-daily-basis machines that I use to develop and customize SharePoint, and not the complete harem of my setup! :-) A few different environments I’ve got…

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Swedish SharePoint Communities – Now we’re talking

This is just going to be a short announcement on what’s going on over here in Sweden, on our side of the globe. So – if you’re not interested about what’s going on over here, stop reading right about now. Sweden SharePoint Community As some of you might have noticed, there’s a new community rising in the roots of Sweden – Sweden SharePoint Community. If you’re not already a member – why not have a go at it and become one today. (It’s in Swedish, so that’s pretty much a required knowledge) :-) Sweden SharePoint User…

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I can (Windows) Azure you – Song

Okay, so I’ve been writing up a simple song the last week, which I just recorded with my laptop-microphone at the same time that I tried to do some tricks with the guitar… It all ended up with a song called “I can (Windows) Azure you”. You can download the song here Being a serious guy and all, please don’t take the song too serious ;-) However! You may do cool remixes if you’d like, just let me know because they couldn’t possibly get any worse than this! :-) Have a good weekend all! Enjoy.…

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Leaving for TechEd EMEA 2008 – Developers

So, after a few weeks of conferences around the globe (PDC, TechEd) the time has come for the TechEd EMEA 2008 Developer tracks. I’m leaving for Barcelona in the morning, tomorrow monday, and will arrive during the early noon. I hope to see some of you guys there, and keep an eye out for updates in my blog! Cheerio!…

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