Kirk Evans is an Industry Architect for Microsoft's Communications Sector, where he works with the largest media companies and advertising agencies on next generation solutions. This blog contains video screencasts and interviews. Make sure to visit Kirk's MSDN blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/kaevans.
Host Kirk Evans talks with
from AT&T Hosting & Application Services about the hosting services that AT&T provides, why customers should take a serious look at hosting in the cloud, and what features of SharePoint 2010 interest him as a hosting provider. We…
Host Kirk Evans
talks with Arpan Shah, Director for SharePoint at Microsoft. In this interview, we discuss a bit of web content management and using SharePoint 2010 for public facing internet sites.
We talk about the implications of Azure for storage, and discuss the developer…
Kirk Evans interviews
Tom Rizzo, Senior Director for SharePoint. In this interview, we discuss some of the announcements that were made in the keynote, developer tools, options for hosting on premise or in the
cloud, and we discuss SharePoint 2010 and the roadmap for .NET 4. This…
Host Kirk Evans talks with Tom Resing about using the Business Data Catalog in SharePoint 2007. Tom has
been doing some very interesting work with the BDC, including surfacing geocoded data through BDC. Tom is also organizing the
SharePoint Saturday San Antonio
event to be…
Host Kirk Evans
talks with Rackspace SharePoint Architect
Jeff Deverter. I had my first experience with Rackspace seeking a quote for hosting a SharePoint solution, and I was blown away by their customer service and depth of knowledge. I had to find out more about this awesome company…
Host Kirk Evans talks with the SharePoint Cowboy, SharePoint MVP
Eric Shupps. In this interview, Eric discusses the use of SharePoint as an application platform and we discuss the use of TDD within application frameworks. We also discuss how
Visual Studio 2010 and its…
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The Water Cooler as host
Kirk Evans interviews SharePoint MVP
Shane Young. In this episode, we learn about the choices admins make when installing SharePoint, we hear several tips on how to increase performance, and we subject you to a really bad cow joke.
In our first episode of The Water Cooler show, host Kirk Evans interviews
Doug Ware and
Brendon Schwartz. We discuss the question, "Does every SharePoint installation require a developer?"
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Our first episode of The Water Cooler Demo show, the show focused on all things Office related. In this episode,
demonstrates how to create a SharePoint state machine workflow using Visual Studio 2008 that accomodates escalations and timeouts.
Got any suggestions…