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.
Kirk Evans demonstrates the new features of
Visual Studio Extensions for Windows SharePoint Services (VSeWSS) 1.3 February 2009 CTP. We focus on the deployment aspects of SharePoint development and how VSeWSS makes this much easier in the current release. This is part 1 of a…
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…
Kirk Evans interviews Blair Shaw and Hatay Tuna from Microsoft Consulting Services about a new offering called Service Oriented Modeling (SOM). This demo blew me away as it clearly demonstrates the power of DSLTools and the possibilities of truly integrating
requirements with the…
SharePoint developers will likely use a variety of tools to build solutions. In this screencast, Kirk Evans demonstrates how to use Expression Blend 2 to create a Silverlight application
from scratch, and how to extend its functionality using Visual Studio 2008. We won't be…
Kirk Evans talks with Shaun Leisegang and Sebastian Garrioch from K2 to learn more about K2 Blackpoint. Blackpoint is a tool built upon Windows Workflow Foundation and Windows Presentation
Foundation that allows users to build workflows and process-driven applications quickly…
In this tutorial, Kirk Evans shows how to quickly customize a theme for a SharePoint site using SharePoint Designer 2007 and the IE8 Developer Tools. Visit the accompanying
blog article for this tutorial on Kirk's blog.
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.
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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?"
Watch for more episodes on
The Water Cooler show!
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…