This week marks the second in a three part series, as hosts Jeremy Chapman and Yoni Kirsh, explore specific differences between the MSI and Click-to-Run install and potential workarounds for your Office configuration. From removing and blocking applications from the Office suite, using multiple…
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Repping the 2-0-1 this week with Ping! 201. Thanks so much for your comments last week! We reply to you and of course, bring you more stories that softies are pinging each other about... [04:15] Leslie Lamport Receives Turing Award [06:43] OneNote now on Mac, free everywhere, and…
Just before Convergence 2009 wrapped up I caught up with Dan Higbee and Dan Peay from
www.transcensus.com and talked with them about their solution for delivering application help. In this video we show it running with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online but it can also be used with Microsoft Office…
Jonas Helin, the SDE in Office Labs behind the Ribbon
Hero project tells us about the application, how they came up with it, show us some early mockups and talks about the lessons he learned from the Xbox group.
You can download Ribbon Hero now at:…
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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.
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?"
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Kirk Evans talks with Brian Kellner, VP of Products for
NewsGator Technologies, about the capabilities of
Social Sites. Social Sites is an enterprise social computing platform built upon SharePoint 2007. These capabilities are then demonstrated by Laura Farrelly, VP of Marketing…
Find out how you can ride the next wave of innovation with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. Watch recordings of this in-person 'Life Runs on Code' event and learn about the rich platforms that Visual Studio 2010 supports and what that means for creativity,
collaboration, and more.This video…