With the aid of Amazon.com web services,
Clint Rutkas created a program that will guess what your gift is. With the size of your wrapped present, the program will poll Amazon and based on what is on your wishlist, it will guess what it may be!
In this Office Live screencast, Albert Shen shows you how to add Workflows to Office Live Business Applications using
SharePoint Designer 2007.
Office Live is built on Windows SharePoint Services v3 and as a result, leverages the powerful new
Windows Workflow Foundation.
Office Live screencast, Albert Shen shows you how to use
SharePoint Designer 2007 to build powerful views of your business data, and integrate them into your Office Live Business Applications.
The Data form web part can consume data from various data sources including SharePoint…
SharePoint Designer 2007 is a great tool for designing, developing and customizing your Business Applications in
In this screencast Albert Shen, a software design engineer on the Office Live team, will show you the various capabilities in SharePoint Designer and how you can use…
Bringing a wealth of experience from having worked in a variety of roles including architect, project manager, developer and technical writer, Mike Benkovich is a published author with WROX Press and APress Books, writing primarily about getting the most
from your SQL Server database. Since…
One of the cool new features of ASP.NET 2.0 is its rich declarative databinding. In addition to traditional techniques like databinding to a back-end SQL database, you can also databind to web services, using the ObjectDataSource.In this DevNugget, Mid-Atlantic .net Developer Evangelist G. Andrew…
Welcome to the third installment of The Voice of Support!
This week, we travelled to the Charlotte, NC support site to sit down and talk about Project Server and Sharepoint with
Ben Reich, a producer here in Global Service Automation Content Delivery. Ben has been involved with many different…
Jeff Barr, Web Services Evangelist at Amazon, dropped by my office the other day and showed me the winners of the Microsoft/Amazon Web Service Contest. Cool stuff, congrats! More details are
up on the Amazon Web Services blog.
In Part II of this two part screencast, Microsoft Federal Developer Evangelist Marc Schweigert demonstrates how ASP.NET Atlas abstracts the complexities of AJAX programming and provides a new set of tools to your developer toolbox to build
richer, more engaging web user interfaces. You'll see…