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Jul

Delivering quality: methodology

Why you need one, what it might look like, where you should start, and what you need to do for it to do what it’s supposed to. ... read full post

Posted by:  Bernardine Slagter , Developer Consultant |  23 July 2013


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18

Apr

The changing face of the New Zealand SharePoint Conference

Having attended a number of conferences over the years I’m proud to say that the New Zealand SharePoint Conference continues to live up to its reputation as a world class event. ... read full post

Posted by:  Bernardine Slagter , Developer Consultant |  18 April 2013

SharePoint, SharePoint Conference, Microsoft, Office 365, Yammer, SharePoint 2013, HTML, JavaScript., Lync, New Zealand SharePoint Conference


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04

Mar

Delivering Quality: Names and Naming Conventions

With the introduction of SharePoint 2013, our solutions can now more easily surface contextual content through search-based web parts. Names, naming conventions and the source of these values become increasingly important as we look to deliver enterprise scale integrated business solutions. ... read full post

Posted by:  Bernardine Slagter , Developer Consultant |  04 March 2013

SharePoint, Taxonomy, Microsoft, SharePoint 2013, information architecture, Managed Metadara, metadata, Microsoft SharePoint, names, search-based web parts


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06

Aug

Keeping up with the Joneses in the IT World

  What to consider when you’re considering a technology upgrade With Microsoft’s biggest ever product and services launch on the horizon, we may be asking ourselves whether or not to jump on the band wagon and surf the latest technology wave. ... read full post

Posted by:  Bernardine Slagter , Developer Consultant |  06 August 2012

Microsoft, technology upgrade


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02

May

Tacit Knowledge – is it just common sense?

Wikipedia defines tacit knowledge as “…knowledge that is difficult to transfer to another person…” and states “… people are not often aware of the knowledge they possess or how it can be valuable to others…” ... read full post

Posted by:  Bernardine Slagter , Developer Consultant |  02 May 2012

Knowledge Management


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