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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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12

May

Let's talk SharePoint

This year’s SharePoint Conference (held at the Conference Centre in Seattle, USA) can only be described as a huge success. Throughout the conference I was impressed that the organisers were able to “practice what they preach” by using SharePoint to host the conference website. Not only did this provide useful information when preparing to attend the conference but was a useful tool throughout and even after the conference. One of the things that impressed me most was the personal areas (through the use of MySites) where each attendee was able to plan, view and manage the sessions they attended and also provided the ability to submit session evaluations online. ... read full post

Posted by:  Bernardine Slagter , Developer Consultant |  12 May 2008

SharePoint, Silverlight, SharePoint Conference, Taxonomy


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