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SharePoint Deployment Planning Services (SDPS) Released

Announced on the SharePoint Team Blog, the SharePoint Deployment Planning Services program has been launched and is geared at helping our Software Assurance (SA) customers sucessfully plan and deploy SharePoint Products & Technologies.  I think this program provides a great resource for those customers who are struggling to make sense of SharePoint technologies or are trying to uncover proven “best practices” around how to properly deploy and implement SharePoint-based solutions. During my time as a...

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OBA Composition Reference Toolkit version 2.0 Released

Version 2.0 of the OBA Composition Reference Toolkit was released to the web today, on schedule and with all the great new features promised for the release. Version 1.0 of the toolkit was released at the Office Developer’s Conference in February 2008. Watch the OBA Composition Reference Toolkit Overview Video to get an overview of the toolkit, the motivations for creating it, and its intended use. Visit the OBA Composition Reference Toolkit site to access...

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SharePoint Administration Toolkit Released

Zach Rosenfield (a Program Manager on the SharePoint Team) posted an announcment introducing the SharePoint Administration Toolkit.  This promises to be a great resource for administering your MOSS and WSS v3.0 deployments.  The initial version of the toolkit contains a couple of useful administrative tools, including the Batch Manager, which allows you to schedule bulk operations against site collections in a SharePoint farm, and a new command to the STSADM command-line utility called “updatealert” which will...

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New Library of Congress website launches on MOSS 2007

 I mentioned in a previous post the work I’ve been doing with the Library of Congress.  It has been a great effort and an excellent showcase of the power and flexibility of our platform.  On April 12th, we closed another chapter in this unprecendented effort by officially launching their myLOC.gov website.  The website has been architected and built on top of a platform consisting of SharePoint Server 2007, Silverlight, Windows Communication Foundation, and Windows Live ID. ...

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Library of Congress Video Case Study Posted on MIX Website

Over the past year, I’ve had the opportunity to work on some really cool and unique projects.  I’m proud to add yet another project to my portfolio, which is the current work we’re doing with the Library of Congress and the delivery of what they’re calling their “New Visitors Experience”, set to launch in the next month.  As the Microsoft Solutions Architect for this effort, I must say that to date we’ve produced some compelling solutions...

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