Next week (September 25th) there is another DIWUG event scheduled. Please check our web site and register for a cool evening session about Office Business Applications (OBA) and SharePoint! This session will be hosted at Enigmatry in Rotterdam
Yesterday we received a very useful tip from someone during a intake about logon with AD users on a SharePoint site, but with a custom email address. For a lot of out extranet users (project spaces, team spaces, team sites) we use domain specified logon names (domain\username). The users are non employees and therefore they … Read more
Yes, I’m going to the PDC 2008 this year in LA. There is some more information available about the sessions at the PDC site. Not much SharePoint and Office this time (last time was like heaven for the SharePoint people!), but a lot about Live and ‘the cloud’. But enough interesting sessions to fill the … Read more
I just read that Patrick Tisseghem, one of the most remarkable persons in the SharePoint community, has passed away. I’m shocked to hear this and wish his colleagues and of course his family and friends all the strength in the world.
A while ago I did an unsuccessful posting about how to avoid the ‘read-only’ problem with Office 2003. Ton Stegeman however, did not leave it that way and created a great feature that gets rid of the very un-user friendly behavior of Office 2003 and SharePoint: ´Users then make changes to the document, hit the … Read more
The Dutch Information Worker User Group will have a new session (in Dutch) at October 21. This session will be held at Microsoft NL where they will tell something about the ‘New world of work’ concept they have adopted and Office Communicator. Two interesting sessions and a tour through their new building are excellent ingredients … Read more
I’m not a big fan of just quoting other blogs and things the whole community is blogging about, but I do want this blog to be a complete knowledge base for everything that has to do with SharePoint. That’s why this posting contains a summary of resources from the last few weeks (with thanks to … Read more
After my last post I got some positive comments on the LinkedIn custom field type I wrote. One of the issues with LinkedIn is the way they expose their data for mashups. The only thing you can use directly is the script widget for embedding company information (see previous post). This weekend, I expanded the … Read more