Hurray! Some nice new development packages have arrived from Redmond! They bring some interesting new features and tools which should make our lives as developers a bit easier. Direct download links: MOSS 2007 SDK 1.2 WSS 3.0 SDK 1.2 Visual Studio Extensions for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 CTP 1.1 Please check out the Microsoft SharePoint
Month: August 2007
Yeah! After reading two quite lengthy books (and for me that’s a lot of reading compared to the things I usually read…) in not so much time, and taking two not too easy exams, I made it! I’m now officially a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist. Guess I’m going to need new business cards to fit
To enable our users to view Crystal Reports in a SharePoint environment, we looked for a solution of Business Objects. Unfortunately, that only seems to be available for SharePoint 2003, and not 2007. Also obtaining it seems not that easy, at least it’s not included in the default developer edition of Crystal Reports XI. So
Always looking out for better things, I decided to move my blog. Not that anyone would care since I really have no visitors yet (I think). So it’s all just in my advantage, because this new one at WordPress is a bit easier to manage as opposed to the old one at BlogSpot (no offence…).
Last june, I was fortunate enough to be able to visit the Microsoft DevDays in Amsterdam. Lots of interesting stuff there, including some VS “Orcas” 2008 previews (more web related stuff!), the very nice looking Silverlight technology and more. But the most interesting presentation I whitnessed there was by Molly Holzschlag. She talked about CSS
To start off this blog with some usefull information, I´m going to explain how to develop an ASP.NET 2.0 web application which has both forms authentication and Windows authentication enabled. Let’s say we’re developing a web application which will be running on our local intranet. There’s a pretty good chance that same intranet will have
Hi there, and welcome to my online blog. At this very spot I will be publishing posts about me and my work being a web developer working with ASP.NET and Microsoft MOSS. But fortunately not my entire world consists of computers and Internet, so some sidetours will probably be made when I encounter other interesting