In this post, I explain how I like to use Microsoft OneNote to manage what I call "development cheat sheets" -- which are especially useful when developing SharePoint solutions.
There are 108 entries for the tag My System.
This post provides a sample installation guide for an extranet platform based on SharePoint Server 2010 and Office Web Apps.
Does your team utilize a step-by-step installation guide to build and deploy various environments, or do the Development, Test, and Release Management folks simply "wing it"? I certainly hope it's not the latter.
If, like me, you use Expression Web to author HTML content, then I hope you take advantage of the "Snippets" feature.
Think you can just add a HYPERLINK column in Excel and easily open dozens of Web pages at a time? Think again.
It is 2012 and there are still software applications that insist on creating shortcuts on your Windows desktop. Pathetic.
Using the Entity Framework and LINQ to list the most popular posts from Subtext (a.k.a. Building TechnologyToolbox.com, part 10)
In my previous post, I shared the inner workings of the "Most Recent Posts" section on the Technology Toolbox home page. In this post, I'll show you how I built on that foundation to generate the content for the "Most Popular Posts" section.
Using the Entity Framework and LINQ to list the most recent posts from Subtext (a.k.a. Building TechnologyToolbox.com, part 9)
In a previous post, I mentioned how the new Technology Toolbox home page highlights the most recent blog posts from Subtext. In this post, I'll show you how easy this feature was to develop -- thanks to the Entity Framework and LINQ.
In my previous post, I described the PowerShell script used to rebuild the Development environment for TechnologyToolbox.com on a daily basis. This post explains the subtleties of running the script -- or, more generally, any PowerShell script -- using the Windows Task Scheduler...
PowerShell script to deploy/rebuild an ASP.NET Web application (a.k.a. Building TechnologyToolbox.com, part 8)
In this post, I describe the PowerShell script used to rebuild the Development and Test environments for TechnologyToolbox.com. From a high-level perspective, the script deletes the IIS website (if it exists), creates a new website (including the corresponding application pool), and then copies the files for the main site as well as the Subtext files for the /blog application...