Using Multiple Monitors with your CloudShare Machine

If you have multiple monitors, like me, you’re probably very used to having your development area (Visual Studio, SharePoint Designer, NotePad++, whatever) on one screen, and a browser (or PDF reader, or other tool to support you) on another screen. As I recently subscribed to CloudShare to do some SharePoint and Office 365 development, I found my development efforts a bit limited by the in-browser RDP client, as you can Details

Updated Service Descriptions for Office 365 for Enterprise – February 2012

Microsoft has once again released an updated set of the Office 365 for Enterprise Service Descriptions. Just as in January, I did a comparison of the changes. All major updates are listed below. The only document that has received significant updates is the Service Description for Exchange Online, all other documents are still the same (except for a few minor wording changes)   Exchange Online          

Why does this look so weird – blog migration to WordPress

If you visit my blog now, you’ll notice that the design is completely different, and looks more like a standard template than my previous customised design. The reason for this is quite simple: I migrated from the blogging platform Lifetype, which I’ve been using since 2005, to WordPress, which is just much better (templates, plugins, development, …). I’m still in the process of fixing things, so the design and all Details

(P)Review of “Creating and Implementing Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Real-World Projects”

Ever since I first read about the book “Creating and Implementing Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Real-World Projects” by Jennifer Mason, Christian Buckley, Brian T. Jackett, and Wes Preston, I was eagerly expecting its release as I was hoping for it to keep its title’s promise – describing how to implement SharePoint solutions that have a practical use. After seeing the Table of Contents on Safari Online, I just had to purchase Details

What can we expect in SharePoint 15 – first official documents released

Microsoft has made available the first official documents for the next version of SharePoint (v15) to the public. They are: SharePoint 15 Technical Preview Managed Object Model Software Development Kit Which contains a limited overview of some new classes. Interesting in here is the mention of “Apps” (for example in the new SPApp class).   Also quite interesting is Office 15 Technical Preview – Open Specification Update, which contains also Details