May 2006 - Posts

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Forum update coming after TechEd, CodeCamp code sooner by Bil Simser

Just trying to get ahead of the game here. There's a small update for the SharePoint Forums Web Part coming on June 19th (or so, after TechEd anyways) on the forums. Here's a sample: Additions are boxes to quotes (might make this configurable) so you...
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Project OneShot by Bil Simser

Yeah, at first I thought this was more spam for a new porn flick, but alas no. It’s a SharePoint Web Part from those whacky guys at Omnisys . If you can’t wait until Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (oh god why is it so long to type this...
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Calgary Code Camp, a huge success! by Bil Simser

We’re very happy with the turnout for yesterdays Calgary Code Camp. It was a first for us and yeah, we made mistakes but we had hoped for about 50 people but got around 80. With two tracks running, both rooms we filled well on each session and it...
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Calgary Code Camp, tommorow! by Bil Simser

Hey kids, it’s almost time for the first ever Calgary Code Camp ! Tommorow morning, bright and early starting at 8AM at the 5 Calgary Downtown Suites Hotel we’re going out and doing it. I’m giving two presentations at the camp. First...
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SharePoint Forums Roadmap by Bil Simser

Things are rolling along with the SharePoint Forums Web Part and I’m just mowing through the current various work items. These are either features that I’ve had planned, bugs identified by users, or suggestions from the forums. The next release...
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SharePoint Forums, the Domain Model by Bil Simser

Here's the Domain Model for the SharePoint Forums Code. This was built in VS2005, but there are some difficulties with the class diagram. All the collections are strongly typed, yet if you try to connect say a property called Messages (from the Topic...
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Delete and SharePoint Forums by Bil Simser

So I'm sitting with a quandry and figured I would solicit feedback. A long time ago, in an IDE far, far, away I added a ranking system to the SharePoint Forums Web Part . This is the typical ranking system you see on forums. New user joins forum, gets...
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SharePoint Forums growing like wildfire by Bil Simser

Hey there. I just wanted to thank EVERYONE for the amazing support, feedback, and collaboration on the SharePoint Forums Web Part . I’m hoping it’s installed for everyone and working for you. I think it meets a need and I’ve got other...
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Feedburner by Bil Simser

Hi guys, If you’re subscribed to this blog (using the default RSS feed) can you please update your feeds to read from feedburner instead ( http://feeds.feedburner.com/bsimser ). I can actually do better formatting, trimming, etc. as a provider of...
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Keeping up with SharePoint development online by Bil Simser

This is way cool (and hot off the presses, thanks L!). As a developer for the new Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (and Windows SharePoint Services v3) it's good to have a place to go. Now you do. Check out the following links that will keep you...
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