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SharePoint 2010: #SPC09 - SSP is dead, long live Service Applications! by svdoever

Notes from the SharePoint Conference 2009 session "Introduction to Service Applications and Topology". This is my personal interpretation of what has been said during the presentation. Don't shoot me if I interpreted something wrong:-) In SharePoint 2010...
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Visual Studio and having multiple startup projects by svdoever

Never knew this: you can have multiple startup projects in a solution. Was there already in Visual Studio 2005! See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms165413%28VS.80%29.aspx for more info.
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SharePoint 2010: Client side JavaScript Object Model Library written in Script#? by svdoever

Note: this blog post is based on experiences with the SharePoint 2010 Technical Preview version. SharePoint 2010 now extends the object model to the client. A remote object model proxy is available for C# development (including Silverlight) and a Javascript...
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SharePoint 2010: Site exporting as WSP solution (Part 1) by svdoever

Note: this blog post is based onexperiences with the SharePoint 2010 Technical Preview version. In the good old days of SharePoint 2003 and 2007 it was possible to save a site as a template. These sites were saved as .stp files, I assume this acronym...
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SharePoint 2010: Getting Publishing template working by svdoever

Note: this post is only relevant for people running the SharePoint 2010 Technology Preview. When I create a new site based on the Publishing Portal template you get a .../Pages/Default.aspx page with an error on it. The error seems to be generated by...
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SharePoint 2010: When SQL memory usage keeps growing… by svdoever

After a single machine SharePoint 2010 install using the built in SQL Server Express my machine became really sloooooooow. After checking the processes it became clear that SQL server was eating memory. This is the default behavior of SQL Server. I tried...
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SharePoint 2010: #SPC09 - Notes from the keynote by svdoever

Some quick notes I took about things I found interesting from the two keynote speeches of the SharePoint Conference 2009. Steve Ballmer keynote SharePoint 2010 Beta release: November 2009 SharePoint 2010: RTM in First half 2010 Visual Studio Beta 2 released...
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Visual Studio: alway run as administrator by svdoever

I’m currently developing on a 64 bit Windows Server 2008 R2 that is domain joined, so I log in with my domain account and user access control is enabled. I need to run my Visual Studio as an administrator, because otherwise I get all kind of errors. I...
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