SharePoint resources for demos

Today’s post I thought I would include in order to find anything needed to create a working demo of SharePoint locally. Nowadays,  Azure or other cloud providers make this much easier, but if you want more control you can spin up your own locally. Windows Server 2019 (still beta as of now) https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Windows-Server-Insiders/bd-p/WindowsServerInsiders 2016 https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/evaluate-windows-server-2016 […]

BI Architecture Talk for SPOC

Happy New Year everyone! I wanted to get the word out that this month’s SQL Professionals of Chattanooga (SPOC) meeting this month on January 27th at 5:30pm at the Business Development Center (BDC) in Chattanooga, TN. It’s located at 100 Cherokee Blvd and you can get there by heading over to the northwest side of […]

Woohoo! We are getting a (local) PASS Chapter!

I can barely contain myself. I found out at another user group meeting that my area is getting a local PASS chapter! http://spoc.sqlpass.org The local chapter is going to be call SQL Professional of Chattanooga (or SPOC) and our first meeting is tomorrow October 28th from 5:30pm until 7pm EST. If you have never come […]

Create search in SharePoint Foundations 2013 without GUID

When SharePoint Server 2013 was first released, I was curious what new things I could do with it. I saw the new search capabilities, a different look and feel, a similar management interface, and several other BI things that made me happy. I then also realized that I support SharePoint Server and also the free […]

So, what do, you do here?

For this post I decided to ask myself this question, in order to reflect on the past year. So, in no particular order, here are my highlights of the (work) year: To begin the year, I attended a great class in SharePoint 2010 Administration put on by Solartech and Rich North where I learned a […]