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Monthly Archives: February 2009

Great Tutorial and Walk-through using InfoPath and Workflow to Solve a Scheduling Problem

These days, I’m perpetually playing catch-up with my blog reading and I just came across this post: http://sharepointsolutions.blogspot.com/2009/02/give-blood-to-your-workflow.html

It’s as solid and detailed a SharePoint Designer workflow tutorial (plus more!) that you’ll see anywhere on the interwebs.  I’d check it out, even if you’re a scarred SPD veteran. 

It’s a great SharePoint tutorial for both InfoPath and workflow.

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NYC SharePoint Developers Group – Deep Tech Talk

A few weeks ago, I presented at the New York City SharePoint Developers Group meeting at the Microsoft office in Manhattan.  They meet every last Tuesday of the month.

I’ve been spending most of my time lately in my beloved New Jersey so I don’t get to go into the city as much as I like.  As a result, I think I made it to the first or second of this group’s meetings and then again at January’s meeting.  I missed all of the meetings in between (four or five of them probably).  It’s a new group.

I was really struck by the truly technical focus and high quality of the discussion, before, during and after my presentation.  We talked about a wide range of subjects relating to SharePoint and other Microsoft technology.

If you’re looking for a friendly place to get real techy, I highly recommend this group.

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Defining “Great” SharePoint Requirements

As requested and promised, I’ve uploaded my presentation on how to obtain "great" requirements from end users for SharePoint projects and implementations.  It’s here: http://cid-1cc1edb3daa9b8aa.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/SharePoint/Paul%20Galvin%20Great%20Requirements.zip

I presented this at the SharePoint Best Practices conference in Feb 2009 (www.sharepointbestpractices.com).  If you attended the conference, you’ll also get this on the conference DVD.

The presentation includes a lot of notes with most slides.  It’s not just bullet points.

(See here for my other presentation on a governance case study: http://paulgalvin.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!1CC1EDB3DAA9B8AA!3099.entry

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“Wild West” Governance PowerPoint Presentation

I just finished up my "Wild West" governance presentation here at the SharePoint Best Practices conference and I was asked to post my slide deck to my blog, so here it is: http://cid-1cc1edb3daa9b8aa.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/SharePoint/Paul%20Galvin%20Wild%20West.zip

(Sorry for the viola joke!)

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