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Lazy loading files in SharePoint

A lot of SharePoint developers are moving now to JavaScript as Microsoft intention is to concentrate as much as possible on client side development. In most of the cases, because they are coming from client side development, project is delivered with a lot of un-organized JavaScript code, loaded with scripts tags placed inside various web parts. 366 more words


Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.Data.Edm

If you come across this error in the ULS logs while upgrading the SharePoint Server. Do the following.

1- Download and Install http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29306

2- IISreset.


Exponential Functions

P4 – Practice the integration of appropriate technology with instruction.

Technology has become a central part of every corner of our lives. Training students how to utilize the technology available to them is essential to their development and integration into adulthood, the economy, and our culture as a whole. 674 more words


"About X results": Sharepoint 2013 Search result counts keep changing

A question that’s asked fairly often is regarding the fact that Sharepoint Search seems to show inconsistent result counts from what is initially shown on the very first page and as you move along. 312 more words


Where Does the Workflow Go?

My current engagement is a large modernization effort. It’s the kind of project where nothing is off-limits for porting, re-imagining, or innovating.

One of the first decisions that the business made was to enforce that everything in the new systems and supporting infrastructure be Microsoft technology. 720 more words

Workflow Foundation

Move To Cloud - Cloud Platform

In the last post we narrowed down on what is in our bag towards building a cloud platform. We identified Office 365 and Microsoft Azure as the base for the Cloud Platform.  312 more words


I'll be speaking at SPTechCon in February!

Check out the lineup of other speakers too!

Hi Jim,

The next SharePoint Conference, SPTechCon, is coming up Feb 8-11 in rockin’ Austin Texas! Registration is open now, and until November 7 it costs just $1,095 for four days of SharePoint awesomeness! 564 more words