• Jun 02 2016

    WCF and the Azure Service Bus

    BY: Susan Williams
    Are you working towards your MCSD: Web Applications Certification like me? If so and you are getting ready for the last exam in the series, Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services (70-487) check out this post about getting familiar with WCF and the Azure Service Bus.
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  • Apr 21 2016

    5 Major Steps to Follow When Planning Your Next SharePoint Workflow

    BY: Britton Karon
    There are huge benefits to be gained by implementing SharePoint Workflow and automation. But to ensure you benefit from them, you need to make sure you've established a fully-baked plane before you dive headfirst into architecting and building out your workflow. Take a step back and ask yourself and your team “what do we truly want to accomplish?” and “what do we hope to gain?” These questions will put you in the right mindset to begin each of these major steps:
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  • Sep 17 2015

    Developing Microsoft Office 365 Add-ins

    BY: Danielle Ferguson
    Microsoft Office is a staple for many organizations around the world. People use it every day to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations and to manage their email. I am sure there are things you can think of that you would love to be able to do directly in an office application that can't be done now. Maybe you would like to automatically add content to an email based on content from another system. Maybe you would like to see information from your CRM system about the individual who sent you an email. Or maybe you would like to automatically add html content to an Excel, PowerPoint or Word document. All of these things can be achieved with Microsoft Office add-ins.
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  • Jun 11 2015

    On The Edge of Microsoft Edge: What to Expect with Microsoft's Upcoming Windows 10 Browser

    BY: Zach Winnie
    Designers and developers have known Microsoft is developing a new browser for some time now – it was previously known as “Project Spartan”. At their recent Build conference, Microsoft has unleashed a re-branded Internet Explorer (IE)/Project Spartan: Microsoft Edge. Don’t let the similar looking logo fool you: this browser has been stripped down, rethought, and built back up from the ground floor.
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  • May 28 2015

    ALM Series - Part II: Follow the Yellow Brick Road

    BY: Graham Morris
    In the last post, I described the three main pillars of ALM: Visibility, Traceability and Automation. This post will describe in more detail the systems and processes you can put in place to build these pillars and improve your chances of success.
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