I know I should be doing something a little more productive than this, but hey it's the holiday season and little LEGO MVP me needs to unwind too 🎄 Wishing you all a very happy, healthy and successful 2019. Pretty sure I'm not the only one who's gone down this rabbit hole...
I attended my first Office Developer Bootcamp on Friday last week. I wasn't 100% sure of what to expect and had a little extra pressure as I was also presenting on Office Add-in development and assisting with the labs. I ended up having a really fun day. Lots of great conversations had during the bootcamp... Continue Reading →
I was fortunate enough to be involved in a 1:1 hack engagement with Microsoft recently where OnePlace Solutions hosted some eager Microsoft engineers for a week long engagement. The intention was to see how we could harness some of Microsoft's new Teams extensibility options and the Graph API, and for Microsoft to identify limitations or... Continue Reading →
The Insider Dev Tour is such a great event for Microsoft developers, you get the key announcements and latest news that came out of the Build Conference, delivered locally in a more intimate and interactive environment. Best of all it's a free event put on by Microsoft. I was very grateful for the opportunity to... Continue Reading →
What a massive week in Orlando for Office developers. So many sessions, so much new information, it really was a case of drinking from the fire hose! Thankfully most sessions were recorded and are progressively being made available along with the relevant slide decks on https://myignite.microsoft.com/videos If you only have time to watch one session... Continue Reading →
It’s been one of the most asked questions since the death of InfoPath; What is InfoPath's replacement? There are some great 3rd party forms products that have been around for a long time now (namely Nintex and K2). Microsoft has been keeping very tight lipped on any official replacement to InfoPath and Forms in general... Continue Reading →
The excitement is starting to build as the Microsoft technology conference of the year is almost upon us. I feel this year is going to be a first time experience for all attendees. We've got many individual conferences combined into one, even the old timers that have been attending these individual conferences year after year... Continue Reading →
The big push from Microsoft over the last few years has been towards the cloud, and in the SharePoint area this means Microsoft wants you on Office 365 instead of on-premises SharePoint servers. None of this should shock you, Microsoft has been yelling it loud and clear for some time now, and the message came... Continue Reading →