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DevConnections

I just got back from devConnections. It's actually still going on, but I had to come home and forage. I'm not going to make the mistake of writing a blog post like I did for the MVP summit again, but suffice it to say I met a lot of people and cemented more relationships. Lawrence Liu was to do the key...

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Dropping support for the /3gb switch for good reason

A KB article came out March 8th 2007 indicating that the /3gb switch is no longer available. This is because on x32 we only have 4GB to work with, now on an x64 we have much more addressable memory. The /3gb switch actually choked the kernel by moving a gig to the user mode from the kernel. This actually...

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How many MVP's can you name?

MVP Summit Opening video By way of Sean O'Driscoll's blog I was able to pick out Heather Solomon and Michael Noel ....

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Hey, my name's Stacy Draper, who the heck are you?

I just got back from the MVP summit 2007 and as with all conferences I tried to meet as many folks as I could. I met Sean O’Driscoll who, as it turns out, is the person ultimately responsible for the MVP award program . I must say Sean has a great sense of humor . Met Jason Medero for the first time...

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How to configure Incoming Email Enabled Libraries in MOSS 2007 RTM using Exchange 2003 in an Active Directory Domain.

A freind of mine recently asked me about email lists. The great thing about social networking is that I didn't know how to do it, but a Friend of mine did and another friend told me that friend knew and even wrote a pdf on the subject. http://www.combined-knowledge.com/Downloads/How%20to%20configure...

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Berlin SharePoint

So the European SharePoint conference was outstanding. The beer was especially good and the people were great. I had opportunity to meet a lot of people who work with and around SharePoint. A lot of folks that I already knew of but hadn't had opportunity to meet yet. I stayed at the Estrel Berlin hotel...

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The Detailed Forms Based Authentication Steps!

Dan Attis has written down the steps to have Forms Based Authentication (FBA) for SharePoint while maintaining all of the bells and whistles. Bells and whistles? Things like My Site and My Links. I think it's the most complete and detailed blog on the subject to date. Part One is the basics. It details...

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Free E-Learning on AJAX and .NET 3.0

I was just chatting with a friend of mine Glenn and he pointed out a couple of really cool resources. There is a 2 hour course on AJAX. Don't get me started - I was doing this a long time ago, when it didn't have a cool name like AJAX, now it's the next big thing. AJAX is great, but like all technologies...

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600 people are already registered for the code camp

Alex Funkhouser just emailed me to let me know that there are over 600 people registered for the Code Camp . Makes me almost want to cancel my trip to Europe , but I'm not gonna. I asked Andrew Connell if there was going to be a SharePoint track he suggested that I check out the agenda . There are 12...

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Upcoming events

Thursday of this week I'll be co-presentating with Joe Homnick at the Gold Coast User Group on Business Intelegence. It looks like it's going to be a pretty good event with the Vista and Office launch also included. This Saturday I leave for SharePoint Europe that should be a lot of fun, I've always...

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