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todayJanuary 21, 2019

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SharePoint Development Owner

No Resharper Makes Adam Sad

I don't know if this is just me, but when I was opening source controlled projects (VSS) for the SECOND time Resharper decides that it was time to take a field day all of a sudden. I could have sworn that it worked before. That and my Intellisense went away [...]

todayDecember 16, 2018

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Team Foundation Server Owner

TFS Proxy Server Unexpected Shutdowns

TFS Proxy Servers are essential for my current client's TFSenvironment because they allow the disparate SharePoint development environment to experience improved network performance by caching copies of VC files. Since this particular environment is geo-distributed, this is a necessary architectural requirement in order to maintain appropriate developer efficiency. Recently, a [...]

todayOctober 28, 2018

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Team Foundation Server Owner

Automating BizTalk 2009 Builds With TFS

I was at a client today, working on a TFS 2008 cube corruption problem (I hate the super common code churn crap it always throws, requiring weird InstanceInfo and SetupWarehouse voodoo) when the subject of automating BizTalk 2009 projects came up. The company heavily uses BizTalk, so they threw up [...]

todayOctober 14, 2018

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SharePoint Security Owner

SharePoint 2010 Business Connectivity Services Security Best Practices – Understanding Security Configuration

The configuration of Microsoft Business Connectivity Services in order to authenticate credentials is very important. A user will offer the requested information for authentication to the external data. There are several methods that can be used to supply such credentials to external data. They can be windows based but they [...]

todayOctober 10, 2018

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Is SharePoint Going To Die?

I get asked this question a lot, I generally suspect it is because at first glance with SharePoint it takes a fair amount of resources to run a well-architected, organized, and maintained portal for an arbitrary organization, which I think is partially accurate. However, I don't consider that is a [...]

todaySeptember 8, 2018

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SharePoint Owner

BYNET In Teradata – What are you

As we have talked about before, Teradata embraces the concept of SMP and MPP. Within the hardware context, there are two componets that build up this platform. The first if the Processor Node, this is responisble as the name implies for the data processing. This is mostly related to the [...]

todayAugust 19, 2018

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Team Foundation Server Owner

Exploding TFS Groups For User Investigation

When users are using Team Explorer and viewing the group membership for a particular project (Team Project Settings -> Group Membership) it's pretty easy because explicit users and groups are listed. However, this becomes a problem when you want to view all the users of that particular group. This is [...]