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Feb 28, 2017

Legacy SharePoint Development (2007 and 2010) - Gulp and Robocopy

What is Robocopy and Why Should I Use It?
Feb 21, 2017

SharePoint Development - Gulp and Spsave

What is spsave?
Jan 5, 2017

Co-Authoring in SharePoint

What is Co-Authoring?
Dec 5, 2016

Institutionalizing Healthcare Cost Analysis and Control

In light of the impending movements in healthcare away from “fee for service” and toward “pay for value” models of care, the importance of accurate cost analysis for healthcare providers is extremely important.  Linking the financials to the operational data and down the line to patient outcomes is the key to operating an effective healthca
Nov 28, 2016

Agile: Fantastic Product Owners and Where to Find Them

Scrum requires three roles to be successful: Scrum Master, Development Team and Product Owner (PO).  Kicking off a new agile-scrum engagement has prompted me to reference previous efforts that achieved high levels of success to determine what maketh a fantastic Product Owner.
Nov 8, 2016

How I learned to stop fearing and start loving SharePoint... Sort Of - Part 2

SharePoint 2010 uses SOAP, which is messy (see what I did there?)
Oct 27, 2016

How I learned to stop fearing and start loving SharePoint... Sort Of - Part 1

New to SharePoint? You are a seasoned developer and your boss just told you that they need your help on a SharePoint project.  The typical thoughts may roll through your head: Why me?
Oct 15, 2016

Part 3: JavaScripting on SharePoint - Lists, Content Types, and Columns

To develop JavaScript applications that will store data on SharePoint, you should have a good understanding on how to design and store data in SharePoint lists.  If you followed Part 2 of this series, we now have three sites (Production, User Test
Sep 13, 2016

Agile: Business Priority vs. Dev Logic

The crux of agile development is building features in order of business value and priority as well as accounting for change in the development process.  However, when starting from scratch on a blank canvas, it can prove difficult to build the items that the customer deems highest priority first.
Aug 3, 2016

Customer-Centric Agile

As Project Managers, we spend most of our time balancing the triple constraint (scope, schedule, cost) while being the primary point of contact for our customers.  It’s challenging work and one of the reasons it’s so challenging is because we (Project Managers and customers alike) put too much weight on detailed plans that are typically developed before any work has been done.  Enter Agile methods.

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