October 2006 Blog Posts
I caught this over at Andrew Connell's blog. AC makes reference to Ted Pattison's “What are Features?” post to understand them. If you are into MOSS and/or WSS v3 you'll want to get up-to-speed. AC also has updated his resource page covering Features, and it can be found at http://andrewconnell.com/blog/articles/MossWcmResources.aspx#Features- - great stuff!
You are now able to sort all MSDN Magazine articles by title, author, issue, rating, or number of raters by visiting the technology index and searching with the default term, "all." Try it out.
I caught this over at AC's blog. Joel Oleson has made available a case study looking at a few areas in migration: (Navigation, Search, Summary pages, Deployment scripts, Form login screens and Developing the approval workflow). They also present some best practices in migration.
» Improving an IT Self-Help Portal User Experience - Technical Case Study
This weekend my oldest son and I are going to the Oklahoma Wichita Wildlife Reserve. It boasts of over 550 animals. We will be camping underneath the stars, fishing, elk and buffalo observing and hiking. I look forward to this time with my son. He is about to turn thirteen (13) years-old and boy 'ol boy is he turning into a man 'ol man. They grow up quick. Then I have three other sons coming up the ladder. Maybe we can make this an annual event - guy time.
I got wind of these from a co-worker, Jake Wilds. Microsoft has provided free eLearning courses on MOSS 2007 and Office 2007 Client Suite. You can find them here: