Article outline next four weeks

Ok, so I’ve gotten a bit of time back to follow up on the blog. I decided to make the articles a bit more predictable so I am announcing the titles and a short description for the next four articles I will be writing.

Now, bar any unfortunate event, these articles will be published once a week for four consecutive weeks. I will note, however, that I am getting married next Friday, the 8th of august, and I might have to postpone publishing the article that week at least until later that evening.

Back to what really matters, here’s the outline. I will update with links to the articles as they are published. The first article should be published this weekend:

Redirecting users based on group membership

Not strictly a SharePoint-thing, and it builds on my Redirecting anonymous users article, but expands the component into a customizable redirect component. Useful for all ASP.NET scenarios, really.

Part 1 Automating business processes in SharePoint: SharePoint Designer Workflows

This will be the first article in a series of three that will look into some options for automating business processes in SharePoint. These articles will be based on a webcast I made a few months back where I used three methods to create a simple helpdesk application in SharePoint.

The first article will look at SharePoint Designer Workflows and how you can create simple, yet powerful workflows to automate tasks.

Part 2 Automating business processes in SharePoint: Event receivers in SharePoint

The second article in the series will look at using events receivers in SharePoint to respond to certain events.

Part 3 Automating business processes in SharePoint: Visual Studio Workflows

The final, at least yet, part of the series will look at developing workflows in SharePoint using Visual Studio.

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Bjørn Furuknap

I previously did SharePoint. These days, I try new things to see where I can find the passion. If you have great ideas, cool projects, or is in general an awesome person, get in touch and we might find out together.

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