First, a note to all previously NDA-clad MVPs, TAP customers, and others who had SP2010 access, but couldn’t utter a word: You have my deepest and sincerest respect for your incredible self discipline. Staying mute for a week has given me a glimpse into what you have endured for several months. Congratulations.
Now, however, the leaf is coming off my mouth, at least, and while this post won’t be specifically on SharePoint 2010, I’m certainly going to post a lot of content on SP2010 from here on. Right now I just need to get a few things off my chest.
First of all, to the inevitable Microsoft employee reading this to figure out if I’m pissing someone off again: My email address is furuknap<[at]>gmail.com. Ask me, if you have something on your mind, don’t email someone else asking if I can change the content of my blog. Geez…
Second, Issue 7 of Understanding SharePoint Journal is just finished and will ship within a few days. The topic is Low-code Visual Studio workflows for SharePoint. More on that in a separate post.
Third, the SharePoint 2010 Beta series of USP Journal will be taken off the market today, Monday October 26 (in just a matter of hours, actually). If you are still lagging, get over there now. If the site is closed, you’re too late.
Fourth, start buying RAM if you’re planning on running SharePoint Foundation 2010. Drop by Amazon.com and start adding these to your shopping cart. I’ll tell you in a later post when to stop.
Speaking of which, I’ve registered the domain name www.SharePointFoundation2010.com, and I’ll make a formal announcement on the USP Journal mailing list within the next couple of days describing what will be there. (to that inevitable Microsoft employee again: Relax, it wont be midget porn). If you want the news first, sign up for the mailing list.
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