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Why I Stick With Visual Studio 2008 for SharePoint 2010 Development

People seem surprised when I start up my development environment to to SharePoint 2010 development. The surprise comes from seeing the Visual Studio 2008 logo flashes before their eyes. “What you’re not using the latest and greatest? How come?” I’ll tell you why, and I’ve already given you a slight hint. “The Visual Studio log […]

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SharePoint Workflow – What You Need to Know

The most powerful feature of SharePoint, at least the one most likely to cause a high return on investment (ROI), is the tight integration and high utilization of workflow. In this short article, I will tell you what you need to know about SharePoint workflow in order to understand how to harness the power and […]

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SharePoint Visual Studio Workflows for Non-Developers?

UPDATE: The issue mentioned in this post is available at http://www.sharepointvisualstudioworkflows.com/ So, it’s time to do the second part of the USPJ Business Process Management series. This time, I’m going out on a limb, and I’m going to write a Visual Studio Workflow issue for non-developers. You may wonder why I would write a non-developer […]

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