Two Facebookers. Sauvik Das, a Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon and summer software engineer intern at Facebook, and Adam Kramer, a Facebook data scientist, published research about their study of the self-censorship behavior collected from 5 million English-speaking Facebook users.
My new theme for this fall is; Inspire! Teach! Awe! The remainder of 2013 I’ll be traveling 80 days and visiting 14 countries to inspire, teach, and awe. As part of the tour, I’ll be speaking at six major conferences around the globe in addition to smaller community events. My discussions will focus on… Read More ›
Microsoft Venezuela y LatinShare tienen el agrado de invitarle a un prestigioso evento del tour mundial de Sharepoint: Sharing The Point South America 2013, el cual es una iniciativa conducida por las comunidades de SharePoint diseñada para ayudar a educar a usuarios sobre el potencial de la plataforma de SharePoint. El grupo formado por algunos… Read More ›
I am proud to have worked with some of the most recognized names in SharePoint development on this writing project. The book is available for purchase now and getting great early reviews. A team of well-known Microsoft MVPs joins forces in this fully updated resource, providing you with in-depth coverage of development tools in the… Read More ›
Surrounded by your fellow IT professionals, Visual Studio Live! provides you with immediately usable IT education that will keep you relevant in the workforce. I’ll be presenting the following session: · Developing and Extending Enterprise Content Management Features with SharePoint 2013 SPECIAL OFFER: As a speaker, I can extend $500 savings on the 5-day package…. Read More ›
After a quick flight from Lalibella and a dusty taxi ride we finally arrived in Axum, Ethiopia. Later today we’ll head off to the mountains and remote villages where we hope to see more amazing sites and along the way continue to help children when we can. We have created a contact list using an… Read More ›
SharePointing in Vermont!
Paul shares a few ideas with Tim Roberts regarding SharePoint deployment and how often times the complex part is not the technology.