Category Archives: SharePoint
If your using Docker on Windows and looking to share folders between your host machine and your running containers you’ll likely want to us the –v flag to mount a volume like this: Luckily the error message is nice and … Continue reading
I’ve seen the future of SharePoint development and it’s decidedly cloudy. And that’s a good thing, no, that’s a great thing for the health of the SharePoint developer community. A few months back I was fortunate enough to be invited … Continue reading
We would like to allow users to search on values stored against user profiles without needing to use an explicit managed property search, i.e. they just want to type in the keyword and have the relevant people returned. Pretty much … Continue reading
So, I use Chrome, there I said it. They say that admitting you have a problem is the first step to solving it. Anyway when I’m browsing the web using what is, in general, a pretty good browser I’ll every … Continue reading
I like many SharePoint developers out there I am user of SPDisposeCheck. My team and I use this as in our Continuous Integration builds as one of our quality checks on to determine if our code is passing the checks … Continue reading
This year I presented a second session at the New Zealand SharePoint Conferences, on “A Practical Guide to Public Facing web sites”. As promised in my session here is the slide deck.