Come see me present at Microsoft’s SharePoint Conference 2011 in Anaheim 4

If you are planning to attend the SharePoint Conference in Anaheim, Oct 3rd-6th 2011, come on out to one of my sessions and say hello. I was fortunate enough to be selected to co-present a couple different sessions with John Ross this year. SharePoint911 will also have a booth at the show and a good portion of the team is likely to be hanging around there at any given time AND we should have our brand new (top secret) squishy farm animal to give away. Here are the sessions I will be co-presenting. I think the session date and times are still somewhat tentative so be sure to check the schedule at the conference: Creating Beautiful and Engaging Web Sites with SharePoint 2010 Monday, October 3rd – 11:00 am Randy Drisgill & John Ross Level: 200 mySPC Link The process of building, branding and delivering a beautiful web site is more than just skin deep. ...

Pre-Announcement – IT Camp #3 – Orlando, FL (Saturday Jan 21, 2012)

I know there is going to be a SharePoint Saturday in Austin Texas around this same time, which should be a blast. But for those that don’t want to travel to Texas, we are going to have an entire SharePoint track at Microsoft’s IT Camp #3 in Orlando, Florida on January 21, 2012. For those that don’t know what the IT Camp is, here is a description as well as a link to the previous camp in Tampa: Join system administrators IT professionals and database professionals in addition to managers at all levels in Florida that work with Microsoft technologies for a “IT Camp Saturday” event on January 21st 2012. IT Camps are a free, one day learning event for anyone seeking professional development. This event serves IT professionals and students with a focus on IT Pro related technologies. IT Camps offer a conference style learning environment free of charge.   What:   IT Camp ...

CSS Chart for SharePoint 2010

Personally I prefer to use the IE Developer Toolbar and Firefox for manipulating CSS in SharePoint 2010 but I know from the 100’s of people that have asked me that CSS charts are something people really want. Heather Solomon had the first CSS chart back in the SharePoint 2007 days and recently she has posted a preview of a new chart for 2010 and it looks like it should be a nice resource for everyone: SharePoint 2010 CSS Reference Chart

SharePoint 2010 Mobile Devices and Scrolling

This was a posted a little while back, but I’m guessing some of you haven’t seen it yet. Over at the SPTechWeb site I wrote an quick article where I reviewed three of the more popular ways (they weren’t pioneered by me btw) of handling scrolling in SharePoint 2010 specifically as it relates to mobile devices like the iPhone, iPad, and Android. The post was inspired by all the SPTechCon attendees that asked about mobile devices as well as my co-worker Todd Klindt for wanting to push the boundaries of SharePoint 2010 blogging for a public facing site. SPTechWeb – SharePoint 2010: Mobile Devices and Scrolling