In this new article from my series about developing SharePoint solutions with CloudShare and Visual Studio 11 Beta (VS 11 Beta), I will continue to show you some of the goodies that come with the new version of the ID that really simplify the development and deployment process of your custom SharePoint solutions. Read the rest of this entry »
We’ve gone from not understanding what cloud storage even meant to having more cloud storage options than we know how to handle. This week brought the launch of Google Drive – described on the official Google blog as: Read the rest of this entry »
If you understand why that title is funny, you are just nerdy enough to read this post.
…your huddled masses about to dropkick their computers out the window.
So you’ve just about had enough? Spent the last few hours banging your head against the wall? You’re cursing having ever heard the terms ‘VM, Cloud, SharePoint’? Read the rest of this entry »
Speaking with customers and people in trial on a regular basis, I find that Cloud Folders is regularly mentioned with enthusiasm. Read the rest of this entry »
After discussing the CloudShare’s development process, I wanted to delve into the subject of testing, and try and provide a glimpse of how testing is accomplished on the CloudShare development team. Read the rest of this entry »
I have spent my last few posts on the CloudShare blog focusing on how to develop specific SharePoint artifacts to both SharePoint Online and On-Premise using Visual Studio 11 Beta (Note: You can review prior articles by accessing my profile page).
I probably don’t even need to tell you what’s new with ProPlus because the changes are so obvious and so cool, you’ve already noticed! But, I’m going to tell you anyway.
As an IT manager, you’re probably inundated with requests from developers for environments, servers, and other time consuming, expensive matters. Read the rest of this entry »