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  • Visual Studio 2008 Loadfest / Halo Fragfest / Guitar Hero Rockfest!

    For those of you in Atlanta or the surrounding area, we (the Atlanta Microsoft Professionals, Atlanta .NET User Group and Microsoft (aka Doug Turnure)) will be hosting a Visual Studio 2008 Loadfest, followed by a Halo Fragfest / Guitar Hero Rockfest in place of the regularly scheduled ''talks''.&nbsp; All the fun (and loading) will be happening at ...
    Posted to Dan Attis (Weblog) by Dan Attis on November 26, 2007
  • Yet Another great looking public facing MOSS Internet site!

    A good friend of mine recently architected, developed and launched using the MOSS 2007 platform.&nbsp; This is yet another example of using it as a public facing site.&nbsp; This isnt to say that there werent a few hurdles, he mentioned many, but all in all, it seems to be a success and it ''looks'' awesome! Hopefully this will be the ...
    Posted to Dan Attis (Weblog) by Dan Attis on November 26, 2007
  • You Don't Need to Copy PDB Files to Debug in the GAC!

    I generally don't post a link without much else but this was a no brainer and I feel every SharePoint developer, heck, every .NET developer needs to know this.&nbsp; My friend and SharePoint pal, Doug Ware has discovered how to debug assemblies in the GAC WITHOUT having to copy the pdb symbols file to the MSIL folder.&nbsp; In other words, simply ...
    Posted to Dan Attis (Weblog) by Dan Attis on November 15, 2007
  • Technical Interview Tips

    Keith Rome, an über smart friend of mine and fellow MVP, recently posted some interview tips on how to increase the odds of landing that next dream job.&nbsp; Remember, it's the little things that help!
    Posted to Dan Attis (Weblog) by Dan Attis on October 24, 2007
  • SharePoint 2007 - Add a Lookup Field to a List Template Element that references its own List

    I had a real hard time coming up for a title for this post.&nbsp; Here is what I am trying to explain in the title.&nbsp; I had a need to create a custom List Template.&nbsp; This can be done via a Feature.&nbsp; The issue I ran across was I needed a Lookup Field in my list that contained values in another column in the same list.&nbsp; The problem
    Posted to Dan Attis (Weblog) by Dan Attis on October 16, 2007
  • SharePoint 2007 - Content Editor Web Part and Absolute Url's

    I am not sure if this type of information has been posted before.&nbsp; I looked around for a good 2 days or so trying to find a solution to my particular problem and could not.&nbsp; Here is a short description of the problem. My current project involves a public facing WCM site.&nbsp; The site has 2 zones, one for anonymous access and forms users
    Posted to Dan Attis (Weblog) by Dan Attis on September 27, 2007
  • Oodles of Trial Software...

    I stumbled across this link today that I never knew existed.&nbsp; I have always had a hard time locating trial software, but look no more.&nbsp; Here you will find links to download the following products, enjoy! Server Products and Technologies BizTalk Server 2006 Commerce Server 2007 Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 Microsoft Office ...
    Posted to Dan Attis (Weblog) by Dan Attis on September 7, 2007
  • NET Runtime version 2.0.50727.42 - Fatal Execution Engine Error (7A05E2B3) (80131506)

    What an obscure title for a blog entry eh?&nbsp; I just want to make sure that if someone else searches for this, they will find it because I was spinning my wheels for 3 hours researching for this fix.&nbsp; At any rate, here is what happened. I have an Office SharePoint Server 2007&nbsp;virtual machine that I use for private development and user ...
    Posted to Dan Attis (Weblog) by Dan Attis on August 6, 2007
  • SharePoint 2007 - Calculated Fields

    I was reading thru some blogs, namely that of Kevin DeRudder, today.&nbsp; He recently&nbsp;posted some information on calculated fields.&nbsp; I get questions pretty often from clients on the available formulas when creating a calculated field.&nbsp; In his post, Kevin talks about how to reference a yes/no field from a formula inside a calculated ...
    Posted to Dan Attis (Weblog) by Dan Attis on July 30, 2007
  • What does it take to be an SharePoint expert?

    As a SharePoint SME, I tend to get odd looks sometimes from people who clearly have no idea of all that&nbsp;is involved in the technology, let alone being a subject matter expert.&nbsp; Most people think it's point and click and I have to say, that drives me batty.&nbsp; I'm not sure what fosters this perception, but it's out there.&nbsp; Joel ...
    Posted to Dan Attis (Weblog) by Dan Attis on July 23, 2007
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