Tag: 2017

Applying consistent code styles with Visual Studio 2017
Applying consistent code styles with Visual Studio 2017
Blog Posts

Visual Studio 2017 offers an extended set of tools that can help developers be more productive and for teams to be more cohesive and consistent. Code consistency is important at any level you look at it: individual, team and enterprise. Although each developer has his/her unique code writing style, there are cases where we may want… READ MORE

Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017
Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017
Blog Posts

As 2017 comes to a close, check out the Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017 from the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Community. 10. Archiving in SharePoint In this article I’ll describe built-in archiving functionality in SharePoint / Office 365. I’ll cover topics like on how you can use Site / Library based retention to fulfil… READ MORE

KEYNOTE 2: Transforming Your Team to Deliver Productivity as a Service
KEYNOTE 2: Transforming Your Team to Deliver Productivity as a Service
Presentations

Change is a fundamental part of IT and our industry. As we make our move to the next decade of productivity and collaboration work, it’s time to review our past and make those changes where it’s needed.
At Microsoft Ignite, Satya Nadella mentioned that all companies were now a software company providing a service, but what does that mean for you? And how do you make that transformation?

ESPC17 KEYNOTE #1: Accelerate your digital transformation with SharePoint and OneDrive
ESPC17 KEYNOTE #1: Accelerate your digital transformation with SharePoint and OneDrive
Blog Posts

Presented by Jeff Teper, Corporate Vice President, Office, SharePoint & OneDrive, Microsoft, USA SharePoint and OneDrive innovations empower people and organisations to share and work together, inform and engage people, transform business processes, and harness collective knowledge from anywhere, on all your devices. During this must-see session, Microsoft Corporate Vice President Jeff Teper will share… READ MORE

Four top rated webinars - Microsoft Ignite Round-Up 2017
Four top rated webinars – Microsoft Ignite Round-Up 2017
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Check out four amazing in-depth speakers taking part in our Microsoft Ignite Round-up 2017 for anyone that needs to stay up to date on the vast amount of news from Microsoft Ignite 2017 in Orlando. Tuesday Webinar: Jeremy Thake, VP of Product Technology at Hyperfish, USA will explain how to ‘Be more productive with the new Office… READ MORE

Latest on SharePoint Development from Product Group – Patterns, Models, Roadmap
Webinars

SharePoint is about to go through one of the biggest transformations from development perspective since the introduction of Feature Framework back in SharePoint 2007 version. This session is around covering the latest direction and guidance form the product group related on SharePoint Online and SharePoint on-premises. We’ll talk about the reasoning behind of the latest changes from the customisation perspective and what are the future directions with SharePoint. If you are a SharePoint developer in SharePoint Online or in on-premises, this is a session for, which explains where we are heading and why.

Be more productive with the new Office 365 features
Webinars

Take an hour with Jeremy Thake, VP of Product Technology at Hyperfish, to find out all the hottest news from Ignite for end users. Jeremy will strip through all the IT Pro nonsense you don’t need to know, wipe out any coding stories you just don’t care about. Get down to the new functionality in Office 365 that will make you a better user! Let Jeremy do all the detective work for you so you can get back to doing the job you’re paid to do!

Tutorial: Visual Studio 2017 + Angular 4 = SharePoint Online add-in
Tutorial: Visual Studio 2017 + Angular 4 = SharePoint Online add-in
Blog Posts

In the early days, in order to develop SharePoint-based systems, software engineers had to use heavy environments based on Windows Server OS with installed SharePoint Servers and other prerequisites. With SharePoint Online and add-ins, there is now no need to use those “beasts” anymore. However, what about “true” Visual Studio? Will we receive any gains in… READ MORE