My time with Idera has come to an end, so I wanted to aggregate some of the resources I assembled with them. I also wanted to share some information about my new company, Bitstream Foundry LLC.
2013 promises to be a year of big changes. In this post, I cover career changes and some official resolutions I'm making for the new year.
After applying some recently-released patches for SharePoint 2013, my farm's App infrastructure went belly-up. This post describes my troubleshooting and resolution.
My SharePoint community activities are off to a roaring start in 2012. In this post, I'll be recapping a couple of events from the end of 2011, as well as covering new activities taking place during the first couple of months of 2012.
SQL Server mirroring support is a welcome addition to SharePoint 2010. Although SharePoint 2010 makes use of the Failover Partner keyword in its connection strings, SharePoint itself doesn't appear to know whether or not SQL Server has failed-over for any given database. This post explores this topic...
Working for Rackspace I have had the ability to architect some truly BIG SharePoint farms. One thing to realize along the way is that a lot of people lead with the need for very large, very geographically dispersed farms – but the reality is that...
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In this post I talk about the recent SharePoint Cincy event. I also cover some of my upcoming activities for the next month, including a trip to Denver and SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities.
February is a really busy month for SharePoint activities. In this post, I cover some speaking engagements I have during the month. I also talk about the release of Idera SharePoint backup 3.0 -- the product we've been working so hard to build and make available!
This post contains my SPTechCon Boston lightning talk titled "Backup/Restore Knowledge Nuggets: What's True, What's Not?" I also spend a few moments talking about Prezi and how it compares to PowerPoint.
In this post, I discuss a couple of events that I have coming up; specifically, SPTechCon Boston and SharePoint Saturday Dallas.
If you check this blog with any degree of regularity, then you know that I’ve been relatively quiet for the last couple of months. I haven’t really posted anything new in some time, my tweets have been fewer in number (not that I’m a generator of high traffic on Twitter anyway), and I’ve generally...