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Changes to SharePoint Online Document Libraries & What They Mean

If you are on an Office 365 first release tenant you may have noticed a new option when you logged into your environment this past Friday morning when going to view your Document Libraries:

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Display Events from an Outlook Calendar in SharePoint using Office 365 API's

Is that blog title long enough? Another option is “An Introduction to Office 365 API’s”? maybe?

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SPTechCon 2015 Boston Wrap up

PAIT Group's Mark Rackley just returned from the SharePoint Technology Conference SPTechCon, where over 450 attendees gathered in Boston to listen to speakers from around the world. SPTechCon 2015 Boston hosts 80+ sessions over 4 days, covering many topics from branding to document management to custom development and even Yammer.

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SharePoint Tabbed Web Parts–HillbillyTabs 3.0

Over two years ago I created a simple little script to allow people to place SharePoint Web Parts into tabs using the jQueryUI library. Just by adding a script to a page in SharePoint you could easily put one or all of your web parts into a well organized tab structure.

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InfoPath is Dead, But Not Gone Yet

The recent Microsoft update on InfoPath forms has everyone scratching their heads.  For those who haven't come across the article yet - Microsoft has declared they will not be shipping another version of InfoPath.  2013 is the end of the line for the user friendly forms builder!

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SharePoint. Treadmills. And the commitment to change.

It’s that time of year where exercise is on everyone’s mind.  You have your gym regulars irritated that there are all these new people at the gym doing their best and you have all the new people swearing this is going to be the year they change!   And good for all of you to be there doing your thing.

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