My Microsoft Virtual Academy Session on Office 365 Development

I just realized that I never truly advertised on my blog the session I delivered back in March 2015 for the Microsoft Virtual Academy in Redmond, on Office 365 Development. This full day session was recorded live on March 24th, with my co-host Christopher Harrison. We had a blast! The audience asked several great questions […]

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Awarded the Microsoft Award for PowerShell for a second year in a Row

While July 1st means a day off to celebrate Canada’s day for us Canadians, to me it also means having to wait for the email confirming whether or not I am renewed for another year as a Microsoft MVP. Today, the news came in at around 10:30 AM eastern time that I was in fact […]

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Use PowerShell to Interact with Office 365

One of my biggest frustration with Office 365 over the past few months, is the fact that we are now prohibited from creating new subsites under the main Internet Public facing site collection that is given to us by SharePoint online. Using SharePoint Online Management Shell only gives us 30 PowerShell cmdlets to use, and […]

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My First Thoughts on the NAPA Cloud Apps IDE

Last July 17th, Microsoft unveiled the preview version of the upcoming Office 2013 suite, including the server bits. One of the major changes, in my opinion, is the introduction of these new “Office Apps”. This concept opens the door to infinite possibilities for developers since they can now develop their own generic “pluggable” components and […]

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