i came across this while catching up on some emails...the firstrain web part composer for sharepoint. i know nothing about it and have not looked at the evaluation yet, but it sounds like an interesting concept to some relatively quick web part building for content aggregation...again, i could be wrong.
at any rate, i thought i'd post it here for those that haven't seen it yet...go check it out and let us know how it works
firstrain web part composer
just got word today that i was awarded a microsoft mvp for community involvement with asp.net technologies. i'm honored by this distinction and hope that i can continue my contributions...and reap the benefits!
in case you don't know about the mvp program (i'll be honest, i don't know too much about it either), you can read more at http://www.microsoft.com/mvp
go ahead and make fun of me, i don't care.
i hate reality tv shows...except for one -- american idol. but before you make fun, i don't even like the ending shows when it actually gets to a competition...
...but after watching the premier of the auditions -- hands down, the best show...those people are idiots.
contestant: “with god by my side i tried my best”
simon: “well, he took the day off.”
a new kb article emerged with a simple change to make the sps indexer, etc. gather your onenote documents as well...if you use onenote for meeting note-taking, etc., this may be a good one to implement.
implement onenote ifilter for sharepoint
anyone looking for sharepoint workflow tools should take a gander at K2.NET and their offering.
i saw an early version of this while they were still developing it and it looked awesome. it has a workflow designer tool (similar to biztalk orchestration tools) that allows for gui design of the workflow and the integration is pretty good...
so if you are looking for an easy solution or an easy solution to help you develop your own workflow, check out K2.NET