Category Archives: PowerShell

SharePoint Online Client Object Model and PowerShell: Three tips

Over the years, SharePoint has evolved a lot and the powerful tool we know today has undergone some serious developments. SharePoint developers working on configuration of the platform for specific needs have seen solutions to their design needs improve too. However, it’s not always clear exactly which to use and when, so this post will […]

IT Pro fear no more! Introducing the SPCAF PowerShell CmdLet

Attention IT Pros! This time we have something for you! We are happy to announce the availability of the new SPCAF PowerShell CmdLet enabling you to analyze the code quality of your SharePoint solutions (.wsp) and apps (.apps) in your solution deployment scripts, your farm health checks or anywhere else you are using PowerShell to automate […]

Speaking at SharePoint Connect in Amsterdam

I have the pleasure to speak at the upcoming SharePoint Connect conference in Amsterdam about SharePoint Continuous Integration with VS Online and Azure Abstract: With the Cloud Services Azure and VS Online professional SharePoint Development has never been easier. Having the infrastructure available on demand and only paying per use allows you to build complete production-like […]

SharePoint health check (2): Extracting Customizations

This post is the second of a series explaining how to audit your SharePoint farm. SharePoint health check (1): Auditing the SharePoint farm SharePoint health check (2): Extracting Customizations (this post) SharePoint health check (3): Auditing Customizations Extracting Customizations from the Farm When auditing the customizations of your SharePoint farm, the first step is to retrieve all of them in their currently […]

Sessions and slides from the #ESPC14

This week I was attending and speaking at the European SharePoint Conference in Barcelona and it was just great! To sum it up quickly great city, many interesting sessions, great food and awesome people :) I want to thank everyone who attended my session for the great feedback. Seems like you learned something new and […]