We wish you all merry christmas and a happy new year. We all had a year in which we had to strike new pathes, go over limits or just being creative and reinvent ourselves again. On top Microsoft published a new version of SharePoint and Office.
For me personally it was a great year. Starting at a new company to work, having a great team to work with on several projects, meeting nice people at SharePoint User Groups in Düsseldorf and Paderborn. So i personally hope to join more often these great community events as well as visiting one SharePoint Conference.
Well, it’s nearly the end of the year, we are still alive and we have plans for next year, but before thinking now of plans i would like to have a small look back and want to revue the year 2012 of this blog. I just make my personally post highlights of each month:
SharePoint 2010 Removing Buttons from Ribbon
SharePoint 2010 Create and validate a number field in a list without thousand separator
SharePoint 2010 Conditional Formatting for Lists using Visual Studio
SharePoint 2010 Tipps for creating a Console App
SharePoint 2010 Collect feedback from users based on a Survey list
SharePoint 2010 One possibility to filter hyperlinks
SharePoint 2010 How to hide the recycle bin and the all site content links
SharePoint 2013: First Impression
SharePoint 2010 & InfoPath – Creating an autoincrementing column as IDs
SharePoint 2010 Custom Timer Job with description running for a specific site collection
SharePoint 2010 Extend your Lists with Custom Actions using SPD
SharePoint 2010 Best Practice IV Document Sets & Metadata
SharePoint 2010 Copy or fill a list by using c#
SharePoint 2010 change item group permissions by using c#
SharePoint 2010 Deploy BDC Model on Foundation with Visual Studio
What a great year. Goodbye 2012. We wish all readers a happy new year 2013!!!
..:: I LIKE SHAREPOINT ::..
even in 2013 🙂
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