SharePoint Saturday Netherlands 2019

The SharePoint Community is still alive and kicking! Last Saturday more than 250 people attended SharePoint Saturday Netherlands (SPSNL) organized by the DIWUG (Dutch Information Worker User Group). It's amazing people spending their day off during the weekend to attend a community driven conference. Even when the temperature was above 30° Celsius (86° Fahrenheit). Our... Continue Reading →

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June 2019 release SharePoint Client Browser

Making sure the SharePoint Client Browser community tool keeps up to date with the releases of SharePoint Client Side Objects Model (CSOM) means I need to keep releasing too! This month is supporting the May 2019 SharePoint CSOM release. Updated CSOM release: SharePoint Online CSOM May 2019 – v16.1.9824.1200 (Microsoft release notes) You can download... Continue Reading →

Enable ULS logging during App deployment

Troubleshooting is always afterwards, meaning you need logging information to backtrack the origin of the errors. But normally the logging level is set to default and the actual interesting data is missing from the ULS logs. This post provides an approach to enable logging before deploying your apps and reverting to the default afterwards. Before... Continue Reading →

Microsoft TechDays 2013

Last week I presented at the Microsoft TechDays 2013 in The Hague, Netherlands. I want to thank the attendees for joining my session on Developing SharePoint 2013 Apps with Visual Studio 2012. The last session before the weekend after 2 days filled with sessions, big shout out to them! You can find my slides and... Continue Reading →

Word text generator for Lorem Ipsum

Regularly I need Word documents with example text. Word has a example text generator feature which creates text like “Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer …” or “On the Insert tab, the galleries include items that are designed …” or “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. The quick brown fox …”. Simply... Continue Reading →

How to recover a crashed VM

Last week it happened again, one of my virtual machines crashed. And I needed a way to repair the virtual machine or at least retrieve the files located on the virtual hard disk. Important note: This is (probably) not supported and I can’t guarantee your virtual machine is recovered. Please only use this how-to as... Continue Reading →

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