Confessions of a (post) SharePoint architect: Do not penalise people for learning

This entry is part 3 of 10 in the series confessions

Send to Kindle Hi all and welcome to another small piece of my SharePoint architect manifesto. In the previous post I introduced you to the notion of f-laws, which were first coined in a book co-authored by Russell Ackoff. In the process of developing a SharePoint governance and information architecture… Continue reading

Confessions of a (post) SharePoint Architect: Don’t define “governance”

This entry is part 2 of 10 in the series confessions

Hi all and welcome to the second post of a series that I have been wanting to write for a while. In this series, I am going to cover some of the lesser considered areas of being a SharePoint architect and by association, key aspects to SharePoint governance.… Continue reading

Confessions of a (post) SharePoint Architect: Midwives versus doctors

This entry is part 1 of 10 in the series confessions

Bjørn Furuknap you have gone too far this time! There I said it. On behalf of the SharePoint community, I feel that someone needs to speak up about your reprehensible behaviour, so I have taken it upon myself to right the wrongs that you so needlessly inflicted onto… Continue reading

Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 11 – Tales from the Microsoft labs

This entry is part 11 of 11 in the series Perf

Hi all and welcome to the final article in my series on SharePoint performance management – for now anyway. Once SharePoint 2013 goes RTM, I might revisit this topic if it makes sense to, but some other blogging topics have caught my attention. To recap the entire journey,… Continue reading

Demystifying SharePoint Performance Management Part 10 – More tools of the trade…

This entry is part 10 of 11 in the series Perf

Hi all and welcome to the tenth article in my series on demystifying SharePoint performance management. I do feel that we are getting toward the home stretch here. If you go way back to Part 1, I stated my intent to highlight some common misconceptions and traps for… Continue reading