Glyma is now open source!

Hi all If you are not aware, my colleagues and I have spend a large chunk of the last few years developing a software tool for SharePoint called Glyma (pronounced “Glimmer”). Glyma is a very powerful  knowledge management solution for SharePoint 2010/2013, that deals with knowledge that is… Continue reading

Rewriting the knowledge management rulebook… The story of “Glyma” for SharePoint

Send to Kindle“If Jeff ever leaves…” I’m sure you have experienced the “Oh crap” feeling where you have a problem and Jeff is on vacation or unavailable. Jeff happens to be one of those people who’s worked at your organisation for years and has developed such a deep working knowledge… Continue reading

“Assumption is the mother of all f**k ups”

My business partner, Chris Tomich, is the John Deacon of Seven Sigma. In case you do not know who John Deacon is, he is the bass player from Queen who usually said very little publicly and didn’t write that many songs (and by songs I mean blog posts).… Continue reading

Trials or tribulation? Inside SharePoint 2013 workflows–Part 12

This entry is part 12 of 13 in the series Workflow

Hi all, and welcome to part 12 of my articles about SharePoint 2013 Workflows and whether they are ready for prime time. Along the way we have learnt all about CAML, REST, JSON, calling web services, Fiddler, Dictionary objects and a heap of scenarios that can derail aspiring… Continue reading

Trials or tribulation? Inside SharePoint 2013 workflows–Part 10

This entry is part 10 of 13 in the series Workflow

Hi there and welcome back to my series of articles that puts a real-world viewpoint to SharePoint 2013 workflow capabilities. This series is pitched more to Business Analysts, SharePoint Hackers and generally anyone who might be termed a citizen developer. This series shows the highs and lows of… Continue reading

Trials or tribulation? Inside SharePoint 2013 workflows–Part 9

This entry is part 9 of 13 in the series Workflow

Hi all and welcome to my series that aims to illustrate the trials and tribulations of SharePoint 2013 workflow to those who consider themselves as citizen developers. In case you don’t want to go all the way back to part 1, a citizen developer is basically a user… Continue reading

Trials or tribulation? Inside SharePoint 2013 workflows–Part 7

This entry is part 7 of 13 in the series Workflow

Hi and welcome to part 7 of my series of articles around SharePoint 2013 workflows. We have been examining the trials and tribulations (mainly trials so far) of implementing a relatively simple document approval workflow for a mythical organisation called Megacorp Inc. In the last post, I started… Continue reading

Trials or tribulation? Inside SharePoint 2013 workflows–Part 6

This entry is part 6 of 13 in the series Workflow

Hi and welcome to part 6 of my series of articles aimed at demystifying various aspects to SharePoint 2013 workflows. We have been using a mythical example of a document approval workflow from our mythical multinational called Megacorp Inc. We have been trying to create a workflow attempting… Continue reading