So this past weekend I attended Startup Weekend Louisville #10!
It was an incredibly educational and exhausting weekend, but I have to say it was entirely worth it! Me and my employee (Jonah) went as part of our team’s goals for us to do fun non-work related professional development. So I just wanted to review a little bit of the weekend and the things I learned. Continue reading
Major life update incoming.
I’ve had a rough time the last 2 years. With knee surgery behind me over a year ago I began another life challenge that’s taken some time to work through. In September, while on a motorcycle trip with my dad and brother, I was hit head on by a car who came into my lane. I survived, thankfully, with a few issues that are still causing me problems today. Continue reading
After I arrived home from the Usability Week, I had a feeling something was wrong with my knee that I had hurt a couple months prior. Turns out, I had a torn ACL and meniscus. So about 4.5 weeks ago I had knee surgery and have spent a lot of time working from home while I recover. Continue reading
Read more for information about David! Continue reading
Had a blast today at the University of Louisville for SharePoint Saturday Louisville! Thanks to everyone who came and supported the community through their attendance, sponsorship, or sharing a session!
I presented a session called The SharePoint Code Bank: An Easy to Implement Community Resource! Continue reading
So the new year has been upon us for a full month now and it’s already busy! I just celebrated my 5th year with my current company and I thought it would be good to do a little review of my last year with SharePoint. Last year was full of successes, the major one being getting better at what I do best, building SharePoint solutions for my organization. Continue reading
Well, I’ve been super busy with work and life for the last couple of months. I haven’t had much time to write any how-to’s lately, but I promise I have a list of them I’d love to write. Just need to find some time. Continue reading
Here are two links I reference pretty frequently. Wanted to share them because others might use them if they are ever trying to edit CSS.
For the old 2007 version: http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blogs/zach/Master%20Page%20Cheat%20Sheet/Forms/ViewAll.aspx
For the 2010 CSS Classes: http://erikswenson.blogspot.com/2010/01/sharepoint-2010-base-css-classes.html
They have been very very helpful to me when editing classes. If anyone has a better resource, please be sure to share in the comments!
Hope everyone had a great holiday. I’ll be working on getting up another post soon. I’ve been doing a bit more work with the the Magic Template featured in the last tutorial. Hope to share something more soon!
This is just a quick update to let you know I’m still alive and I have a great list of things I plan on sharing soon. Two things on the list to get up and running this week is:
- A working example of a jQuery image rotator for a page.
- A traffic light dashboard that runs off of a project task list.
- A blog about purpose, design, and figuring out what you want.
Currently I work in a financial role and that’s kept me really really busy this season for budgeting 2013. With that ‘hopefully’ wrapping up this week, I hope to have a little more time to blog!