Monthly Archive: October 2013

More Thoughts on Object Oriented Code

More Thoughts on Object Oriented Code

I’ve talked about writing object-oriented and domain-driven design before. In talking with another dev this week, I think I have my simplest summary of object-oriented code yet: when  you are writing well written object oriented code, you’ll know it by...

SharePoint’s Image Problem

SharePoint’s Image Problem

SharePoint has an image problem with many folks. I’ve discussed it before, but I think I have a new perspective on the issue. You see, I recently interviewed a candidate that was Microsoft Certified IT Professional: SharePoint Administrator 2010 and Microsoft...

Watch Out For SPListItemCollection.Count and Judicious Use of RowLimit

Watch Out For SPListItemCollection.Count and Judicious Use of RowLimit

This seemingly innocuous call can be quite dangerous when used incorrectly. The reason is that this property invocation actually executes the query. This is OK if you plan on iterating the results because the results are cached, but costly if...

Is Social for the Enterprise Useless?

Is Social for the Enterprise Useless?

There is a key difference when we look at social networks in our personal lives (Facebook , Twitter, etc.) and professional lives (LinkedIn) and social networks in an enterprise and that key difference is that enterprises are still primarily concerned...