Month: May 2010

MythBusting Backyard Barbeque Myths

With Summer sneaking up, I thought I’d talk a bit about some of the evil myths out there about backyard barbeque…. The best cooked rib meat falls off the bone Properly roasted ribs are tender but still have some chew, similar to a tender steak. They don’t fall off the bone. If they do, chances are they have been boiled. In KCBS and FBA competitions, the judges do not like the meat to fall off the bone. The meat must have some consistency and not be too dry or mushy. What this means is the meat must stick to the bone well enough so you can pick a bone up and eat it without the meat falling off the bone by itself. But when you bite it, the meat should easily pull clean from the bone. If you can bite into the rib and get that "half moon" bite and then the rest of the meat comes off easily with subsequent bites, then you have probably hit the nail on the head. This is from the KCBS judges instructions… "Judging pork ribs can be very subjective. However, when judging competition ribs you must consider a few factors. When sampling a properly cooked contest rib the area of the meat where the bite is taken should be pulled cleanly from the bone with very little effort. The exposed bone of...

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Getting Started with SharePoint 2010 Development Kit

SharePoint 2010 includes numerous new capabilities and features for professional developers.  Microsoft has just released a very nice training “kit” for offline use that can be installed locally and accessed through your web browser.  Great for those of use who don’t want to eat up our bandwith if we’re mobile and on laptops. Per the website at:  http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=6184 The SharePoint 2010 Developer Training Kit provides developers with deep guidance on how to develop for SharePoint 2010. Through PowerPoint decks, Hands-On Labs, Source Code, and Instructor-Led Videos, the developer kit walks you through an array of important developer topics–including Developer Roadmap, Visual Studio tooling, Workflow, Business Connectivity Services, and much, much more.   Start...

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SharePoint 2007 vs SharePoint 2010

Everything on this page is contained in Microsoft documentation, on the Microsoft website, on MSDN, on Technet, or in the Microsoft webcasts and presentations. This page is meant as my all-in-one reference area for comparing the two systems Legend: ○= Feature Included ●= Improved In Office Sharepoint Server 2010 ☻= New In Office Sharepoint Server 2010 Sites Feature Name / Area Sharepoint Server 2007 Sharepoint Server 2010 Office Integration ○ ● Line-Of-Business Integration ○ ● Read/Write Capabilities   ☻ Enterprise Management Operations ○ ● Management Tools And Reporting ○ ● Web Analytics   ☻ Mobile Connectivity ○ ● Full-Fidelity Viewing   ☻ Editing To Mobile   ☻ Office Interaction ○ ● Read/Write Capabilities ○ ☻ Robust User Experience ○ ☻ Contextual Ribbon   ☻ Microsoft Silverlight   ☻ Office Web Applications   ☻ Tagging   ☻ Audience Targeting   ☻ Communities Feature Name / Area Sharepoint Server 2007 Sharepoint Server 2010 My Site: People Profile & Personal Site ○ ● Photos And Presence ○ ● Status Updates ○ ● Ask Me About   ☻ Note Board   ☻ Recent Activities   ☻ Organization Browser   ☻ Add Colleagues ○ ● Social Bookmarks   ☻ Tags   ☻ Tag Clouds   ☻ Tag Profiles   ☻ My Network   ☻ Blogs ○ ● Wikis ○ ● Enterprise Wikis   ☻ Ratings   ☻ Colleague Suggestions ○ ● Keyword Suggestions  ...

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