Jason started with the basics and gave me enough tools to really have some fun with my homework working on my own. I truly cannot wait for the advanced portions of the training. I see what possibilities SharePoint solutions can provide for my clients. I am excited to think of what I can bring to them.
The information was clear and pace would make it easy for anyone to follow along. There were opportunities for questions and plenty of one on one if needed. Jason was able to share my screen when I did encounter problems. I enjoyed his ability to take my questions that may have been off course but he made time to venture into those responses.
Over the past four years I’ve been asked many times “Why Nintex?”. After all, there are several ISV’s in the SharePoint workflow space. Additionally, you have several Microsoft solutions for creating SharePoint workflows like out of the box workflows, Designer Workflows and Visual Studio. So I thought I would give you my insights as to why I love Nintex Workflow and the value Nintex Workflow brings to the table. Read more
If your company has already taken the plunge to move to SharePoint 2013 or is planning on moving to SharePoint 2013 in the future, this is a must attend session to get the scope on the latest and greatest that SharePoint has to offer. Read more
If you have ever had to embed a video in SharePoint 2007 or 2010 you realize how laborious the process can be. Sure, it’s not impossible, but it was a huge pain in the… well you know. Microsoft has made this process much easier using SharePoint 2013. In this quick video I will walk you through the process of adding a video from Vimeo into SharePoint 2013. Read more
It’s Friday the 13th and if you’ve been following TekDog you may know Friday the 13th is a special day for us. On each Friday the 13th we like to do something special with deals (now expired … boo!!). In the spirit of spooky Friday the 13th I thought I would talk about some rather scary issues with Microsoft SharePoint that I have been encountering lately. Read more
What’s better than TekDog’s Nintex training you ask… How about FREE Nintex Workflow Training. That’s right, 100% FREE Nintex training. In this session you will be guided through building your first workflow using Nintex Workflow 2010. Here’s what you’ll receive as part of our FREE training: Read more
Recently I was working on a project with a client and they wanted me to write a column for the current item to link back to the Workflow History. Sounds simple enough, so I started by adding a column to my list with a data type of Hyperlink. Here is a run down and some screen shots to go through the process. If you are looking to add a title to a Hyperlink using Nintex — here you go! Read more
Although I have been doing IT related work for over 15 years I feel like a novice on a daily basis. In the past year I have had the opportunity to work with Windows Azure for both .Net based application hosting as well as VM hosting. The VM hosting is a great tool and has been invaluable to TekDog since the service was in “Preview” mode. That being said, we have learned the hard way on more than one occasion on “What Not to Do.” Read more
It’s been a while since I’ve touched base with my friends and clients. We used to do an “official email newsletter” here at TekDog, but with all the changes we’ve been going through in the past few months – well, it sort of got sidelined.
So, “Hi… How are you?” It’s Jason from TekDog.
You’ve connected with TekDog in some way over the past year, and I thought I’d share some of my thoughts and observations about the great ride this has been so far. Read more