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Senior SharePoint and Business Intelligence Consultant for Intelligent Decisioning Ltd, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner based in Nottingham UK specialising in SharePoint, CRM and Workflow.

I'm experienced with WSS 3.0, MOSS 2007, SharePoint Foundation 2010, SharePoint Server 2010, SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS), MDX Scripting, Workflow & WCF.

I'm certified to MCPD SharePoint 2010 Dev, and MCTS WSS & MOSS Config

I spend way too much time online.


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Mar
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comment How was programming done 20 years ago?
We also had USENET, you can see archives of comp.lang.c and others on Google Groups, dating back to the early/mid 80s.
Mar
15
answered What is spreadsheet useful for?
Mar
14
comment Is it better to learn html, javascript, php, then mysql if you want to start your own site?
People still make sites using server side Java?
Mar
4
comment Is Oracle WebCenter 11g equivalent to a larger version of SharePoint?
Has your company shifted from SP to WC? Ask whoever made the decision why they did - they'll probably just say things like cost, etc. The option to ditch SharePoint in favour of Oracle has, in my experience, been due to failed SharePoint projects, and the stakeholders then dislike the platform which was probably suited for the job just fine. I've no experience of WC at all so this is just a comment.
Mar
4
comment Best way to acquire a complete comprehensive knowledge of web design and development?
You'd probably hit retirement age (65 in the UK) by the time you got through that video training package, if one existed.
Mar
4
comment Decompilers - Myth or Fact?
ILSpy (a project set up after Redgate announced that they will be charging for Reflector) does a really good job of intepreting obfuscated code.
Mar
4
comment Decompilers - Myth or Fact?
@Simon the program would need to remain decrypted in memory for it to run - if you encrypt the .data portion of the image in memory you effectively corrupt the machine code that will be processed.
Mar
2
comment What are QUICK interview questions for the Microsoft stack development jobs?
Also I answered before the edit which states what technologies they're using.
Mar
2
comment What are QUICK interview questions for the Microsoft stack development jobs?
Depends what job you're applying for - SharePoint 2010 still uses ASP.NET 3.5.
Mar
1
answered What are QUICK interview questions for the Microsoft stack development jobs?
Mar
1
comment Interrupting Work Productivity: The Name?
Impediment? Though technically (in Scrum) that's something that stops you completing a task on the backlog.
Feb
28
answered Real world use of C# Delegates
Feb
28
comment Putting books read in resume
I'm agreeing with Martin on this one. Unless the candidate reviews books and publishes his reviews on his blog or whereever, then I don't see much depth to a book listing on a CV (Woo, British!).
Feb
27
comment Can it be useful to build an application starting with the GUI?
This is Rapid Application Development.
Feb
27
comment Versioning millions of files with distributed SCM
Gotcha, so the RDBMSs are basically data warehouses and the day to day transactions are XML files. I think with enough frontends (5?) and a clustered SQL backend (3 or 4 nodes?) then SharePoint could handle this.