• Nashville SharePoint Users Group Presentation

    SharePoint Users Group – December 8th 2015

    This coming December 8th I will be presenting to the Nashville SharePoint Users Group (nashvillesug.com) with the topic “Building SharePoint Solutions with Out of the Box Features and No Code”. I will highlight the features within SharePoint that I use often to create beneficial solutions for companies around the country. With heavy emphasis on not using any code, I will demo solutions built using a SharePoint Online site. [UPDATE] Last night’s meeting was a lot of fun – we have a great turnout and I know I had a good time hanging out with my Nashville SharePoint friends. We started off by talking about the Microsoft office move – the…

  • Nashville SQL Server User Group Presentation

    SQL User Group – November 20th 2015

    [UPDATE] Thank you to everyone who attended the meeting. I hope you enjoyed your time and learned something! The slides can be found here: Nashville SQL Server User Group 11/20/2015 Congrats to Nick for winning the swag! @DanielGlenn @nashsql SQL config for Sharepoint. pic.twitter.com/6vKa2b48gs — Nick Koch (@KochaKola) November 20, 2015 ———————————————————————————————————————- I am honored to be asked to speak at the November 20th Nashville SQL Server User Group. The meeting starts at 12 noon and I will be presenting “Tuning SQL Server for SharePoint”. I will covering the best practices for SQL Server when it is used for SharePoint as well as doing a live SharePoint Server 2016 Technical…

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    Kangaroo PC Setup and Initial Thoughts

    Since the Kangaroo PC was announced in June 2015, I have looked forward to being able to put it through its paces. Quite a few hardware manufacturers have played around with the idea of a small device that can be used as an entertainment device in the home. The Kangaroo press releases seemed to point to using the Kangaroo as an interface into entertainment, with your television being using to view the content. I also wanted to see if it could be used as a type of thin-PC, possibly for those who don’t want to deal with a larger machine or a cheap alternative for schools. According to the Kangaroo website, the Kangaroo…