I just passed 70-630 this morning! I got a 947 out of 1000. J 70-630 is the certification exam for MOSS installation and Configuration. I like using practice exams as the final part of my study efforts, but I found Continue reading I passed 70-630!
A client of mine came to me today pointing out that when he opened a document library in Windows Explorer, only a few pieces of metadata are displayed such as the filename and modified date. He wanted to see the Continue reading Exposing More Columns in Explorer View
Way back when the first Web browser, Mosaic, was just being born at NCSA at the University of Illinois, I was in college as well, and was running Linux. I was into Unix Shell scripting – csh, ksh, zsh, etc. Continue reading Using PowerShell for MOSS application deployment testing