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2011 in review

One more year has passed and looking at the stats from past year two things to notice are that I blogged less (18 compared to 26) times in 2011 compared to 2010. This is not OK and I have a couple of posts in the making but haven’t really found the time to complete them […]


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2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow. Crunchy numbers About 3 million people visit the Taj Mahal every year. This blog was viewed about 27,000 times in 2010. If it were the Taj […]

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SharePoint development is dead – long live SharePoint development

Warning! This is one of those, and I think my first, philosophical posts. As I see it there are two types of SharePoint developers (OK, maybe not but…): The pure SharePoint developer that has worked with 2001-2003 and so on. The ones that have a background in some other “CMS” (I know SP is more […]

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Avega – my new employer

Just wanted to let you all know that I´m going to leave Know IT (my current employer) after the summer to start working at Avega Group instead. My new colleagues are some of Sweden´s  best .NET/SharePoint (as well as other areas) consultants and I´m so looking forward to it. Not going to change my profile […]

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I have just created a personal codeplex project simply called This is where I´ll be posting code examples and other stuff that come from my blog. There is not much there right now but I`ll link to the source code when I distribute something new. The project will not contain any releases as […]

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Looking ahead

I´ll start this post off by saying “I´m sorry”. Sorry because my last post was almost two months ago (Dec. 9th ). The reasons for this shortage off posts has been a couple of things (lack of things to write about, a long Christmas vacation, plenty of work, etc.), nevertheless I apologize for being a […]

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WordPress vs Spaces : 1 – 0

It has been almost three months now since I moved the blog to WordPress (moved it August 6, 2009). Yesterday the new blog moved past the old one in total visits (see below). I haven´t yet regretted the decision to move here to WordPress. Some of the positive aspects have been: Better support for source code […]

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Moving from Windows Live Spaces to WordPress

After some months at Windows Live Spaces I have now decided to move my blog to a WordPress hosted blog.  The biggest reason was that I couldn’t get the flexibility out of Spaces that I wanted, in particular, page customization.  So, now I will start off with moving my old content from Spaces into WordPress and […]

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2009 starts off with a new book

OK, so during the holidays a have read an excellent book by Dino Esposito and Andrea Saltarello called Microsoft® .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise. The book addresses common issues when building software applications and an alternative/s to solving them. What I especially liked about the book was that it was divided into sections that […]

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