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  • Mercury in Retrograde

    Since I'm back in New York this week and since I just last night went back to the New York SharePoint User Group for the second time, I thought I'd share the story of what happened to me the first time I came to the NYSPUG.&nbsp; The text that follows was written on November 8th in a stream of consciousness&nbsp; style and for some reason never got
    Posted to Atlanta .NET Regular Guys (Weblog) by Matt Ranlett on December 6, 2007
  • The long dark teatime of my soul

    So that title has nothing at all to do with the content of this post.&nbsp; I just happen to like the book of similar name by Douglas Adams (of Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy fame) and thought it might fit the mishmash of details I'm going to throw in here. First of all, it's been a while since I've posted anything.&nbsp; Nearly two months!&nbsp; ...
    Posted to Atlanta .NET Regular Guys (Weblog) by Matt Ranlett on November 21, 2007
  • October Atlanta Microsoft Professionals meeting - new location alert!

    Please join us on Monday, October 1 at 6:30 PM for the monthly Atlanta Cutting Edge .NET / MsPros / VB Study Group meeting. Note, for this meeting we will be meeting at Turner in midtown (1015 Techwood Drive) rather than the usual Microsoft offices. If you haven't attended meetings in the past due to location, here's your chance to let us know if ...
    Posted to Atlanta .NET Regular Guys (Weblog) by Matt Ranlett on September 28, 2007
  • Be sure to use distinct names in your SharePoint Web Applications

    If you are creating an externally accessible portal or extranet with SharePoint which uses Forms based authentication, business requirements such as Search and ECM Publishing might require you to create an intranet portal which uses NTLM or Kerberos authentication.&nbsp; To do this, you'd first create a Web Application in SharePoint, then you'd go ...
    Posted to Atlanta .NET Regular Guys (Weblog) by Matt Ranlett on September 25, 2007
  • Phew - coming to the end of a long dark tunnel

    I've been working heads down on a project for the last several months which has consumed a huge portion of my time and probably some of my hair.&nbsp; Even now, as I write this, I'm in the process of developing some stuff which was due last week, rebuilding the server which blew up over the weekend, and managing client expectations the whole ...
    Posted to Atlanta .NET Regular Guys (Weblog) by Matt Ranlett on September 11, 2007
  • Custom SharePoint List-based Membership and Roles Provider

    I've finally finished (almost) with the project that has been keeping me up late at night.&nbsp; I want to thank Doug Ware, Brendon Schwartz, Dan Attis, and Adam Buenz for all the help they gave me over the past several months while I struggled to bring this&nbsp;beast to its knees. I did some cool work so I thought I'd post it online.&nbsp; Look ...
    Posted to Atlanta .NET Regular Guys (Weblog) by Matt Ranlett on September 10, 2007
  • Weekend with patio furniture and Harry Potter

    Saturday and Sunday were definitely days.&nbsp; Not sure if they qualify as good or bad, but they were definitely days. Saturday started with Kim and I leaving the house early to get some errands done.&nbsp; One of the errands we ran was to clean up the back yard at the house we're still trying to sell (if you're looking for a 2 bedroom in ...
    Posted to Atlanta .NET Regular Guys (Weblog) by Matt Ranlett on July 23, 2007
  • Emergency update! Tonight's Geek Dinner cancelled!

    Due to circumstances beyond anyone's control, or at least due to things I don't know about, the Geek Dinner originally scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.
    Posted to Atlanta .NET Regular Guys (Weblog) by Matt Ranlett on July 12, 2007
  • Cursed

    It's beginning to feel a bit like I've been cursed recently.&nbsp; Things which should work, aren't.&nbsp; Things which other people have done successfully in the past are killing me! Example? MakeCab.exe takes a parameter which identifies whether or not to span a CAB file:&nbsp; .set DiskDirectoryTemplate=CDROM ; All cabinets go in a single ...
    Posted to Atlanta .NET Regular Guys (Weblog) by Matt Ranlett on July 12, 2007
  • Photos from the new house

    I've promised to post some photos online from the new house.&nbsp; Here you go! &nbsp; All my photos are hosted at Flickr:; Be sure to click through to read comments on each photo. &nbsp;* posting this has been a distraction from the real work I'm supposed to be doing
    Posted to Atlanta .NET Regular Guys (Weblog) by Matt Ranlett on June 28, 2007
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