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1 Slides and Scripts from DogFood Conference 2014 Administrator
2 How I Use Azure IaaS for Lab VMs Administrator
3 I Contributed to the Office App Model Samples Project Administrator
4 Slides and Scripts from SharePoint Cincy 2014 Administrator
5 PowerShell Script To Determine If SharePoint List Uses InfoPath Forms Administrator
6 PowerShell Script to Limit SharePoint Site Templates Available Administrator
7 PowerShell Script to Limit SharePoint 2010 or 2013 Site Templates Available Administrator
8 Goals for 2014 Administrator
9 Goals for 2013 Retrospective Administrator
10 Guest Blog Post on Hey Scripting Guy Blog – STSADM Replacement Administrator
11 Slides from Dog Food Conference 2013 Administrator
12 Speaking at Dog Food Conference 2013 Administrator
13 Slides and Script Samples from SharePoint Saturday Columbus 2013 Administrator
14 Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Columbus 2013 Administrator
15 PowerShell Script to Workaround No Data in SharePoint 2013 Usage Reports Administrator
16 Slides from SPTechCon Boston 2013 Evolution of Social in SharePoint Presentation Administrator
17 Speaking at SPTechCon Boston 2013 and Call for Speakers SharePoint Saturday Columbus 2013 Administrator
18 PowerShell Script to Enumerate SharePoint 2010 or 2013 Permissions and Active Directory Group Membership Administrator
19 PowerShell Script to Determine Number of Files in SharePoint 2010 or 2013 Document Libraries Administrator
20 I Finished My First 5k Run Administrator
 
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