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Eric Rohler
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Building Productivity using Office 365 and .NET
Building Productivity using Office 365 and .NET

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While researching ideas and how-tos for the Hack Productivity hackathon, I have continuously asked the question, how can I unlock the productivity power of Office 365? For example, how would it be possible to implement my productivity processes into…
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Each month, the Office team at Microsoft releases updates to the Office desktop software and Office 365. Jim Naroski posts a video to the Office Videos YouTube channel every month. This post is a summary of the October 2017 Office 365 Updates video and…
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WootWOOT! Visual Studio 2017 Version 15.4 Released! Yesterday we released updates to several of our products. Check out the news: http://msft.social/6MjL1d
Here's what's new:
- Visual Studio 2017 version 15.4,
- .NET Standard 2.0 in the Universal Windows Platform Support
- Visual Studio for Mac version 7.2
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Recently, I started subscribing my blog visitors to a newsletter. Also, signup below and thank you. Anyway, I started using MailChimp which is a good service and offers a Facebook Page app for free. Alas, I went ahead and integrated MailChimp into my…
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Office 365 is a vast platform and every project has a research phase to discover the best approach. This last week I have been researching development opportunities in office 365. In doing this, I found a great resource; the Microsoft Tech Academy. The…
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Introduction I use Office 365 for business and personal use. This is because I live by the notion to run my life as if it were a business and am a big proponent of efficiency and productivity. Some tools that I have used are short-term and long-term goal…
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Introduction If you’ve been following along, I am certain you have started to understand my slight frustration with WordPress. I am not sure I am going to fully abandon the application because there is a need for it. But, at the heart of my development…
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On today's Visual Studio Toolbox, Jeremy Likness talks .NET Core 2.0 & why he believes it's finally ready to go big with open source project developers, enterprises and beyond: http://msft.social/z0yKKq
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Introduction Let’s face it, in today’s information age, content is king. To put it more accurately, anyone trying to be a successful on the interwebs needs to quickly create and present great content. Therefore, content management systems (CMS) are…
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