Monthly Archives: July 2017

Microsoft on a Mac: Still a second class citizen

It’s been interesting being a Mac user over the last couple of years. We’ve gone from being very much left behind compared to our fellow Windows users to pretty much feature parity. Well that’s what the marketeers would have us

Posted in musings, Office, OneDrive

Use TFS 2015 build to package your vsix extensions

As part of my currently role, I’ve been migrating from SharePoint 2010 to 2013 including moving the build/release process to TFS2015. I created some deployment scripts and some TFS build tasks to support the migration but wanted to package these as part of a build process. This post takes you through the process of using TFS 2015 to package your custom build tasks.

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Posted in TFS

My first Open Source Contribution

Ok, I think two firsts happened here, or are happening. First is that I made my first Pull Request to an Open Source project and second is that I think this is the first blog post about my thoughts on

Posted in musings