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February 13
Best Practices slides & TechEd Presentation

It's been a week since I got back from the SharePoint Best Practices conference. It was a blast. I've gotten a couple of emails asking for the slides from my presentations. I think I've built up enough anticipation, so here they are.

IT320 Best Practices for Command Line Administration

This session covered using STSADM and its friends PSconfig and PowerShell to administrator SharePoint


IT324 Best Practices for SharePoint Admins, the Reluctant DBAs

This session covered some best practices on keeping your SQL servers happy.

Enjoy the slides. Leave a comment if you have any questions, or just want to tell me how cool they are. J

I also want to remind you all that I'll be presenting at TechEd this year. The most exciting session I'll be doing is the day long Governance session with my sidekick, Shane Young. Now, while Governance is a very hot topic these days, it can be a bland topic to hear about. Especially for a full day. Have no fear, Shane and I make Governance fun. If you go to this session I promise you'll learn a lot and there will not be a dull moment. Last year we gave away an Xbox and a Zune, as well as Shane making inappropriate comments about touching me. A good time was had by all.

You can find a full description of the session on the Seminars page of the TechEd site. We're Precon #15. It's not too late, so sign up today. If you sign up for the session and mention you saw it on my blog we'll give you a free hug from Shane.



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