Consultant Chronicles Podcast on SharePoint Middle Tier Development

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Last week, while I was in Connecticut working with Dan Antion’s team, I was able to meet Mark Thompson (@MCTSMark) and Bill Kelly, who run the blog Consultant Chronicle. Mark and Bill are aiming to build readership amongst consultants and practitioners in the general technology space. Or, as their subtitle says “Building a community to share experiences, insights and to engage with Subject Matter Experts”.

clip_image002We sat down and recorded a podcast entitled SharePoint Middle Tier Development podcast logo, in which Dan and I responded to their questions about the topic and how Dan plans to take advantage of Middle Tier development techniques.

Listen in to hear more about why Dan and I were working together, some of my candid thoughts about SharePoint Designer 2010, how Dan and I have seen the SharePoint landscape change over the last few years, who’s getting what real work done in the Middle Tier, and find out what my wife thinks about me giving away free software.

Afterward we had a very nice dinner together in downtown Hartford, discussing all manner of things we run into working with our clients. Good food and good times.

Thanks to Dan for the photo above and Mark for the photo below, both from the recording session.



  1. great podcast! marc, keep those politically incorrect statements about IT coming! i really liked your point about how important it is that a solution looks good. dan mentioned it too; why should sharepoint be any worse than a desktop application from a UX standpoint?


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