After a little over a month since my last blog post I’m back. The lapse in posting had several contributing factors. The biggest being that within the last month I go married and then went on a week long honeymoon to St. Lucia with my beautiful bride. (I’ll maybe put up a few pics when we get our favorites). That combined with the increased workload to make up for the time off didn’t give me a lot of time to blog. I’ve also been eagerly awaiting the Office 2010 suite of products to start working with.
So, rather than posting sever updates, I figured I would post one update that highlights what has been going one.
First, I have the SharePoint 2010 bits that I have started testing. Due to an NDA with Microsoft, I can’t talk about them other than if you want to get a peak, head over to http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/2010/Sneak_Peek/Pages/default.aspx where MS has posted 3 videos giving you a sneak peak at SharePoint 2010.
Secondly, I have also installed the Office 2010 clients. I was accepted into the Office 2010 beta program on http://connect.microsoft.com. There is no NDA in place for the clients, so there may be more posts following on that topic.
Also, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 have both RTM’d. You should expect to see them on MSDN and TechNet the beginning of August. I’ve seen several dates, so I won’t try to predict, just keep your eyes open. You can see the official Microsoft Post here.
The June Cumulative Update Package for SharePoint 2007 has also been released. Head over herehttp://sharepointben/s.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2009/07/20/june-cumulative-update-packages-ready-for-download.aspx to get the download links and more information about the update.
I read an article on The Seattle Times website that in an attempt to compete with Google Docs, Microsoft will be releasing a free web based version of Microsoft office. Read the Full Article here.
I think that’s all I have for now, stay tuned as more and more information becomes available on the Office 2010 suite of products.