Business Productivity and Information Architecture

  • Michael Nemtsev

    Hello, my name is Michael Nemtsev and I welcome you on my blog about Microsoft technologies, Business Productivity and Information Management

    I'm a Senior Consultant in "Enterprise Services" team @Microsoft, based in Sydney, Australia, helping clients to architect solutions in Business Productivity area. I'm an Ex-MVP (2005-2011) in .NET/C# and SharePoint Server

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July 2009 - Posts

Presenting on SharePoint Saturday, Sydney

 I'm attending "SharePoint Saturday" event as a Speaker this August 8th. List of sessions is available there 

If you are not registered yet do it here and come to see us in Microsoft Sydney Office this August. Don't miss such people as Michael Noel, Greg Low and others technology experts.

SharePoint Tips and Tricks: from 40 to 50

Quick overview of the latest 10 SharePoint Tips and Tricks on our new portal


Online Store SharePoint Template for Commerce Server

I these days I was interesting to find good SharePoint template for Online Store, especially with the Commerce Server 2009 features – integration of basket, and marketing Web Parts

Finally I found “Microsoft Commerce Server 2009 Template Pack” that provide deep integration of CS2009 features in SharePoint and good CSS styling.

Microsoft went further, and provided already configured “online store VPC” with SharePoint + Commerce Server to experiment with it

SharePoint Server MVP award

After 4 years of MVP status in .NET/C#, Microsoft was kind enough to award me MVP status in SharePoint Server category, for my participation and “work” in online communities – newsgroups, blogging, “SharePoint Tips” site, publishing and speaking.

It was very tough to get into SharePoint category, and I was not sure if I will be re-awarded till the very last day, because:

  • changing MVP area was always hard (actually it took almost 2 years to achieve it, big thanks to my MVP leads)
  • SharePoint product team is not interested in new MVP members, but they considered me the right person, for some reasons :)

So, it my 5th year of MVP and 1st as SharePoint Server MVP!

Posted: Thu, Jul 2 2009 17:56 by Michael | with no comments
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