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  1. Office 365 Developer Podcast: Episode 052 on client side dev with Mark Rackley - Office Blogs

    In this episode, Jeremy Thake and Richard DiZerega talk to Mark Rackley about client side development on SharePoint.

    http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP52_Rackley.mp3Download the podcast.

    Weekly updates

    Office 365 users gain one-click access to third-party apps

    Azure Logic Apps

    Implementing AD integration with Office 365 using a sub-domain (for dev/test) by Chris O’Brien

    Hooking SharePoint APIs with Android by Kris Wagner

    Inconvenient ADAL JS Angular with simultaneous CORS requests by Waldek Mastykarz

    Using The Force With Office 365 by Todd Baginski

    Office for Android phone is here!

    SPTechCon Developer Days Follow Up by Marc Anderson

    Got questions or comments about the show? Join the O365 Dev Podcast on the Office 365 Technical Network.

    The podcast RSS has been submitted to all the stores and marketplaces but takes time, please add directly with the RSS http://feeds.feedburner.com/Office365DeveloperPodcast.

    About Mark Rackley

    Mark is Partner and CTO at PAIT Group with more than 20 years of experience designing and developing software solutions. Mark’s daily responsibilities include forging the direction of solution architecture and development projects for clients while providing the best solutions for clients’ unique problems. As a globally recognized SharePoint geek, Mark is an active blogger, presenter, author (and bacon aficionado) who is eager to lend his real-world knowledge of SharePoint to all who need it. In addition to speaking at various SharePoint conferences, Mark is the organizer of SharePointalooza in Branson, Missouri and can be found speaking at as many Saturday events as his professional and family life will allow. Mark engages his audiences with humor, real-world stories from the trenches, and practical solutions. You can follow him on www.sharepointhillbilly.com

     

    About the hosts

    Jeremy is a technical product manager at Microsoft responsible for the Visual Studio Developer story for Office 365 development. Previously he worked at AvePoint Inc., a large ISV, as the chief architect shipping two apps to the Office Store. He has been heavily involved in the SharePoint community since 2006 and was awarded the SharePoint MVP award four years in a row before retiring the title to move to Microsoft.

    You can find Jeremy blogging at www.jeremythake.com and tweeting at @jthake.

     

    Richard is a software engineer in Microsoft’s Developer Experience (DX) group, where he helps developers and software vendors maximize their use of Microsoft cloud services in Office 365 and Azure. Richard has spent a good portion of the last decade architecting Office-centric solutions, many that span Microsoft’s diverse technology portfolio. He is a passionate technology evangelist and frequent speaker are worldwide conferences, trainings and events. Richard is highly active in the Office 365 community, popular blogger at www.richdizz.com, and can be found on twitter at @richdizz. Richard is based, born and raised in Dallas, Texas, but works on a worldwide team based in Redmond. In his spare time, Richard is an avid builder of things (BoT), musician, and lightning fast runner.

    Useful links

    Office 365 Developer Center

    Blog

    Twitter

    Facebook

    StackOverflow

    http://aka.ms/AskSharePointDev

    http://aka.ms/AskOfficeDev

    http://aka.ms/AskOffice365Dev

    Yammer Office 365 Technical Network

    O365 Dev Podcast

    O365 Dev Apps Model

    O365 Dev Tools

    O365 Dev APIs

    O365 Dev Migration to App Model

    O365 Dev Links

    UserVoice

    https://blogs.office.com/2015/07/02/office-365-developer-podcast-episode-052-on-client-side-dev-with-mark-rackley/

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  2. What are we doing about accessibility? | Government Digital Service

    The Government Digital Service (GDS) is leading the digital transformation of the UK government.

    https://gds.blog.gov.uk/2014/01/09/what-are-we-doing-about-accessibility/

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  3. Questions and Answers on One-on-Ones | Manager Tools

    In this show we continue our conversation on One-on-Ones.

    In addition to a brief review (very brief — not a substitute for listening to the previous two shows!), we review a number of questions and finer points.

    http://www.manager-tools.com/node/139387

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  4. One-on-Ones Part 3 | Manager Tools

    Mark and Mike conclude their discussion on the single most effective management tool available today - the weekly One-on-One.

    Mark and Mike updated the One on One Podcasts in 2012.

    The old podcasts have been archived and are no longer available.

    http://www.manager-tools.com/node/139385

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  5. 90 Day New Job Plan - Bosses | Manager Tools

    Our guidance on the information you need to gather on your bosses.

    Some time ago we released our 90 day new job plan. In it we promised to give more detail about the tasks that you need to do in order to be effective in your first 3 months. In this podcast we are going to cover the information you need to gather in order to begin working well with your new boss.

    https://www.manager-tools.com/2012/07/90-day-new-job-plan-bosses

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  6. One-on-Ones Part 2 | Manager Tools

    Mark and Mike continue their discussion on the single most effective management tool available today - the weekly One-on-One.

    In the podcast, we refer to both a written summary of the key points for conducting One-on-Ones, as well as a form useful for documenting your One-on-Ones.

    Mark and Mike updated the One on One Podcasts in 2012.

    The old podcasts have been archived and are no longer available.

    http://www.manager-tools.com/node/139384

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  7. Ordering Multiple Interviews - Part 2 | Manager Tools

    The conclusion of our recommendations for how to set up the order of interviews you conduct for a day of in-person interviews of a candidate. This guidance is part of our Effective Interviewer Series.

    We’re surprised at how little thinking goes into who is going to interview a candidate during a day of face to face interviews. Here are our simple recommendations.

    https://www.manager-tools.com/2013/06/ordering-multiple-interviews-part-2

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  8. Ordering Multiple Interviews - Part 1 | Manager Tools

    Our recommendations for how to set up the order of interviews you conduct for a day of in-person interviews of a candidate.

    This guidance is part of our Effective Interviewer Series.

    We’re surprised at how little thinking goes into who is going to interview a candidate during a day of face to face interviews. Here are our simple recommendations.

    https://www.manager-tools.com/2013/06/ordering-multiple-interviews

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  9. Effective Interviewer Series - Logistics Clarity | Manager Tools

    Our recommendations on how to communicate about logistics and schedules in advance of bringing a job candidate in for an interview.

    This cast is a public part of The Effective Interviewer Series of casts, which are a paid product.

    It’s far better to tell candidates exactly what to expect when they’re being interviewed.

    Many managers either try to see how candidates respond to uncertainty, or try to cover up a lack of planning.

    But clarity in advance produces higher true positives, and less false negatives.

    https://www.manager-tools.com/2013/08/effective-interviewer-series-logistics-clarity

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  10. Ending A Bad Interview - Part 2 | Manager Tools

    This guidance concludes our discussion on when and how to end an interview with a candidate you won’t hire.

    Even though many of us do plenty of work to screen candidates, there are still times where the candidate fails to meet our standards. You wouldn’t be a good interviewer if you said yes to everyone. And, to be clear, there’s no way to be so good at screening that the interview is just a formality. (Too many managers think this.)

    But what do we do when a candidate clearly has failed in the first part of an interview? What do we do when we KNOW - not think, not are pretty sure about, but KNOW - that someone will NOT get hired?

    Here’s what.

    https://www.manager-tools.com/2011/12/ending-a-bad-interview-part-2

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