In this episode, Jeremy Thake talks to Chris O’Brien about SharePoint development.
- Outlook REST API changes to beta endpoint—Part IV
- The evolution of PowerPoint—introducing Designer and Morph
- Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices (PnP)–November 2015 release
- Announcing gulp-spsync—a Gulp plugin that syncs local files with a SharePoint site
- How to debug Office Add-in In Office clients without Visual Studio
- Debugging Office Add-ins
- Searching documents across multiple Office 365 groups with REST API
- Use a Shared folder as an Office Add-in catalog
- Building a good authentication flow in an Office Add-in
- Dissecting and validating the Exchange Identity token
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About Chris O’Brien
Chris has over 14 years’ experience working with complex projects on Microsoft technologies. He has spent a lot of time leading SharePoint delivery teams and projects, and have extensive experience as a developer and continue to do hands-on coding. He works hard to contribute to the technical communities he works in and regularly speaks at conferences and publishes articles. In the past, he has worked for Microsoft as a SharePoint field engineer.
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.
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 born, raised and based in Dallas, TX, but works on a worldwide team based in Redmond. Richard is an avid builder of things (BoT), musician and lightning-fast runner.
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