Welcome to the Microsoft Insider Blog

Welcome to the new Microsoft Insider Blog. My Name is Paul Stubbs and I am a SharePoint Technical Evangelist at Microsoft. In this blog we will talk about all things SharePoint and Office and the developer ecosystem that surrounds these vast products. I will attempt to keep you in the loop with all of the happenings on the SharePoint product team and here on the Microsoft campus in Redmond. Before we get started I just want to tell you a little about myself by including my standard bio.
 

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Paul Stubbs is a Microsoft Technical Evangelist for SharePoint and Office, where he focuses on information worker development community around SharePoint and Office, Silverlight, and Web 2.0 social networking. He has authored three books on solution development using Microsoft Office, SharePoint and Silverlight, several articles for MSDN Magazine, and has also spoken at Microsoft Tech-Ed, PDC, SharePoint Conference, DevConnections and Tech-Ready conferences. Paul has also worked as a Senior Program Manager with the Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO) team in Redmond, Washington. Paul is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and has received Microsoft Certified Applications Developer (MCAD) and Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) certifications. Paul also frequently participates in the developer community on the Microsoft forums. Visit Paul’s blog at blogs.msdn.com/pstubbs for lots of deep SharePoint developer information.


 

Ok all this really says is that I love SharePoint and I love to talk about it and write about it.

Here are some of my past writings:

http://www.sharepointproconnections.com/author/1913/PaulStubbs.aspx

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/ee532098.aspx?sdmr=PaulStubbs&sdmi=authors

Let's get started. We have a ton to talk about.

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