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Refocusing this blog

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I will admit that I have been very silent over the last year. There are a variety of reasons, but one of the primary reasons is that the focus of my work has been evolving with the new world of the cloud.

I am still very involved in SharePoint and O365, building solutions around these products. I have also included Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms in some of the newer solutions.

A old area that has been revisited recently is custom application development. The team at my company has been involved in more projects that involve custom applications for our clients. This has given me more exposure to plenty of new technologies, patterns and ways to deliver solutions.

Finally, I have also been investigating new opportunities for solutions built in O365/Azure with the introduction of products like PowerApps (in preview), Microsoft Flow (in preview), and Logic Apps (just to name a few).

That is why I am going to be refocusing the content of this blog to some degree. There will still be content around SharePoint and O365, but you will start to see more information and details around other technologies as well.

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Author: Chris Quick

I have been a developer of web based solutions since early 2001 delivering solutions to a wide array of organizations using ASP, ASP.NET and SharePoint. I was introduced to SharePoint in 2003 when the consulting firm I worked for at the time introduced it into the workplace. I began working with MOSS 2007 as soon as Microsoft released the RTM version in November 2006. The platform was implemented at the organization I worked for in 2007 and went live in March of that year. I was tasked with the administration and ongoing development of the platform. I currently work as a SharePoint Architect with Artis Consulting, developing solutions for a wide variety of business problems. The goal of this blog is to share my discoveries developing solutions with SharePoint. I welcome your comments and feedback to any post -- and I welcome suggestions for future topics.

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