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SharePoint Saturday Returns...
After its recent Australian successes in Sydney and Adelaide SharePoint Saturday is back, and this time it debuts in Melbourne. The follow up to its premier events takes place on November 14th and is set in Clifton's, 440 Collins St, Melbourne CBD. Currently speakers are to be announced, but I have submitted an application to run a session on Commerce Server and SharePoint, so if you are interested in SharePoint based e-Commerce, and want to touch-base feel free to catch me at this event. As ever ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 23, 2009 7:53 PM

Creating a Custom Store Locator in Commerce Server 2009
For many customers the ROI on software licences is one of the key factors when purchasing software, so when deploying an e-Commerce solution the level of return for frameworks, and CMS platforms such as Commerce Server and MOSS are quite justifiable, however it is the extra features – such as the Store Locator that is difficult spending licensing money on. The current store locator within CS 2009 is based on a commercial Microsoft Virtual Earth web-service, which is provided for non-developer used ......

Posted On Monday, September 14, 2009 8:49 PM

Developing with Commerce Server 2009 and ASP.NET
Commerce Server 2009 was the single biggest upgrade to the Microsoft e-commerce platform in nearly 10 years. A large proportion of the changes are the introduction of a single API covering the multiple business logic implementations required within an e-Commerce site. In former releases business concepts such as inventory, catalogue, order management, user profiling, and marketing had each been separated into their own domain logic and thus each had a unique API which made it difficult for new developers ......

Posted On Saturday, September 12, 2009 3:32 PM

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