SharePoint Saturday Sacramento – May 31, 2014

  SHAREPOINT SATURDAY May 31, 2014 Sacramento   The Northern California SharePoint Community is proud to host the 3rd SharePoint Saturday Sacramento Join fellow SharePoint colleagues in attending over 25 sessions presented by MVPs, MCMs and other SharePoint leaders. Topics include: SharePoint 2013/2010 Office 365 / SPO Business Intelligence Case Studies Search Social & Mobile […]

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AeroWorks 30cc Extra 260 Conversion to Electric – Motor Mounted

This is the second article in my AeroWorks 30cc Extra 260 electric conversion project.  In the first article, I listed all of the electric parts I am using in the build.  In this article I show how the electric motor is installed. I mounted the electric motor in my AeroWorks 30cc Extra 260 yesterday. Here […]

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AeroWorks 30cc Extra 260 Conversion to Electric

I have been flying my AeroWorks 30cc Extra 260, 76″ wingspan, for over a year now.  I have more then 200 flights on it and absolutely love it.  Its a wonderful aircraft and can do any aerobatic maneuver you ask of it.  The only issue I have had with the airplane is the DLE 35cc […]

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T-6A Texan II – Motor Selection

To continue on with my T-6A Texan II Build Log, I am in the process of determining the appropriate electric brushless motor.  There is a lot of science around selecting the best electric motor for specific applications and, I must admit, I am still learning. This aircraft is designed for a .75 to .91 cu […]

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Northern California ARMA Seminar Panel Member

On March 6, 2014, I will be a panel member at the Northern California ARMA Seminar.  I am honored the Northern California ARMA would invite me to be a panel member and am looking forward to it. At this seminar, we will be focusing on Records Management and I have been asked to attend and […]

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First Cilantro Harvest and Process

I harvested and processed fresh cilantro from the garden today.  Once your cilantro is ready for harvesting, cut from the plant, discard and brown leaves and wash.  I then let it dry on a paper towel overnight.  Lastly, I dry my cilantro for later use.  Using this type of drying approach, the cilantro will stay […]

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100cc Extra 260 IMAC Competition Aerobatics Build

One of my favorite airplanes is the Extra 260.  I have many in various sizes.  This is my AeroWorks 100cc Extra 260; which I use in IMAC International Competition Aerobatics events. Wing Span 104 inches (8.6 feet) Wing Area 1867 Weight 27 pounds Engine 3W 110cc CS Gas, 12.8 HP Servos (9) Hitec Digital (Programmable) […]

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Planted More Beefsteak Tomatoes Today

It is a beautiful day out today so I thought I would do more thinning and transplanting. Today I planted 2 more Beefsteak Tomato plants. These should be ready to harvest in late May to mid April. More on Tomatoes… I also planted more Rosemary and Greek Basil.  These should both be ready for use […]

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Alfredo Sauce

Alfredo Sauce Author: Bob Mixon Alfredo sauce is very versatile and wonderful over fettuccini and other pasta. Use this basic Alfredo sauce over pasta and add broccoli or shrimp. ~yum~ Servings: 4 Ingredients 2 cups (1 pint carton) Heavy Cream 12 tablespoons Unsalted Butter 1/2 tablespoon Fresh Garlic, Minced 2 cups Parmesan Cheese, Grated 2 […]

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Factors that Drive the Success of Information Use

There are many factors that comprise the successful implementation of a SharePoint solution. Regardless of what it is you are building, the following key success factors apply. Ease the Pains Associated with Storing and Managing Information Provide Meaningful and Accurate Information to Consumers Promote the Agile Evolution of Information Use Governance Education Each of these […]

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SharePoint 2013 Task Management

Task Management The task management functionality available in SharePoint 2013 has many new and improved features. Features such as the ability to create sub-tasks, a new timeline view, more robust management of tasks using Microsoft Project 2013 and so on. In this article I will take a deeper look in to these new and enhanced […]

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SVSPUG: Leveraging SaaS Applications Using the SharePoint 2013 App Model, 2/20/2014

Join us at the Silicon Valley SharePoint User Group, on February 20, to learn more about SharePoint 2013 App Model development techniques.  Brian Prigge, from Ramp, will be delivering our session, discussing how to leverage SaaS applications using the SharePoint 2013 app model. This should be an interesting and informative discussion; we hope to see […]

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Happy New Year (2014)

I wanted to wish everyone a Happy New Year 2014.  I am looking forward to a good year; meeting new friends and getting some vacation time in! This is a new blog, starting in 2014, as my previous blog was deleted.  I intend on focusing on SharePoint 2013 knowledge management, document management and records management. […]

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