Minneapolis, MN (November 15, 2008) - AIC assists Microsoft in the development of SharePoint guidance for architects, designers and developers.
John Daniels, AIC’s Microsoft Practice Lead for Denver, Colorado, has played a key role in advising Microsoft’s patterns and practices group on the SharePoint Guidance recently released to help architects and developers design, build, test deploy and upgrade SharePoint intranet applications.
“AIC is thrilled to see one of its experts recognized by Microsoft for his knowledge of and commitment to helping clients enhance their business performance by effectively deploying leading-edge technologies such as Microsoft SharePoint,” said Elmer Baldwin, President and CEO of AIC. “John’s involvement in developing this initial SharePoint Guidance, and his ongoing contributions to future releases, will help ensure that AIC and its practitioners across the US remain on the forefront of this technology and are leveraging best practices to minimize risk and shorten the time to implementation for our clients.”
Daniels has more than 12 years’ experience in information technology and an extensive background helping clients solve complex business issues leveraging Microsoft technologies. Daniels’ experience architecting and overseeing the deployment of real-world portal and collaboration solutions played a pivotal role in his being selected as an advisor to the Microsoft team.
“It’s an honor to be participating in this unique opportunity with Microsoft and to help create the global guidance on SharePoint solution development best practices,” said Daniels. “I look forward to continuing my work with the Microsoft team and building on the ideas outlined in this initial release.”
Microsoft’s SharePoint Guidance provides solutions to common architectural, development and application lifecycle management challenges. A copy of the SharePoint Guidance is available online through Microsoft’s Developer Network (MSDN) at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd203468.aspx.