DateDif in SharePoint

The function for calculating the difference between two dates in a calculated column in SharePoint, without counting the weekends: =(DATEDIF([Start Date];[End Date];”D”))-INT(DATEDIF([Start Date];[End Date];”D”)/7)*2-IF((WEEKDAY([End Date])-WEEKDAY([Start Date]))<0;2;0)+1

Blogging on SharePoint vs WordPress part 1

For the first time in my 5-6 years of blogging, I’m not using WordPress. I’ve been a WordPress fan since ver. 1.2 and I never used any other platform. The year 2012 is the year, where I try something else. Now I’m consolidation my 3 running blogs (in danish) to one blog (in english). and I’m trying to do do end up on a SharePoint platform. SharePoint is known for a great many things, but I don’t think tat blogging has ever been one of them. Truthfully, I’m hoping for the best but expecting the worst.

I’m a SharePoint Specialist and have lots of love for the platform. I can bend it most ways I wish. But when it comes to blogging, Microsoft haven’t really paid attention the last few years. When it comes to blogging, SharePoint is very simple. but when it comes to publishing SharePoint can be very complex.