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Marc is the Co-Founder and President of Sympraxis Consulting LLC, located in the Boston suburb of Newton, MA, USA. Sympraxis focuses on enabling collaboration throughout the enterprise using the SharePoint application platform.

Marc has over 30 years of experience in technology professional services and software development. Over a wide-ranging career in consulting as well as line manager positions, Marc has proven himself as a problem solver and leader who can solve difficult technology problems for organizations across a wide variety of industries and organization sizes. SharePoint CRM

Marc is the developer of the jQuery Library for SharePoint Web Services (SPServices) and The SPXSLT Codeplex Project. He is a repeat recipient of the Microsoft MVP award for SharePoint Server (2011-2014).


Jul
22
answered Can a CAML query find all documents that were ever modified by a specific user?
Jul
20
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
19
answered How do I give tasks a priority relative to other tasks
Jul
16
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
13
answered Error with /_layouts/assetportalbrowser.aspx
Jul
4
comment REST and CSOM much slower than List Web Service
Very interesting data. I suppose we'd need to run similar queries in multiple environments against different sources to be sure, but the numbers feel right based on my experience. If you think about the transformations which must occur under the covers (none of which are "free"), it makes some sense.
Jun
27
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
8
answered SPAPI_Core.js access denied
Jun
7
awarded  Notable Question
May
26
comment SharePoint 2010 edit item popup, fullscreen with jquery?
!important is evil. Find the right specific selector instead.
May
13
answered CSWP “Value of a field on the Page” Questions/Issues
May
13
comment Where to expose the data within a web part via a web service
It sounds like it is a CEWP? If you want to grab an image or something out of it, you'd still have to parse the content if you did have a Web Service to call. If you write the script right, then you can handle errors gracefully if the Web Part is no longer there or if the element(s) you expect are missing.
May
13
comment Where to expose the data within a web part via a web service
Yes, that's what I'm proposing. It really depends on what that Web Part contains. Can you be any more specific?
May
12
answered Where to expose the data within a web part via a web service
Apr
24
revised Why does my Default page's title not display on breadcrumb?
edited title
Apr
11
comment Detect Modal Dialog Close with JQuery
SharePoint has some underlying scripts that control the scroll bars in some pages. I expect that you may spend a lot of time on this for negligible results.
Apr
11
comment Detect Modal Dialog Close with JQuery
Why are you trying to do this? It seems sort of odd to me.
Apr
7
comment Looking for a customized filter webpart for sharepoint online
Can you explain what you want to accomplish?
Mar
30
answered Is it possible to change the value of “Created By” in Comments list of a blog?
Mar
26
answered Default Security Groups on Site Creation from Web Service