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Patrick Boom is a manager at Avanade with more than 13 years of experience in developing and designing software in several languages, including C++, Java, Delphi, Perl, VB.NET and C#. During the last 10 years, he specialized more in .NET technologies with SharePoint as primary focus point.

Avanade is a global consulting company in Microsoft technology, formed in 2000 as a joined venture between Microsoft and Accenture. Currently Avanade employs more than 17.000 employees across 20 countries worldwide and has been consecutively awarded partner of the year  for multiple years by Microsoft.

Patrick acts as solution architect and technical project manager at various customers, including customers in the Resources and High Tech industries, along with customers in the Public Sector. He combines strong techinical knowledge with delivery lead skills, with a strong customer focus. He has a pragmatic approach, looking at ways to maximize potential together with customers.

Patrick’s primary interest covers Microsoft SharePoint and surrounding Microsoft technologies, like Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008/2012, windows phone 8, windows 8 and other innovations.

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  1. Hi Patrick,
    I read your blog with my appreciation. i hope you can help me. I am new to javascript and need some help with my project. I am trying to create some ECMA scripts for my project. I have an html map of europe with 39 countries marked out in hotspots. I have a SharePoint 2010 list with 3 fields; country, description, and url.

    I want to create an ECMA script to create a pop up with the country name and description when a user hovers over that country on the html map. I will be pasting this code into a Content Editor Web Part for use on my Intranet. I need to retrieve and filter the list data, then bind to the onmouseover event to trigger the pop up with the information.

    Can you help me with the script, I am new to Javascript. my HTML map code looks like this:

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