SharePoint Connections, Las Vegas Nov 1-4
I will be presenting 2 sessions at the up coming SharePoint Connections in Las Vegas, Nov 1-4.
- HMS01: Crash Course in SharePoint 2010 Development
- HMS10: Overview of Enterprise Content Management in SharePoint 2010
The Microsoft SharePoint team will also have a booth in the exhibitor space where we will be giving stuff away, including free training books & other great SWAG. Be sure to stop by and say hi.
We have some other great things planned for the event & I will update this post once they are finalized.
Learn SharePoint 2010 with Microsoft and SharePoint experts from the USA and Europe!
SharePoint Connections is scheduled for November 1-4 2010 at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NV. This conference offers great content for IT Professionals, developers as well as no-code solutions for business managers using SharePoint 2010.
Highlights of this three-day SharePoint event include over 45 technical sessions and keynote. Full-day pre-conference and post-conference workshops are available for an extra charge. You can see the whole line-up of sessions online at www.devconnections.com.
The conversation starts on November 1. Come to Las Vegas and participate in the SharePoint community! Meet other professionals in sessions, in the expo hall, and at conference events. This is your chance to network and make those personal connections with conference speakers, the SharePoint team from Microsoft plus our sponsors and vendors.
Learn from recognized third-party experts and the SharePoint 2010 team from Microsoft, including:
Todd Baginski, Andrew Connell, Donovan Follette, Steve Fox, Scot Hillier, Dan Holme, Chris Johnson, Chris Mayo, Michael Noel, Ted Pattison, Girish Raja, Asif Rehmani, Paul Stubbs, and others.
Bonus No Code Solutions Track
If you aren’t a SharePoint developer or SharePoint administrator but you still want to learn to use new features in SharePoint 2010, we have a whole track of sessions just for you! Our No Code Solutions track presents important, high-business-value topics that span across developer and IT pro audiences, as well as BDM/TDM, project manager, and information worker.