Free InfoPath 2007 Webinar Wednesday (8/26/2009)

Thanks to all 240+ people who attended the webinar last Friday. Sorry for the last minute notice. This time I’m providing a 24 hours + notice so hopefully I won’t receive as much “feedback” as last time :-).

The free InfoPath 2007 webinar is going to be held on 8/26/2009 at 10am CDT. The webinar is titled: Create Powerful Electronic Forms using InfoPath 2007… No Code Required!

More information on the webinar is available here:


SharePoint Conference 2009 Session Topics

Going to SharePoint Conference this year? If you are ‘into SharePoint’ then I really hope so! The content will be focused on the upcoming version of SharePoint 2010 and also best practices for the current SharePoint 2007. Here’s more info and where you can register:

My friend and fellow MVP Dave Mann has put the preliminary list of SharePoint session topics on his blog. Of course, this is just a small starting list of topics. Lots more will be presented at the conference. Copying and pasting the info here as well for my blog readers:

  • SharePoint 2010 Overview and What’s New
  • Upgrading to SharePoint 2010
  • SharePoint 2010 Capacity and Performance Planning
  • SharePoint 2010 Security and Identity Management: What’s New
  • Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Office Development
  • SharePoint 2010 Ribbon, ECMAScript and Dialog Framework Development
  • Developing with REST and LINQ in SharePoint 2010
  • Upgrading SharePoint Server 2007 Code to SharePoint 2010
  • Building Composite Applications with the Microsoft Application Platform
  • What’s New in Business Connectivity Services (The Business Data Catalog Evolves!)
  • FAST Search for SharePoint – Capabilities Deep Dive
  • Advanced Dashboard Creation with Performance Point Services for SharePoint 2010
  • Overview of Visio and Visio Services for SharePoint 2010
  • SharePoint 2010 Web Content Management Deep-Dive
  • If You Build It, They Will Come – Driving End User Adoption


Check out our newly designed SharePoint Videos site ( Why a new site to serve up our SharePoint Video Tutorials…? Well, here are a few reasons:

  • Videos load Much faster on the new site
  • Full Screen Video
  • Better Categorization of Videos
  • Instant access to ALL of our Videos (current count is 81 videos) upon subscribing

We have also started to produce 2010 content now. You will find a new InfoPath 2010 video on the site. Check it out.

I would love to get your feedback/suggestions on the site. So if you have any, send it our way: Thanks!