Sessions at SharePoint Connections 2011

SharePoint Connections Fall 2011 is underway this week in Las Vegas. Lots of great sessions planned for the week. 15 sessions will be presented by Critical Path Training trainers altogether and there is also a couple of book signings planned for Scot H. and I in the evening. Stop by the CPT booth for more information.

Here are the sessions that I’ll be presenting:

HNC01: Make the Best use of SharePoint Designer 2010

HNC03: Create SharePoint Library forms using SharePoint 2010

HOF03: Office 365: Customize SharePoint Online with SharePoint Designer 2010

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Recording of webinar on 10/19/2011 – Using SharePoint Designer in the ‘Real World’

Presenter:
Asif Rehmani – SharePoint Server MVP, MCT – http://www.SharePoint-Videos.com

Level of presentation: 200

Session Abstract:

“My IT department says we are not allowed to use SharePoint Designer.”  This phrase is fairly common when the topic of SharePoint Designer comes up in a training, conference setting or a consulting engagement. IT departments have concerns around deploying SharePoint Designer to end users. This session provides real world use cases and guidance that covers when it is safe to let your site administrators use SharePoint Designer 2010 (and also when it’s not safe). In addition, we will discuss the different level of privileges that should be granted to different groups of people in your organization.

Audience: Designers, Subsite owners, Site Collection Administrators, Developers, IT Professionals and Power Users

You can view the recording here.

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Free Webinar on 10/19/2011 at 2pm Eastern – Using SharePoint Designer in the ‘Real World’

We’re back with another webinar (and of course as always, there is no cost to attend the webinar. All we ask is that you provide feedback at the end that can help us improve).

Presenter:
Asif Rehmani – SharePoint Server MVP, MCT – http://www.SharePoint-Videos.com

Level of presentation: 200

Session Abstract:

"My IT department says we are not allowed to use SharePoint Designer."  This phrase is fairly common when the topic of SharePoint Designer comes up in a training, conference setting or a consulting engagement. IT departments have concerns around deploying SharePoint Designer to end users. This session provides real world use cases and guidance that covers when it is safe to let your site administrators use SharePoint Designer 2010 (and also when it’s not safe). In addition, we will discuss the different level of privileges that should be granted to different groups of people in your organization.

This webinar is sponsored by SharePoint-Videos.com. During and after the webinar, we’ll take your questions and try to answer them to the best of our ability.

Audience: Designers, Subsite owners, Site Collection Administrators, Developers, IT Professionals and Power Users

Title:  Using SharePoint Designer 2010 in the ‘Real World’
Date:  Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Time:  2:00 PM – 3:15 PM EDT

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

System Requirements
PC-based attendees
Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server

Macintosh®-based attendees
Required: Mac OS® X 10.5 or newer

Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/669199656

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SharePoint Connections Amsterdam Nov 22 to 23, 2011

SharePoint Connections conference is coming back to Amsterdam once again. Register before Oct 14 to save 100 Euros. Also, there is a special 50% discount offered for students.

http://www.nccomms-events.com/sharepointconnections

I’m honored to be presenting the following sessions at the conference:

Using SharePoint Designer 2010 in the ‘Real World’

SharePoint Designer is an Awesome product. However, do you know how to use it to the best of its capability? I’ll be happy to show it to you in this session.

 

Create SharePoint Library Forms Using InfoPath 2010

The Form Library in SharePoint is there to host InfoPath forms much like the Document Library holds regular documents. Using InfoPath forms, you can create amazingly powerful forms with logic and data connections to various sources. That’s going to be the main focus of this session.

 

Office 365: Customize SharePoint Online with SharePoint Designer 2010

Want to know what you can (and cannot) do in SharePoint Online? Especially regarding SharePoint Designer. Can you use it fully to customize SharePoint Online? Come to this session to find out.

 

Create Reusable and Transportable Workflows in SharePoint Designer 2010

Workflows in SharePoint Designer are one of the most powerful feature. Reusable workflows can be published globally or even transported between environments. I’ll show you how to make it possible and what to watch out for.

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SharePoint-Videos.com presence at SharePoint Conference 2011

SharePoint turns 10 years old. Are you coming to celebrate at the SharePoint Conference?

SharePoint Conference (SPC) has been taking place every couple of years. This year’s conference officially kicks off on October 3rd. Are you going to be there?

At SPC 2009, I remember hearing that about 8,000 attendees were present (not counting the vendors and staff). This year’s show seems to be garnering similar type of attention and they’re looking forward to a Huge turnout again! [or maybe it’s partially because of the proximity to Disneyland ;-)]. Aside from the abundance of knowledge transfer that undoubtedly will take place during the breakout sessions at the conference, there are some really nice activities planned for the attendees.

SharePoint-Videos.com (SPVideos) is planning to have a good presence at the conference including the following:

  • Every conference attendee will find an informational flyer with our information and offering in their conference bags
  • We’ll be bringing 500 video tutorial DVDs (shown below) to be passed out at the conference. The videos cover several topics covered on the video tutorial DVDs we have on the site. If you would like a copy, we’ll have them available at the Wrox Publishing booth. I will also be personally passing out many of them during my sessions at SPC .
  • I’ll be available at either of the following booths: Critical Path Training, Microsoft Composites, Microsoft SharePoint Online. Come on by for a chat if you have time.

DVD we are passing out at SPC –

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Hope to see you there!

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My sessions at the SharePoint Conference

Looking forward to the upcoming Microsoft SharePoint Conference next week! I’ll be presenting the following sessions there:

SPC239 – InfoPath + SharePoint Designer + Office 365 = Forms in the Cloud!

Forms are used everywhere in SharePoint Online: Form Libraries, Document Libraries, Lists, Workflows and more. You can use these forms to create great looking layouts, implement conditional formatting and retrieve data from a variety of sources. Come see this session to learn the best ways to use InfoPath generated forms in the cloud. This session will demonstrate the similarities and differences between  InfoPath forms within SharePoint Online as compared to SharePoint on-premises. .

Start time: 10/4/2011  9:00:00 AM

 

SPC272  – SharePoint Designer 2010- A Tool for End Users?

"My IT department says we are not allowed to use SharePoint Designer."  This phrase is fairly common when the topic of SharePoint Designer comes up in a training, conference setting or a consulting engagement. IT departments have concerns around deploying SharePoint Designer to end users. This session provides real world use cases and guidance that covers when it is safe to let your site administrators use SharePoint Designer 2010 (and also when it’s not safe). In addition, we will discuss the different level of privileges that should be granted to different groups of people in your organization.

Start time: 10/5/2011  9:00:00 AM

 

Make your data come alive: 3 creative ways to visualize your data

A short 20 minutes session discussing 3 different ways to make your data come alive:

  1. Make Chart web part your friend and chart List, Library, BCS and other types of data using just the browser
  2. Use Excel Services to publish your existing Charts and Graphs from your Excel spreadsheets
  3. Conditionally format your data using List and Data View web parts – using SharePoint Designer 2010

Start Time: 10/5/2011  12:00:00 PM

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