Hard to believe that it’s only a few days remaining until SPC 2014. Wow! Thought I would take a few moments to blog about my session here.
For the past decade now, I have been very passionate about SharePoint and specifically the no-code solution building opportunities within SharePoint. It is so often that I see people doing stuff the ‘hard way’ with code that someone then will have to manage through the rest of its life-cycle. Why go through that trouble if you can get it done with the same results without code?
That’s what my session at SPC 2014 is all about (http://www.sharepointconference.com/content/sessions/SPC285). I’m doing it in tandem with Mark Gillis of Microsoft, a writer who is also very passionate about the no-code solutions story in SharePoint. The session is on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 in Lando room 4201-4303.
The speakers were asked to do a quick video to describe what they will be presenting. Mine is below if you care to watch it:
As a ‘dress rehearsal’, Mark and I did a webinar on the topic last week the recording of which is available below. We will be talking about these subject areas and more during our session. Come on by if interested!
SharePoint Fest rocks! I found that out when I first presented at the Chicago conference last year. Things that impressed me the most:
- Focus on the locality (lots of Chicagoland based folks attended)
- Great content and speakers
- Nicely organized
This conference was professionally arranged and executed. There were no networking or scheduling issues that I noticed and I heard great comments from attendees afterwards. This conference was successful in providing great content to the folks who were just not satisfied enough with the content at SharePoint Saturdays and local user groups (no offense to either since they both do the best they can).
Now this conference is coming to Denver in March 2013 and I think it’s a great opportunity to folks in that locale. I’ll be doing 2 sessions there as well. Looking forward to it. Hope to see You there!
Title: Build SharePoint 2013 Composite Solutions – all you need is a Browser!
Abstract: The possibilities are limitless when building SharePoint solutions using just the internet browser. The simple and intuitive interface makes it very easy to create robust applications. In this session, you will learn how to use the SharePoint 2013 framework of lists, libraries, pages, web parts and even apps to build powerful SharePoint solutions.
Time Slot: Thursday, November 15, 2012 - 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM
Room: Jasmine ABEF
Session Code: SPC027
As always, my hope is going to be to show you as much as possible using demonstration. I have never been a big fan of PowerPoint
SPTechCon is a conference that I have recommended to many people in the past. This is one of those conferences that caters to the whole spectrum of SharePoint users – End Users, Power Users, Administrators and Developers. There is certainly something for everyone here! I personally have presented several times at this conference and am planning to do my sessions at the July 2012 conference as well:
If you are deciding on a SharePoint conference this summer, my vote is to look into attending this one!
If and once you do decide, you can use the following coupon code to get a discounted registration price ($200 off): REHMANI
During the registration process, enter this coupon code and click Apply button at the payment screen as shown below:
The total will change to reflect the discounted price depending on when you are registering as follows:
For a Three Day Passport Registration (Three Day Passport) –
Before June, 15 2012, regular price: $1,195, discounted price: $995
Between June 15 to July 13, 2012, regular price: $1,295, discounted price: $1,095
After July 13, 2012, regular price: $1,595, discounted price: $1,395
Ultimately, only You can decide what education method works best for you and how you want to spend your training dollars. I believe in conferences being a great way to become aware of many different facets and possibilities when deciding on future business initiatives. Best wishes!
In case you are wondering where Berchtesgaden is, here is a map for it:
http://g.co/maps/mpu7w (not far from Salzburg, Austria)
Lots of great SharePoint and SQL sessions are planned for the event. If you are in that area, come and join us