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This is the time of year where people look on the previous year and decide how to proceed the with the upcoming year. This is also time for new fiscal years for many organizations and this brings fresh training budgets with it. The combination of these two situations make it an ideal time to set some training goals for the next year. There are many different options to choose from when it comes to ways to use training budgets. From individual training sessions to larger conferences. If you are looking for a conference where Microsoft is present and where the content is presented by Microsoft employees and MVPs the options are little more limited. Microsoft is heavily involved with only two conferences, Microsoft Ignite and the SharePoint Conference. Microsoft has setup a rather nice cadence with these two conferences. At one conference, Microsoft will announce what they have been working on and at the next conference we will most likely have most of the features that were announced or at least get a status update on them. Before the SharePoint Conference came back Microsoft put on an event to do the announcements. This is still part of the SharePoint Conference and is usually live streamed. In addition to this there are three days of general conference sessions and two days of workshops. These sessions and workshops will be provided by Microsoft employees with intimate knowledge about the products and by MVPs and RDs with real world knowledge and experience. This provides plenty of opportunities for specialized learning that meets your needs.
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Have you heard about the virtual Collab365 Global Conference 2017 that’s streaming online November 1st – 2nd?
Join me and 120 other speakers from around the world who will be bringing you the very latest content around SharePoint, Office 365, Flow, PowerApps, Azure, OneDrive for Business and of course the increasingly popular Microsoft Teams. The event is produced by the Collab365 Community and is entirely free to attend.
Places are limited to 5000 so be quick and register now.
During the conference I’d love you to watch my session called : ‘Not sure how you should React’
Microsoft has chosen React as their framework of choice for adding functionality to SharePoint. In this session, we will discuss some reasons as to why this is the case and why you should consider using React in your projects. We will go over the basics of working with React and how to get started quickly with React whether it is in Office365 or on-premise SharePoint. We will also go through how we can easily create web parts that look and feel like out of the box SharePoint functionality by using Office UI Fabric and the React samples provided by Microsoft.
If you join me, you will learn:
- Understand how to get started with React JS
- How to integrate React JS with SharePoint
- How to use the Office UI Fabric to beautify our applications
Time (in UTC) :
- Thursday, November 2 2017 12:00 AM
How to attend :
- Register here.
- At the time listed above go here to watch my session. (you can also add me to your own personal planner from the agenda.
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I recently received word that I will be speaking at SharePoint Fest in Denver for 2017. This event runs May 30th-June 2nd. There are workshops running on May 30th and June 2nd with regular sessions in between. I have been selected to present the following sessions. I’ll update this article with more details and a discount code when I receive it. Visit http://www.sharepointfest.com/Denver/index.php for more details and to register. Continue reading “SharePoint Fest Denver 2017”
I have been selected to speak at SharePoint Fest DC 2017 running from April 17th-April 20th. I really enjoy speaking at these events and I will be doing the following sessions/workshops. Please stop by and say hello if you are in the area. Go to their site if you want more information about the conference, http://www.sharepointfest.com/DC/index.php Continue reading “SharePoint Fest DC 2017”
I have been invited to present the following sessions at SharePoint Fest Seattle 2015 August 18-20, 2015. I look forward to meeting with everyone and sharing this information.
SharePoint Fest Seattle 2015 Session Abstracts
DEV 203 – SharePoint 2013 and AngularJS Lessons Learned from the Trenches
Thanks to SharePoint 2013 it is a lot easier to be able to create client based solutions. AngularJS is one of the solutions out there that allows developers to create applications very quickly through an MVC implementation.
In this session we will go over the basics of AngularJS in regards to apps, controllers, services, and views. We will create a simple application built entirely through client technologies and in SharePoint. The principles learned here can be used anywhere in SharePoint whether it is a Farm Solution in an on-premise environment or in an app on Office 365.
Come learn a lot of the pitfalls to avoid and some best practices that will help you love AngularJS as another tool in a developers tool belt.
SIA 105 – PowerShell to the Rescue, For Developers and Admins
As a developer PowerShell was one of those tools that had to be used to deploy things to SharePoint, but it is so much more. PowerShell allows the easy creation of simple or complex scripts to accomplish so many things. PowerShell can even be used to manage your SharePoint environment remotely.
In this session we will cover the basics of PowerShell and then we will dive into some concepts that will be beneficial for anyone that works with the SharePoint backend. We will cover how to use PowerShell to automate both on premise and Office 365 SharePoint environments.