Monday, October 6, 2008

IndyTechFest Presentation

Last Saturday I was honored to speak at the IndyTechFest event in Indianapolis. I kicked off the well-attended SharePoint track with "SharePoint: When to Develop on a Platform." The premise of the presentation was to give guidance for when to consider SharePoint as a development platform versus developing applications from scratch or even starting with a MVC framework. The slide decks for all of the presentations will be available soon on the IndyTechFest site. I want to thank the organizers (Brad Jones, Dave Leininger, John Magnabosco and Mark McClellan) for putting on a superb event two years running and for allowing me to be a part. This event is a "must attend" for any Microsoft developer in the area.

This Wednesday (October 8) Keller Schroeder will host the Evansville SharePoint Users Group at our office at 4 pm. Presenters will summarize our top takeways from the SharePoint Best Practices Conference last month in Washington, DC, followed by our top findings from the SharePoint sessions at the IndyTechFest conference.

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