Speaker Session Resources (Slides, Sample Code, follow up blog posts…)Sunday, January 30, 2011 Whether or not you made it to SharePoint Saturday Hartford, here are the follow up links provided by the speakers which include slides of the presentations, sample code, blog posts, and more:
Ahmed Hafeez – Using SharePoint to Achieve Business Process Improvement (BPI) Success Andrew Babiec – The Best of Both Worlds – Connecting SharePoint to the rest of the Enterprise using BizTalk Brian Berry – OData and SharePoint 2010 Chris Bortlik – Driving End User Adoption for SharePoint 2010 Chris McNulty – Content is King – Enterprise Content Management in SharePoint 2010 Craig Pilkenton – SharePoint 2010 Metadata Management & the Term Store for Administrators Dan Stolts – Managing and Monitoring SharePoint 2010 with System Center Operations Manager Eugene Rosenfeld – Project Tracking with SharePoint – out of the box & Advanced Web Part development in SharePoint Fernando Leitzelar – JPoint (JQuery + SharePoint): Hottest Buzz Ever! Geoff Varosky – Creating Custom Actions in SharePoint 2010 Jeff Willinger – Social Computing, Social Networking, Social Portals and SharePoint 2010 Josh Kirchmeier – Web Part Development with ToolParts Kyle Donovan – Office 365 & SharePoint Online Luther Moen – Building a procurement application using InfoPath 2010, SharePoint Designer 2010, and Word Services Michael C. Pelletier – SharePoint and Azure – Every Cloud has a Silver(light) Lining Nicholas Bisciotti – SharePoint 2010 Search Driven Design Patterns: Better Portal Designs with Fewer Compromises Richard Harbridge – SharePoint 2010 Integration and Interoperability: What you need to know Rob Kerr – Leveraging SharePoint 2010’s Business Intelligence Features Russ Edelman – Traversing The Term Store Russell Morse – SharePoint Storage: Optimizing SharePoint’s SQL Resources and Delivering Real Content Lifecycle Management Sadalit Van Buren – Assess Your SharePoint Maturity with the SharePoint Maturity Model Scott Jamison – Social Computing Best Practices in SharePoint 2010 Virgil Carroll – The Business side of Upgrading: Clean-up, Shape-up and Ship-over
SharePoint Saturday Hartford is Sold OutWednesday, January 26, 2011 SharePoint Saturday Hartford is Sold Out! We have reached our capacity for this event. Please keep an eye on future events in your area by visting the main SharePoint Saturday site at http://www.sharepointsaturday.org Event DetailsMonday, December 27, 2010
New Horizons, ThirdM, and CTDOTNET are proud to host the 1st SharePoint Saturday in Connecticut. This event will be held at New Horizons Learning, 340 West Newbury Road, Bloomfield, CT 06002 on Saturday, January 29, 2011. Doors open for registration at 8AM and sessions will begin at 9AM.
SharePoint Saturday Hartford is scheduled to end at 6:30PM with three tracks: Developer, End User, and Administrator. If you have any questions about this event please feel free to e-mail us at email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you there.
Registration is onlineSunday, December 12, 2010Register for SharePoint Saturday Hartford today. We are now accepting reservations to attend this event. Sessions, Speakers, and Sponsors pages are liveSunday, December 12, 2010Check out the sessions, speakers, and sponsors pages for more information about this event.SharePoint Saturday Hartford – January 29, 2011Wednesday, October 20, 2010 We are pleased to announce Hartford’s 1st SharePoint Saturday scheduled for Saturday, January 29, 2011.