My talk at Louisville’s first-ever SharePoint Saturday yesterday went well – it was a very interactive group, and we had a pretty lively discussion about the opportunities and implications of Azure for SharePoint and our industry overall. (you can find the slide deck here). As a speaker in the first track of sessions, I helped kick off a full day of great speakers and topics that I’m sure added some much-appreciated SharePoint learning to the Kentucky community.
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Thursday, July 12, 2012
I know how upset you were when you realized you had missed my talk at SPS Atlanta last month on SharePoint & Windows Azure integration. Oh, the tear-soaked pillows and so many boxes of Kleenex. : ) But fear not! You have another chance to hear my talk, as I’ll be speaking this month at SharePoint Saturday Louisville on July 28th.
And it gets even better! As you may have heard, some new & exciting features have been announced for Azure in the past few weeks. I will most certainly be adding some incorporation of these new features into my talk.
But wait – there’s more! In addition to my talk, you also get to check out all the other great speakers that will also be in attendance at #SPSLouisville. We’re talking about a full-day of great SharePoint content – all for free!
I hope to see you in Kentucky on July 28th. Otherwise, who knows when you might ever be able to hear the Cowbell speak on SharePoint again??? (hint – August 1st; stay tuned for more self-promoting info to come) Let the countdown begin!
Friday, July 6, 2012
This is a follow-up to my article titled “Everything I Know About SharePoint Consulting I Learned from The Ghostbusters”. Once again, it speaks to general principles, but ones that certainly apply to the SharePoint consultant as well. Check it out!
Sunday, July 1, 2012
I had the pleasure of representing Improving Enterprises (Silver Sponsor) this weekend at SPS Dayton. I was thinking back on the great sessions I attended, and I realized that this time instead of taking copious notes on my tablet, I opted to take quick small notes on my phone using Evernote.
Here’s a list of some of the ideas, web links, and references that I jotted down this weekend, which I’ll be sure to research more over the coming weeks: