Nintex recently announced registration for their 2nd Annual InspreX Conference. This year it will take place in New Orleans from February 13th-15th.
I was able to attend the 2015 version in Las Vegas earlier this year with two of my team members. The conference was very well run and it easily exceeded all of our expectations. With the current size and scope of the Microsoft Ignite Conference, it is a nice alternative for all things Nintex. We especially found it easier to move around and have meaningful conversations with people since the audience was smaller and more focused.
The early bird registration rate is a real bargain at $695 (through October 31st). With over 50 breakout sessions and dedicated areas for interactive demos there will be plenty of opportunities to network, learn, and share. It is highly recommended for anyone working with Nintex on a regular basis!
Nintex InxpireX Info and Registration
Thank you to everyone that attended my session on using Use JSLink to deliver rich UIs and customizations. It was a fun session, and it was great to see the interest in the topic.
Code Samples: JSLink Primer Examples
And the slide deck is below…
Here is my recent presentation for the SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2016 event cover an introduction the Delve features within Office 365. I’ve found that this is a powerful feature that often goes under utilized, hopefully it can help spur some ideas on how you can leverage it in your environment!
Thank you to everyone that attended the session. There were some great questions and follow on conversations so I hope that everyone learned a lot!
Below is the slide deck from the presentation.
Thank you to everyone that attended my session Create Tailored Results w/ Custom Display Templates at SPS NYC 2014.
You can find the source display templates in the following zip file: https://mikeoryszak.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Display-Templates-SPS-NYC.zip
Below you will find the slide deck and source code for my session “Create Tailored Search Results w/ Display Templates” presented to the Triangle SharePoint User Group on 7/1/2014.
Source Code is available here.
Great first event for the crew in New Jersey. Lots of attendees and a high level of interest at the event. Thanks to everyone that attended the developer panel discussion and the my 10 Tips for Managing SharePoint Search sessions. Below is the slide deck for the session.