Tag: Development

SPSEvents NYC and Social API Presentation

I’m excited to announce that my session Introduction to SharePoint’s Social APIs has been selected for the SPS Events NYC event on Saturday July 27th.  This has been a fantastic event the past few years, and I’m sure this year will be no different. 

Here is the abstract for my session:

SharePoint 2010 and 2013 offers a rich set of social capabilities that are built into the platform.  Those capabilities are available to developers through a variety of APIs so that they can be extended or leveraged in your other customizations and applications.  This session will run through the various client, server, and REST APIs available to developers.

 

We will take a close look at the APIs themselves, work through a couple of common and not so common example of leveraging those APIs, and then talk about things like performance and best practices.

If you are in the area, stop by and say hello!

SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2012 Wrap-up

SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2012 was another great event and went pretty smooth despite the challenges of a new location.  The organizers really did a great job with planning on this one!

While I was very surprised how few of the attendees had experience with FAST, I’m optimistic that over the next year or two people will see the power and flexibility it can provide users.

Here are my slides from the event. 

SharePoint Saturday New York– Wrap-up

SharePoint Saturday New York has been a lot of fun with a great set of speakers, volunteers, and attendees. 

A big thank you to everyone that sat through my presentation on Developing Reusable Workflow Features.  The slide deck is available here:  http://www.slideshare.net/nextconnect/developing-reusable-workflow-features 

And the Visual Studio project is available here:  SPBlueprints.Activities

I hope that the information was helpful!

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