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    Blog: Join me at 365EduCon (SPFest) Seattle in May 2022 - SharePoint Framework and Azure Functions

    Join me, May 9-13 in Seattle for the 365 EduCon (SPFest) conference! I’m presenting a full day workshop & sessions for Microsoft 365 & Azure pro developers!
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    Blog: My Thoughts on Microsoft Build 2020

    Last week, Microsoft held their annual Build conference . Unlike previous years, this event was entirely online due to the current pandemic. It’s quite an undertaking switching gears just two months out from the show and taking an in-person 100% digital, especially when everyone involved is limited to collaborating virtually in today’s this work from home environment. Overall, I thought it was a good event. They got some good press from the usual players like The Verge , but also picked up some accolades in areas you don’t normally see, such as CNN !
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    Blog: Microsoft Ignite 2019 Recap

    Last week, Microsoft held their annual Microsoft Ignite conference in Orlando, Florida. I was there recording interviews for my podcast, the Microsoft Cloud Show , presenting one session on Leveraging React in SharePoint Framework solutions (recording available on that link). This year, I made time to attend a handful of sessions. Here’s a fun fact, I attended more sessions at this year’s conference than all previous four (4) Ignite conferences combined, including all sessions I’ve presented & live podcasts I’ve streamed!
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    Blog: I'm Presenting at the SharePoint Evolutions Conference 2013 Next Week @spevo13

    I love this conference! Next week the SharePoint Evolutions Conference 2013 will be held in London over the course of three days. This conference always holds the best attendees, content, speakers and discussions… it raises the bar for everyone else. At this show I’m involve in three sessions, but technically I’m really only doing two sessions Session #1: SharePoint 2013 & Workflow On Monday from 2:45p - 3:45p I’m presenting DEV204 - Workflow: Real World Workflows with Visual Studio 2012, Workflow Manager and Web Services which is described as follows:
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    Blog: I'll be Presenting at the SharePoint Shindig in Redmond, WA, May 7-9, 2013 #spshindig

    In early May I’ll present a session at the SharePoint Shindig ( #SPShindig ) May 7-9, 2013 in Redmond, WA. The event will be held on the Microsoft campus in building 37… looks like a great speaker line up! My session specifically will be for everyone, not just developers… so don’t let the title scare you off: Real world workflows with Visual Studio 2012, Azure Workflow and Web ServicesIn this session we’ll explore what’s new with workflow in SharePoint 2013 from an architecture, capability & development perspective.
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    Blog: I'll be Presenting at SPTechCon 2013 San Francisco Next Week

    Next week I’ll be in San Francisco, CA at the SPTechCon 2013 spring conference presenting a handful of sessions. Looking forward to seeing everyone! On Sunday I’ll hold a full-day tutorial / workshop on the following topic: **Building Apps for SharePoint 2013 Inside and Outside of the Firewall **Microsoft has added a new development opportunity for customers to extend SharePoint 2013 sites: the new App Model. This new development model greatly expands the things customers could do with hosted SharePoint sites, such as those in Office365.
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    Blog: Keynote Speaker - SharePoint Summit 2013 Toronto - May 13-15, 2013

    The folks at the SharePoint Summit 2013 conference in Toronto, held May 13-15, 2013 asked if I would be their keynote speaker! This is my first opportunity!
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    Blog: I'm Presenting at the Jacksonville SharePoint User Group Tomorrow (Thursday, January 17) Night

    I just realized I meant to post this last week and never did, but better late than never. Tomorrow night I’ll be presenting at the Jacksonville SharePoint User Group . The group will hold tomorrow night’s meeting at Whiskey River near the St Johns Town Center. Join us for some SharePoint 2013 goodness! SharePoint 2013 Big Picture on What’s New & What’s in Store for Devs Microsoft finalized SharePoint 2013 in late 2012 and it is now available for customers to purchase and deploy in their environments.
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    Blog: Recapping my session from the Jacksonville Code Camp

    This past weekend I attended and presented at the Jacksonville, FL Code Camp. Thanks for coming to all of you who were in attendance. A big shout out to Bayer White & his team of volunteers who did a great job putting on the event! As promised I said I’d share my slides & demo code. The slides are available from the Critical Path Training site’s Members section. To access this section you’ll need to be logged into the site.
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    Blog: I'll be presenting at SPTechCon Boston - October 20-22, 2010

    The SharePoint Technology Conference (aka SPTechCon) is heading back to Boston this coming October. I absolutely love Boston and I’m looking forward to presenting a few sessions at this show: Interacting with SharePoint off the Server: Introducing the Client Object ModelThis session demonstrates the client-object model, new to SharePoint 2010. This addition makes it much easier for developers to create custom solutions that leverage data stored in SharePoint from off the SharePoint server with a familiar API and without traditional Web Services.
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    Blog: I'll be presenting at the Tampa (June 26) and Denver (August 7) SharePoint Saturday's

    Finally hitting a bit of a stride with the SharePoint Saturday events and after a year of missing all of them, I’ll be presenting at two of them this year. Looking forward to it! First up is Tampa on June 26th… just under two weeks away. Should be a blast! Here’s my session: Silverlight for the SharePoint DeveloperWhile it was possible to build Silverlight applications in SharePoint 2007, Microsoft has made it much easier in SharePoint 2010.
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    Blog: I'll be presenting at the Puget Sound SharePoint User Group on May 20, 2010

    I’m looking forward to joining the Puget Sound SharePoint User Group as I’ve been invited to present there at their May meeting. Here are my session specifics: Interacting with SharePoint 2010 Off the Server: Introducing the Client Object ModelThis session demonstrates client object model, new to SharePoint 2010. This addition makes it much easier for developers to create custom solutions that leverage data stored in SharePoint from off the SharePoint server with a familiar API and without traditional Web Services.
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    Blog: ***FREE*** Visual Studio 2010 Launch Event - Jacksonville, FL May 11, 2010 [TOMORROW]

    JAXDUG , my local developer User Group, is putting on local Visual Studio 2010 Launch event for free on May 11 from 9a-3p. The event, hosted at the 5 Points Movie Theater , will be presented by the community on a few areas of Visual Studio 2010. Topics include: Opening the Tacklebox on Visual Studio 2010 - by Joe Healy (MSFT) Silverlight & Windows Phone 7 Development with Visual Studio 2010 - by Henry Lee Simplifying Deployments with MSDeploy and Visual Studio 2010 - by Sayed Hashimi Introduction to Functional Programming with F# in Visual Studio 2010 - by Eugene Chuvyrov I’ll be doing a session on the new tools included in the base install of Visual Studio 2010 for SharePoint developers:
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    Blog: I'll be presenting at SharePoint Saturday, Tampa, FL - June 26, 2010

    This past weekend I participated in my first SharePoint Saturday event in Philadelphia, PA but only virtually as I presented a session via Live Meeting. I’m embarrassed that was my first SharePoint Saturday… unfortunately the timing of all the prior events has just not meshed with my calendar for some reason or another. Finally it all changes on June 26th! That’s when Tampa, FL will be holding their SharePoint Saturday which I can finally commit to!
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    Blog: ***FREE*** Visual Studio 2010 Launch Event - Jacksonville, FL May 11

    JAXDUG , my local developer User Group, is putting on local Visual Studio 2010 Launch event for free on May 11 from 9a-3p. The event, hosted at the 5 Points Movie Theater , will be presented by the community on a few areas of Visual Studio 2010. Topics include: Opening the Tacklebox on Visual Studio 2010 - by Joe Healy (MSFT) Silverlight & Windows Phone 7 Development with Visual Studio 2010 - by Henry Lee Simplifying Deployments with MSDeploy and Visual Studio 2010 - by Sayed Hashimi Introduction to Functional Programming with F# in Visual Studio 2010 - by Eugene Chuvyrov I’ll be doing a session on the new tools included in the base install of Visual Studio 2010 for SharePoint developers:
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    Blog: I'll be presenting at the Jacksonville Code Camp in Jacksonville, FL (August 29th, 2009)

    I mentioned there was an open call for speakers the other day… looks like my session was picked! Hope to see you there! High Performance Solutions on SharePoint Server 2007Performance should be one of the top areas of focus on everyone’s mind when embarking on a Internet facing SharePoint Server 2007 site. In this session we’ll look at the built-in caching capabilities. Topics include object model techniques, how to properly manage memory in order to avoid the dreaded OutOfMemory exception, key sizing numbers to keep in mind when architecting your implementation and minimizing the page payload to speed up those page load times.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: February 2009 Meeting: Dazzling SharePoint with Silverlight

    Our *last* scheduled monthly meeting for a while is on Thursday, February 19, 2008. Here’s the session title and abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Dazzling SharePoint with Silverlight Silverlight and SharePoint are two up and coming technologies in the development world. SharePoint developers can create robust applications with a variety of tools, such as web parts, user controls, and workflows. Silverlight Developers can create aesthetically pleasing interfaces by harnessing the power of Expression Blend 2.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: Next Meeting and 2009 Plans

    Wanted to pass a little note about the Jacksonville Office Geeks group along the lines of our next meeting as well as plans for the rest of 2009 (and possibly further into the future). First, we’re lucky to have the big time SharePoint blogger & twitter personality, the MossLover , or Becky Isserman , coming in from Kansas City to present for our February Meeting (no meeting in January). The meeting is on February 19th, 2009 from 6p-8p… you can RSVP and get more info here: https://www.
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    Blog: REMINDER: November 2008 Meeting: Creating and Debugging Custom Timer Jobs in Windows SharePoint Services

    The Jacksonville Office Geeks is a user group / special interest group that covers developer topics surrounding the 2007 Microsoft Office System, based in Jacksonville, FL. November 2008 Meeting: Creating & Debugging Custom Timer Jobs in Windows SharePoint ServicesSharePoint introduced the concept of timer jobs, or scheduled services, that run within the SharePoint platform in WSS v3. These timer jobs are used by SharePoint for numerous things such as cleaning up old sites (aka: dead Web cleanup), sending user created alerts and disk quota warning notifications.
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    Blog: MSDN Developer Conference - Catch the best of PDC 2008 in Orlando and Atlanta!

    Miss PDC 2008 but live in the greater Orlando, FL or Atlanta, GA area? MSDN is bringing the best of PDC 2008 to you for just $99. I was blown away attending PDC 2008 and learning so much about the future of .NET and the cloud. Register today for the Orlando or Atlanta area (other cities offered as well): Orlando, FL - December 11, 2008 Atlanta, GA - December 16, 2008 ยป MSDN Developer Conference - PDC 2008 Recap
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    Blog: PDC 2008 - Day 4

    Ah… here I sit in the food court area where all the power is writing this last recap post, hanging with fellow SharePoint MVPs Spence , Andrew & Ben (only a few of us made it to this show). Kicked off the day with a session on REST & WCF where they announced the WCF REST Starter Kit . Next up I hit a pretty deep session on the Silverlight control model where the presenter was essentially going through the nuts and bolts on building reusable Silverlight controls and what’s involved in skinny and setting the states of the controls.
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    Blog: PDC 2008 - Day 3

    I kicked off Wednesday (day 3) at PDC with Spence hanging with Fitz & Steve from Nintext . Fitz took the time to show me Nintex Reporting & Nintex Workflow … two very slick products. If you’re looking for a reporting solution for your SharePoint farm (specifically getting a pulse on your deployment), you need to check it out. As for workflow… one word: WOW. I’m VERY impressed. If you’re looking for a slick workflow solution for users that provides more control and power than SharePoint Designer, but not involve developers like Visual Studio 2008, this is for you.
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    Blog: PDC 2008 - Day 2

    Day 2 brought two more keynotes and more sessions. The first keynote was awesome where we saw the new Windows 7, Visual Studio 2010 and a bit on Office. First off, Windows 7, was quite impressive. I walked away with the impression they are focused on working hard on the core and addressing some pain points with Vista. One of the coolest things I saw that SharePoint developers will like is native VHD creation & attachment.
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    Blog: PDC 2008 - Day 1

    The first real day @ PDC 2008 kicked off with the Ray Ozzie and friends keynote pimping Microsoft’s new offering: Windows Azure . There are plenty of others who’ve blogged in detail about this so if you’re interested in finding out the skinny, go check those posts out ( Sam Gentile has a good rollup post ). My take is that it is pretty much a game changer. Late in the day I went to a session that showed how to go about creating your first web application hosted in Azure.
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    Blog: PDC2008 - Day 0

    As my first PDC, I figured I’d blog a bit about my experiences. I arrived late Saturday night and headed straight to the hotel to crash. On Sunday AM I got up early to head to the LA conference center & register. Have to say I was quite taken back at how skimpy the attendee bag. Course I’m sure this has something to do with the fact that all attendees are going to get a 160GB USB drive (we don’t get to pick it up until Tuesday-Thursday for a limited 2hr window each day).
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    Blog: PDC 2008 - Here we go!

    I’m giddy… I feel like I did when I was a kid at the top of my stairs with my brother on Christmas morning waiting for my parents to give the all clear that we could race down to see what Santa left us. Two years ago when I went out on my own, I swore I’d go to PDC, but alas Microsoft cancelled it [for good reason]. Next week’s should be incredible… I can’t wait!
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    Blog: PDC 2008 Session Agenda / Timeline Posted

    I hope all Microsoft conferences do it this way from here on out. Check out how the calendar was setup: https://sessions.microsoftpdc.com/timeline.aspx There’s this cool timeline where you can see all sessions going on for a whole day in a matrix with the sessions you’ve selected colored in. Then you’ve got a list of all the sessions that day at the bottom (where you can also select them) and see their details.
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    Blog: I'm all geeked up about PDC 2008!

    With PDC 2008 around the corner, I’m all kinds of geeked up! You see, I’m a PDC virgin. I never could get approval to go to PDC at former jobs… frankly it was hard to justify it. When I went out on my own almost 2 years ago, one thing I said to myself was “I’m going to PDC no matter what” as I had no boss to check with (well, except the one at home).
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: September 2008 Meeting: Enterprise Content Management - Document Retention

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, September 18, 2008. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Enterprise Content Management - Document Retention Document retention is an important part of content management. SharePoint provides out-of-the-box support for managing document retention using the built-in expiration policy feature of the information management policy framework. The built-in expiration policy feature includes the ability to define expiration formulas based on document metadata, but there are many scenarios in which the expiration date depends on conditions external to a given document.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Code Camp Recap

    The folks who put on the Jacksonville Code Camp did one heck of a job pulling it off. They were able to, at the very last minute, switch it around to a different location due to tropical storm Fay & the fact is flooded the area of the original location. Great event! I’ve posted my sample code & slide decks to the two talks I did at the Jacksonville Code Camp on [my speaking page](https://www.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Code Camp - Saturday, August 23, 2008

    We’re right around the corner from the next Jacksonville, FL Code Camp. It’s next Saturday, August 23, 2008. If you’re going, make sure you register & check out all the great sessions & speakers @ http://www.jaxcodecamp.com . I’ll be presenting two sessions related to SharePoint: Introducing Features! A Deep Dive into the New “Feature” Infrastructure in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Structured Approach to Building SharePoint 3.0 Sites See you there!
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: status and upcoming meetings

    The Jacksonville Office Geeks is a user group / special interest group that covers developer topics surrounding the 2007 Microsoft Office System, based in Jacksonville, FL. It’s been a few months since we’ve had a Jacksonville Office Geeks (JOG) meeting. We’ve got a few reasons for this. First, its no surprise we haven’t had a great response with the JOG meetings. We’ve decided to move away from a monthly meeting schedule in an effort to possibly get a bigger attendance.
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    Blog: PDC2008 Registration Open... and I finally get to go!

    The Microsoft Professional Developer’s Conference (PDC) 2008 registration is now open. It’s in Los Angeles, CA from OCT 27-30, 2008. Register before August 15 and get $200 knocked off the price. I’ve always wanted to hit PDC… when its held I always crawl the blogs and CNET looking for the news to trickle out. Never have I had a chance as I haven’t been able to make a case to a boss to go.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: June 2008 Meeting: Adding Custom Field Types and Custom Content Types to your MOSS Installation

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, June 19, 2008. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Adding Custom Field Types and Custom Content Types to your MOSS InstallationEver wished you could use a MOSS List as a mechanism for storing business data, but found yourself limited by the built-in WSS field types? WSS 3.0 includes the ability to define your own custom field types.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: May 2008 Meeting: Understanding and Making Code Access Security Not so Intimidating

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, May 15, 2008. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Understanding and Making Code Access Security Not so IntimidatingEver dealt with that SecurityException error in the yellow-screen-of-death? That’s fun troubleshooting. The easiest way to address it is to just bump the trust level up to WSS_Medium, Full to throw your assembly into the GAC.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: March 2008 Meeting: Regulatory Compliance - Item Level Auditing in SharePoint

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, March 20, 2008. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Regulatory Compliance - Item Level Auditing in SharePointDealing with regulatory compliance issues in the midst of an ever-increasing volume of content at least requires a robust method for tracking what happens to a document as it moves through a SharePoint portal. Windows SharePoint Services includes built-in functionality for keeping tabs on the “who, what, when and where” for every document in every document library, but this functionality is not enabled by default.
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    Blog: Sarasota UG and Jacksonville Office Geeks this week

    I’ll be presenting at the Sarasota, FL user group this week on Building & Incorporating Custom Applications on the SharePoint Platform (Tuesday, February 19th, more info here ) as well as the Jacksonville Office Geeks Office development SIG on Thursday night, February 21st. The JOG session is the same one I delivered at the ODC 2008 conference last week and is currently rated the #1 session from attendee evaluations! Here are the details on the JOG talk:
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    Blog: JAXDUG talking about F# tonight

    A bit late on this, but I know some locals do read my blog so hoping to help get the message out just a little bit. The Jacksonville Developer User Group , JAXDUG, will have a talk tonight on F#, a first! F# is a functional programming language opposed to the object oriented language most .NET developers are used to. Tonight, Eugene Chuvyrov is going to give a 60-minute dive into F#:
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    Blog: JOG January Meeting Recap and two upcoming UG talks in Chicago and Tampa

    First, thanks to everyone who showed up for the JOG monthly meeting last night. I presented on the subject of Building Workflows for SharePoint Server 2007 with Visual Studio 2008 and we had a great crowd! For those who attended, I posted the slide deck on my speaking page here . Our next meeting is Thursday, February 21st on the subject of Building a High Performance Solutions on MOSS 2007… RSVP today !
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: January 2008 Monthly Meeting - Building Workflows for SharePoint Server 2007 with Visual Studio 2008

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, January 17, 2008. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Building Workflows for SharePoint Server 2007 with Visual Studio 2008 While you may be familiar with building workflows for SharePoint v3 using Visual Studio 2005, using Visual Studio 2008 provides a totally different test and debugging experience. This session will start with an introduction to workflow in SharePoint v3 and continue into building a workflow for use in SharePoint Server 2007… even utilizing InfoPath forms!
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: December 2007 Monthly Meeting - Generating SharePoint Workflow from Office Client Apps

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, December 20, 2007. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Generating SharePoint Workflow from Office Client Apps This session will take a deep dive into Workflow Markup and explore how you can generate custom workflows from any client application using the built-in websvcWebPartPages web service provided by Windows SharePoint Services. During the session, we will create a custom task pane in Microsoft Excel that generates an expense reporting workflow and attaches it to a SharePoint list.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: October 2007 Monthly Meeting - Generating Enterprise Content using Office Open XML

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, October 25, 2007. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Generating Enterprise Content using Office Open XMLOffice Open XML (OOXML) is an ECMA standard XML-based file format specification for electronic documents. In this session we will explore the OOXML format in detail and show how you can use the Microsoft SDK for Open XML to generate Microsoft Office documents from data stored in InfoPath forms and SharePoint lists.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: September 2007 Monthly Meeting - Creating Publishing Sites with MOSS 2007 Web Content Management

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, September 27, 2007. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Creating Publishing Sites with MOSS 2007 Web Content ManagementThis session provides an overview of the new Web Content Management features in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. Understand the Web page model and how it takes advantage of common SharePoint features to deliver rich Web pages.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Code Camp 2007 - August 25th - More SharePoint!

    Mow the yard? Paint the mailbox? Wash the dog? These are all things you could do on Saturday, August 25th, 2007 if you live in the greater Jacksonville, FL area, but wouldn’t you rather be at the JAX Code Camp? Next Saturday (AUG-25) JAXDUG is hosting yet another all-day Code Camp in downtown Jacksonville, FL at the FCCJ Advanced Technology Center . Like other Code Camps, this one is completely free with tons of great sessions by great regional speakers… not to mention a bunch of freebies to give away!
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: August 2007 Monthly Meeting - Building Reusable CAML Queries in C# using CAML.NET

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, August 23, 2007. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Building Reusable CAML Queries in C# using CAML.NET The power of CAML lies in its flexibility, but that flexibility comes at the cost of lost productivity due to the inherently brittle nature of the CAML language and the difficulty of reusing prior work.
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    Blog: Tampa Code Camp - July 14th, 2007

    It’s time for yet another Florida code camp… this time it’s Tampa’s turn. The Tampa Code Camp is next week, Saturday, July 14th at the St. Petersburg College in Largo, FL . Looks like there are tons of great speakers with some great topics including Workflow Foundation and Silverlight. I see that there are two SharePoint sessions, one by Tampa local Ted Pattison. Very cool! I unfortunately won’t make the Tampa Code Camp for the first time.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: July 2007 Monthly Meeting - Introduction to SharePoint v3 Development

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, July 19th, 2007. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Overview of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for DevelopersEver wondered what opportunities exist for developers within Windows SharePoint Services v3? In this session you will see all the different options available to SharePoint developers such as Web Parts, event receivers, Features, solutions and custom workflows.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: June 2007 Monthly Meeting - Overview of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for Developers

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, June 28, 2007. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Overview of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for Developers What is this thing we keep hearing about called SharePoint? Come to this presentation to learn what SharePoint is all about and what it brings to the table for your organization. You’ll walk away with an understanding of what you will get in the free version of SharePoint, Windows SharePoint Services v3, as well as the enterprise version, Office SharePoint Server 2007.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: May 2007 Monthly Meeting - Overview of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, May 24, 2007. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Overview of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 What is this thing we keep hearing about called SharePoint? Come to this presentation to learn what SharePoint is all about and what it brings to the table for your organization. You’ll walk away with an understanding of what you will get in the free version of SharePoint, Windows SharePoint Services v3, as well as the enterprise version, Office SharePoint Server 2007.
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    Blog: Jacksonville Office Geeks: April 2007 Monthly Meeting - Workflow in MOSS 2007

    Our next meeting is on Thursday, April 26, 2007. Here’s the session title & abstract to help you get a better idea of what we’ll be discussing: Workflow in Office SharePoint Server 2007: Human-based workflow is fast becoming a critical component of enterprise content management systems development. Beyond the need to simply route content through an organization for review and approval, workflows are growing in complexity, touching a broad range of external systems and are driving critical business processes.
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