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    Blog: Office Hours Recording - Building SPAs with Angular for Office 365 and SharePoint

    Earlier today I participated in an open Q/A Office Hours hosted by Codementor talking about using Angular in SharePoint & Office 365 solutions. We tackled all sorts of great questions including thoughts on Angular 2.0, Aurelia, the future of CSOM vs. REST, using Angular within and outside of SharePoint Add-ins and many more. In case you missed it & you’re interested, check out the recording here: Building SPAs with Angular for Office 365, SharePoint Online & SharePoint 2013 On-Premises
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    Blog: Join me at AngleBrackets, SP Saturday Atlanta, AngularU and/or SPTechCon DevDays!

    After the last few weeks of three straight conferences, I’m not exactly thrilled to look forward to the next set of commitments I have, but here they are anyway. If you missed my talks at Build or Ignite, I’m presenting some of the same ones in just a few weeks as well as some that are closely related… AngleBrackets (Scottsdale, AZ) - May 18-21, 2015 I’ll be at the conference the week of May 18-21 in Scottsdale, Arizona presenting two fun sessions:
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    Blog: Wrap-up of my Presentations at the Microsoft Ignite Conference May 2015

    This week I presented at Microsoft’s first Ignite Conference in Chicago, IL. This was by far the biggest conference I’ve attended or been a part of coming in at around 22,000 people. The first day when I walked into the expo and saw the sea of people, I immediately thought “oh man, this isn’t my cup of tea.” It will be interesting to see how people react and what the feedback is to an event that was this big.
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    Blog: Wrap-up of my Presentations at the Microsoft Build Conference April 2015

    Last week I presented at the Microsoft Build conference which was a special treat as it was the first Build conference I’ve attended. I presented two breakout sessions… the slides and video are now online for you to watch 699 - Building Office Add-ins using Node.js Session 699 video & slides on Channel 9 In this session I showed how you can use Node.js to build websites that deliver Office Add-ins.
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    Blog: I'm Presenting At Microsoft's Ignite Conference

    On the heels of Build, I’m heading straight to Chicago for microsoft’s Ignite conference. This is the third conference Ina row after SharePoint Evolutions in London, then Build in San Francisco so you’ll have to understand why I’m only sticking around until Tuesday afternoon. To kick it off, I’m co-hosting a full day workshop with my good friend Scot Hillier on Sunday: **Office 365 Developer On-Ramp **Are you an Office & SharePoint developer looking to come up to speed on Office 365 development with modern web technologies?
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    Blog: I'm Presenting At Microsoft's Build Conference

    … and if you told me a year ago what my sessions were on, I’d tell you that you were freaking bat ** crazy. This is my first Build conference, and I’m honored to be presenting a few sessions on some edge technologies on behalf of the Office group. What tech? This week I will be talking about TypeScript, Node.js, AzureAD and Office 365 APIs to implement stand alone websites as well as Office Add Ins.
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    Blog: New Pluralsight Course - Office 365 APIs - Contacts

    This course, Office 365 APIs: Contacts, is the second in a series of courses I am publishing to the Pluralsight catalog on the the Microsoft Office 365 APIs.
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    Blog: Looking for SharePoint 2013 Developer Training? Join me in Boston in June!

    I’m bringing Critical Path Training’s SharePoint 2013 developer course, the Great SharePoint Adventure 2013, to Boston area the week of June 1 - 5, 2015. There’s no better way to get ramped up on SharePoint 2013 development than with this class. It’s also a great class for those who are new to SharePoint 2013 development as we cover everything you need to know to be productive regardless if your deployment is on-premises and have the ability to use fully trusted farm solutions or if you are only the cloud with something like Office 365 and SharePoint Online!
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    Blog: New Pluralsight Course - Office 365 APIs - Overview, Authentication and the Discovery Service

    For more information about the course, you can checkout the page on my site: Office 365 APIs - Overview, Authentication and the Discovery Service This is the first in a series of courses I am publishing to the Pluralsight catalog on the the Microsoft Office 365 APIs. The Office 365 APIs are a collection of multiple endpoints for different types of data within the Office 365 platform. These endpoints include Contacts, Calendar, Mail and Files (for OneDrive).
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    Blog: I'm Presenting at the SharePoint Evolutions Conference 2015 in London this April

    For the last few years I get to write this post and it’s so much fun each time. After taking a year off from the standard April conference and doing a roadshow through the UK that I got to participate in last summer, they are back in 2015! From April 20-22, 2015 in London you’ll find some of the best attendees, vendors, presentations, speakers & experience of any conference in the world… yup, big statement but every year they back it up.
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    Blog: Join me at Microsoft's Ignite for the Office 365 Development On-Ramp Workshop!

    Microsoft recently released some of the sessions for the upcoming Ignite conference that will be in Chicago the week of May 4-8, 2015. They also listed some folks as featured speakers & I’m humbled to be considered in this group! I’d like to think I’m just five people removed from Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella, but I think that’s because I lucked out with a name that starts with ‘A’… hey, I’m one removed from Agnes Molnar too!
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    Blog: JaxSPUG January Meeting: SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Workflow – Automate Your Business Processes

    Later this week I’ll be at the local JaxSPUG user group meeting in Jacksonville, FL to talk about workflow. This isn’t a developer session like I would normally do… this presentation is going to be for everyone. I’ll have a dab of SharePoint Designer in there, a dab of Visual Studio and we’ll see how what Microsoft has done in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 is a huge step forward.
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    Blog: I'm Presenting at THE AngularJS Conference, ng-conf, in March 2015

    In March 2015, the second annual ng-conf will be held in Salt Lake City, UT. This is an independent conference but make no mistake this is THE unofficial AngularJS conference. Just a few short months ago they had a European edition of the show. I love how they immediately post the videos of all the sessions to YouTube. You can see the videos using these two channels: ng-conf 2014 - session videos ng-europe 2014 - session videos This is one conference that I’m thrilled, humbled & terrified to be speaking at the 2015 conference next year.
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    Blog: I'm Presenting at the SPTechCon Austin, TX Conference in February 2015

    The next SharePoint Conference is SPTechCon, Austin, Texas, Feb. 8-11, 2015. Register early for the lowest price: just $1,145 for 4 days of SharePoint training if you sign up by December 5. Microsoft is rolling many of their conferences into one large event planned for May. That means the next conference dedicated to SharePoint—to helping you migrate to 2013, to helping you sort out the options with Office 365—is SPTechCon.
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    Blog: Join me in January 2015 for a SharePoint / Office 365 Workflow Infusion!

    Are you looking for some training on SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 workflows? Well look no further! I’m teaming up with Critical Path Training to deliver a two-day seminar on workflow. This is for people with even no experience with SharePoint workflows. Office 365 & SharePoint Deep Dive into Developing Custom Workflows Workflow changed quite a bit in the SharePoint 2013 release from previous versions of SharePoint. The new workflow platform is implemented with a new product called Workflow Manager 1.
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    Blog: Join me at SPLive360 Next Week in Orlando, FL!

    Next week I’m presenting a couple of sessions at the SPLive360 conference in Orlando, FL. Are you a consultant and on the bench next week? Get your boss to send you here… we’ve worked hard to line up some great speakers and content. And when you register you can attend multiple tracks like Visual Studio Live & SQL Server Live! I’m doing a workshop on Monday (Workshop: Modern Office 365, SharePoint & Cloud Development Ramp-Up) and sessions on Building SharePoint Single Page Apps with AngularJS and BreezeJS Makes Client-Side SharePoint 2013 REST Development a… BREEZE!
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    Blog: Presenting from a Mac - My Toolbox & Techniques

    Over the last year I’ve had the fun experience of riding the learning curve of spending most of my time in OS X instead of Windows. A key aspect of my professional life is conducing courses & presentations from my laptop so I had to crack this nugget pretty darn fast. There are some specific platform things I absolutely love about presenting from my MacBook Pro. I love making things full screen (which is literally full screen, even taking over the top Apple menu bar) including browser windows, slides or virtual machines and being able to use the gesture 4-finger-swipe or quickly see my desktop using the thumb+three finger pinch… you can see them all listed here: Mac Basics: Multi-Touch Gestures.
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    Blog: Using GitHub for Developer & Technical Presentations - Post Mortem & HowTo

    Leading up to the SPTechCon conference in Boston, MA, I wrote how I planned to forgo PowerPoint in my presentations and instead, rely completely on Github: Using GitHub for Developer & Technical Presentations. My plan was to simply show the presentation markdown file, but things took a turn in the right direction. Before SPTechCon I gave a session at a local event, Code Impact. That morning I ran into a friend, Tom Bates who asked what my plans were and if I was using something called reveal.
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    Blog: Check out my Interview on the Office 365 Developer Podcast

    Last week I had the opportunity to sit down with Jeremy Thake, the host of the Office 365 Developer Podcast, and chat about SharePoint workflow in on-premises & Office 365 solutions. Specifically, we talked about the different ways to create custom web services that are locked down and only respond to secured requests by SharePoint sites running either on-premises or in Office 365. OK… we actually talked about a bunch of stuff… but workflow was the real topic.
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    Blog: A Packed Schedule at SPTechCon this Week in Boston!

    This week I’ve involved in quite a few sessions, workshops and panels at SPTechCon in Boston, MA. I hope to see you at some of these events! Workshop Modern Office 365, SharePoint & Cloud Development Ramp-Up Tuesday, September 16 (9:00a - 5:00p) So you’re interested in becoming a SharePoint developer but you don’t know where to start? In this workshop I’ll get you up to speed. You might have heard the terms full-trust solutions, sandbox solutions, SharePoint apps, server-side code, client side object model (CSOM), cloud app model (CAM), REST API… what does it all mean?
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    Blog: Using GitHub for Developer Presentations

    If you came here from one of my presentations, scroll down a bit to the headings to get what you came for. As a developer at heart, like so many others, I gravitate towards code solutions and related things like source control as well as trying new things. One aspect of my job is presenting at group meetings and conferences. It would be interesting to go back and count up all the presentations I’ve delivered since my first one so many years ago.
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    Blog: Where Can We Meet Up & My Remaining Schedule for 2014

    I just finished up a big trip where I joined the SharePoint Evolutions Conference Roadshow for the 2nd half of the show and present a few sessions on SharePoint 2013 Workflows, and building SharePoint Apps using AnguarJS and BreezeJS. What a fun experience with so many great speakers and meeting many people who had not been to a SharePoint conference or community event before… at some of our stops up to 70% of the people put themselves in this camp!
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    Blog: SharePoint Evolutions Roadshow 2014 - Here I Come!

    This week I’m heading to the UK to join the SharePoint Evolutions Roadshow Conference. This conference has been going on for about a week makingi t’s way up through the southern part of England. I pickup the conference in Newcastle on Wednesday, June 18 and continue on until the end of the show into Scotland at Edinburgh, Aberdeen and then over to Ireland to Belfast and Dublin. This should be a fun conference meeting a big cross section of people interested in SharePoint & Office 365!
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    Blog: I'm Presenting at the SharePoint Evolutions Roadshow this June: England, Scotland and Ireland

    I’m very excited to say that I’m joining the traveling SharePoint / Office 365 roadshow through the United Kingdom this June! As you may know, usually every April there’s a conference in London called the SharePoint Evolutions Conference. It’s one of my favorite shows as it has some of the best speakers, attendees, content and activities. This year they elected to not schedule a show so close to the SharePoint Conference and instead created a new type of event.
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    Blog: I'm Presenting at SPTechCon in San Francisco, April 2014 - Keynote and Breakout Sessions

    We’re just a few weeks away from the next installment of SPTechCon. The next show will be in San Francisco, CA the week of April 22-25, 2014 at the and if you register before April 4th you can get a $100 Amazon gift card… make sure when you register to use the coupon code CONNELL to get a discount when registering! I love this show and will be presenting a few sessions in San Francisco on my favorite topics: WCM, workflow and apps!
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    Blog: I'm Presenting and a Keynote Speaker for SPTechCon in San Francisco, April 2014

    One of my favorite SharePoint related conferences of the year is easily the SPTechCon show that’s held twice a year. They have a show in San Francisco, CA in the first part of the year and another in Boston in the latter part of the year. This year’s San Francisco, CA show is held April 22-25, 2014 and I’ve been honored to ask to present as well as be one of the two keynote speakers at the show!
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    Blog: I'm Presenting at the SharePoint Conference 2014

    Here we go again, another great SharePoint conference in the desert in Las Vegas in just under two months time from now! The SharePoint Conference 2014 will be held at the Venetial Hotel in Las Vegas from March 3-6, 2014. It is clearly THE place to learn what’s coming down the pipe from Microsoft with everything related to SharePoint. And if you didn’t see the news that came out yesterday, the attendee party is going to be high-octane at the Las Vegas motor speedway!
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    Blog: SPLive 360 Conference - Session Wrap Up

    Last week I participated in the SP Live 360 conference in Orlando, FL. To everyone who attended, thanks for coming to a fantastic show! You know very well how great the show was and how interactive the attendees and speakers were! You can see some of the photos from the show in this album on Picasa. I had quite a few responsibilities at this show… more than any other conference I’ve participated in!
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    Blog: I'm presenting at SP Live 360 Next Week - Hope to see you there!

    Next week I’ve got quite a busy schedule at the SP Live 360 conference in Orlando, FL. The conference is packed with some great speakers & sessions so you’ll be sure to see some great stuff and walk away with some great guidance! Here’s what my schedule looks like: SharePoint Live! Keynote with Dan Holme: SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 - Big Questions, Answered Tuesday, November 19, 8:00a - 9:00a Session: Building SharePoint Hosted Apps as Single Page Apps Tuesday, November 19, 2:00p - 3:15p Session: SharePoint 2013 Workflows - Creating Custom Forms, Events & CSOM Wednesday, November 20, 4:00p - 5:15p Session: Building a Content Site Using SharePoint 2013 Web Content Management Thursday, November 21, 8:00a - 9:15a Session: Automating Biz Process with Workflows using SharePoint Designer 2013 Thursday, November 21, 9:30a - 10:45a Panel: Live 360!
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    Blog: SPTechCon Fall 2013 Boston Wrap Up

    This past week I was at the regular instance of the SPTechCon conference in Boston, MA that is always held in Boston around this time of year. I really like this show as it does a great job of having it’s own identity. For me I see this as a much more business focused conference than one where the attendees are mostly developers or IT Pros… information workers and business people dominate the makeup of the crowd.
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    Blog: I'm Presenting at DEVIntersections in Las Vegas this October

    Have you heard about the new conference this fall? DEVIntersection 2013 will be held the week of October 27-30, 2013 in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand hotel and casino. It contains a bunch of different tracks for ASP.NET, SQL Server, Windows Azure, Mobile and of course, SharePoint! I’m one of two co-conference chairmen for the conference along with Dan Holme and we’ve setup a great show of speakers and sessions.
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    Blog: I'm Presenting at VS Live 360 for SharePoint in Redmond this August

    In just a few months from now the VS Live will be in Redmond, will be held again in at the Microsoft campus in Redmond, WA. At this show I’m going to present two sessions which are: Building SharePoint Hosted Apps as Single Page Apps Unlike cloud apps, SharePoint Hosted Apps cannot have a server footprint on the SharePoint host. Instead all custom business logic is manifested and runs within the user’s browser.
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    Blog: I'm Presenting at SPTechCon in Boston this August

    In just a few months from now the annual SharePoint Technology Conference, aka SPTechCon, will be held again in downtown Boston, one of the best cities in the world. At this show I’m going to present three sessions which are: Building SharePoint Hosted Apps as Single Page Apps Unlike cloud apps, SharePoint Hosted Apps cannot have a server footprint on the SharePoint host. Instead all custom business logic is manifested and runs within the user’s browser.
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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: 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: 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.