Seattle → Amsterdam → The Hague → Seattle (TechReady6) → SharePoint Conference 2008.
February has been an amazing month for myself and SharePoint, having the opportunity to promote the platform in Europe and discuss security and data protection with SharePoint in Seattle at TechReady6, a whitepaper published, and a birthday in between 😉. I won’t be presenting at the SharePoint Conference (I always say that and always find myself doing so), but will be present at the conference and represented during the Ask the Experts session on Wednesday, March 5th, 2008 11:00 A.M. – 1:30 P.M. Hall 4AB (Washington State Convention and Trade Center), stop by say hi and bring your questions. This is shaping up to be one of the best conferences dedicated to SharePoint Products and Technologies I can recall.
I look forward to seeing everyone there!
The Microsoft Office Developers Conference 2008 is less than one month away. The Microsoft Office Developers Conference is the premier event for both Microsoft Office and SharePoint Products and Technologies developers. Visit https://microsoft.crgevents.com/ODC2008/Content/default.aspx?p=UC3HYF to learn more or register for the event which runs between February 10th – 13th, 2008 in San Jose, CA at the San Jose Convention Center. The Microsoft Office Developers Conference 2008 will include a set of keynotes by senior Microsoft executives, five (5) technical tracks, 90 break-out sessions and hands-on labs in addition to an Executive Track where analysts, Microsoft and industry executives can learn the how and why of Office applications and their respective competive advantages.
Keep informed by subscribing to the Microsoft Office Developers Conference 2008 blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/odc2008/default.aspx.
For those internal readers attending TR6, I’ve confirmed as a speaker/presenter for the following topics (dates and locations TDB) – as dates/times and locations are finalized, I’ll make them available here.
OFC322 SharePoint Backup and Restore
OFC321 Securing SharePoint
OFCIL300 R1 and R2 Upgrading to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 from Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 *Instructor Led Lab co-presenting with Rick Taylor [You’ll enjoy this one!]
If you are in or plan to be in the Puget Sound area on November 8th, I encourage you to register for the PacWest Sales Event focused on governance in SharePoint Products and Technologies; presenters will include myself, Joel, Jim Adams, and others…for more information on registration, location, date, and details visit Joel’s blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/joelo/archive/2007/10/30/free-pac-west-sales-event-meeting-of-the-minds-governance-and-sharepoint-2007.aspx.