SharePoint Conference 2011
SharePoint Conference 2011 is almost upon us. Anaheim, California is *the* place to be the first week of October for all things SharePoint. There will be more than 200 sessions covering every aspect of the technology stack from top to bottom delivered by top SharePoint experts from around the world.
I’ll be presenting two sessions at the conference, one for developers and one for administrators and architects:
SPC214 – Introduction to SharePoint Development
10/3/2011 10:30 AM
You want to start building solutions on SharePoint that require some code but you dont know where to start? Come and learn how to leverage your existing .NET skills to begin creating scalable, secure, and high-performance SharePoint 2010 applications. Take a quick tour through the creation of web parts, discover how to extend SharePoint to remote applications using the client object model, get an overview of user managed solutions using the sandbox and receive a wealth of tips and tricks from real-world scenarios. In addition, you will learn how Visual Studio 2010 makes SharePoint developoment faster, easier, and more efficient than ever before.
SPC373 – Performance Tuning SharePoint 2010
10/5/2011 9:00 AM
There are many facets of SharePoint that can be tuned to dramatically increase the overall performance of your farm. In this session, you will learn real-world performance optimization techniques for SharePoint 2010, including planning and sizing for anticipated usage, handling large numbers of concurrent users, implementing caching and compression, configuring IIS, tuning SQL server, managing large lists and resource throttling, optimizing custom code, reducing page payload and performing load and scalability testing.
Be sure to drop by and say hello – I’ll have some groovy giveaways during both sessions. As usual, there will be plenty of extra-curricular activities happening throughout the week. A few are listed below (follow the hashtag #spc11 throughout the week for breaking info):
We’ll see you in Anaheim!