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SPC 2009 Post Conference Review
Okay, I know that I haven't posted much on the sessions as of yet, however I thought I would do that after this post. Overall the conference was outstanding. I was told that there were over 8000 people in attendance. It was really well run and the attendees were constantly doing something constructive and worthwhile. The evening events were spectacular and a lot of fun. The Microsoft folks sure know how to throw a party. I was talking to some folks that have been networking with and they asked me ......

Posted On Thursday, October 22, 2009 9:32 PM

SharePoint 2010 Overview and What’s New Session
After the keynote sessions and lunch the first set of breakout sessions kicked off. Needless to say with the session line up it was difficult to choose only one to attend. However I thought it would be wise to at least see what is new and get an overview of the platform. I got to the session a bit late, but I don't think that I missed much. Arpan Shah was the speaker and it was a packed house. One of the largest rooms I have seen so far. Easily over 300 people in attendance. Here is what I caught. ......

Posted On Monday, October 19, 2009 11:24 PM

SharePoint Conference 2009 – Keynote and First Impressions
So first impressions….. Hmmmmm…. This is BIG! First off, the conference is sold out. There has been an increase of attendance of close to 100% since the last conference. There are people here from over 70 different countries. The keynote was not what I had expected. Ballmer did a great job explaining the new vision for SharePoint and how they are starting to embrace more of what customers, developers, and IT pro's want. Some of the key areas that came up that were of importance were: Distributed ......

Posted On Monday, October 19, 2009 11:54 AM

Here we go again…
Over three years ago I ran in to a Microsoft server product that I fell in love with. It is enormous, complex, and useful in so many ways. Enormous because it solves many common business problems out of the box there isn't many competitors that can top that. Complex because there isn't just one way to solve most of the business problems with this product. Any solution that you create with the product can be as unique as the client you are implementing it for. Useful because even with all of the out ......

Posted On Sunday, October 11, 2009 11:21 PM

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