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Magenic and New Horizons of Minnesota is proud to present the first Twin Cities SharePoint Camp, a one day FREE event for both SharePoint Administrators and Developers.  The event is scheduled for Saturday, June 14 from 8:30 – 5:00 at New Horizons of Minnesota in Edina.  We see this being a bi-annual event, falling in May and November each year.

We need your help to make this event a success.  We are currently looking for speakers… topics ideas include:

· A success story presentation on the business challenge an organization was facing and the process they went through to make the implementation successful, including other tools they looked at before deciding on SharePoint

· Admins showing off a new plug-in, tool or enhancement they have used, demos of the tool and their success story using it

· Developers showing off a new feature in SharePoint that they customized, why they customized it and demos
· Admins or developers demoing a new feature in SharePoint
· SharePoint Plug-ins
· SharePoint new features
· SharePoint add-ons

Additional topics are encouraged!

Please submit session ideas to me.   All session submissions will be accepted on a first come first served basis.  We anticipate being able to fill 16 speaking slots.  We can open more slots if needed as well.

Posted on Monday, April 28, 2008 10:38 PM General Interest | Back to top

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Sounds like it might be too little, too late but here's another topic. (this is what I get for being out of town and then on jury duty at the 'wrong' time) If you've got the room, I'd love to present. I did a session on a variation of this topic at the MNSPUG a few months back and had a really good response.

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Discuss what it really means to implement SharePoint in an environment. What tools and resources are available to make your deployment a success.

If you're able to attend one of the MNSPUG meetings some time, please introduce yourself. I'd love to meet you. I may or may not be able to make it next week due to (yep, still) jury duty. :P


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