I’ve been in head-down mode recently preparing two new talks, which I’m looking forward to giving at the upcoming SharePoint Evolutions Roadshow here in the UK. It’s going to be a great event – pretty sure it’s the first time I’ve heard of a “roadshow” conference, but it’s a great idea! As usual for the SharePoint Evolutions event, there’s a great line-up of speakers from the UK, Europe, the U.S. and elsewhere. The roadshow visits 12 UK locations in total – I’m speaking at London and Cambridge, but many of the other speakers (including the U.S. guys) are doing LOTS of locations! Even so, no two locations will have exactly the same speakers/content, so the idea of going to more than one day works out too.
I’ll be speaking on:
An intro to the new developer APIs for Office 365 – London, June 10, 3:45pm
[This is a joint session with Wes Hackett]
Get on the bus early - come learn about the APIs and the new permissions model ("the Common Consent framework") in this code-focused session.
Modern SharePoint Development - techniques for moving code off SharePoint servers – Cambridge, June 11, 1pm
It’s not too late - convince your boss you need to attend for a day!
Since the roadshow is based around the idea of a series of one day events, it’s perhaps less of a big deal to escape from the office and clients to gain some key knowledge (than say, a 3 day conference). As you’d expect, the costs are also lower (£125 per day) and the organisers (Combined Knowledge) are even offering a “register 1, get 1 free” offer for a limited time as we close in on the event!
More info at: