In a few weeks I’ll be speaking at the Unity Connect conference in Amsterdam, 17-18 November 2016. I’m looking forward to this event! There are some great speakers there such as Waldek, Spence, Dan Holme, Scot Hillier, Marc Anderson, Neil Hodgkinson and many others, and I think now is a great time to be talking about SharePoint and Office 365 – regardless of which aspect of it you work with. Certainly for developers it’s pretty good – many of us have got past the initial learning experiences of working with the SharePoint Framework (SPFX), but at the same time it’s a deep topic, and there’s lots still to learn and preferred approaches to work out.
In my session, I want to convey some of the mistakes you can easily make when getting started with SPFX. Between the coding side and the packaging/deployment side, there are definitely a few little traps in there – some articles which I think are great have been published so far, but I think it’s an evolving list and there a couple of things on my mind for sure. I’m also delivering a 20 minute “innova” session on developing a web part in the SharePoint Framework.
Here are the details of my sessions:
Avoiding common pitfalls when developing with the new SharePoint framework - Thursday, Nov 17, 13:20
INNOVA (20 minute session) : Developing a Client Web Part in the SharePoint Framework – What You Need to Know - Friday, Nov 18, 11:45
Anyway, there’s still time to register for the conference if you’re interested. Looking at the sessions and the price (€699), I think it’s a bargain personally. Go to https://www.unityconnect.com/2016/Registration to find out more