Upcoming SharePoint Activities (January 2010)

In this post, I cover the upcoming SharePoint Saturday Indianapolis event and a couple of its sessions (including one of my own).

You can’t turn a corner these days without running into a SharePoint Saturday event!  At the end of this month, Indianapolis will be holding its SharePoint Saturday on January 30th.

SharePoint Saturday Indianapolis

My disaster recovery (DR) cohort-in-crime, John Ferringer, and I will be presenting “Saving SharePoint” within the event’s IT Pro track.  We’ve given the talk together a handful of times, and the session tries to communicate some of the more important concepts from our DR book, such as the importance of undertanding RPO/RTO, tools that are available for DR out-of-the-box, and more.  We’ll also be covering how the landscape will be changing a bit for DR in the upcoming SharePoint 2010 release.

One of my team members, Steve Pietrek, will also be presenting his new SharePoint and Silverlight presentation – one that I am very anxious to see.  Steve’s been doing an exceptional amount of work in “constrained” SharePoint environments recently, and he’s found all sorts of ways to bend Silverlight to his will.  I’m sure developers will walk away with some novel ideas.

As always, SharePoint Saturday events are free to the public; all they’ll cost you is some time.  Sign up today!

Additional Reading and References

  1. Event: SharePoint Saturday Indianapolis
  2. Twitter: John Ferringer
  3. Book: SharePoint 2007 Disaster Recovery Guide
  4. Blog: Steve Pietrek – Everything SharePoint/Silverlight
  5. Site: SharePoint Saturday Indianapolis sign-up on Eventbrite

Author: Sean McDonough

I am the Chief Technology Officer for Bitstream Foundry LLC, a SharePoint solutions, services, and consulting company headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. My professional development background goes back to the COM and pre-COM days - as well as SharePoint (since 2004) - and I've spent a tremendous amount of time both in the plumbing (as an IT Pro) and APIs (as a developer) associated with SharePoint and SharePoint Online. In addition, Microsoft awarded me an MVP (most valuable professional) in 2016 for the Office Servers and Services category.

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