Speaking at SPTechCon Boston 2010

    I’m happy to announce that I’ll be speaking at SPTechCon Boston 2010 this upcoming October 20-22.  The presentation I will be giving is titled “Real World Deployment of SharePoint 2007 Solutions” and below is the session abstract.  I’m very excited to be speaking at SPTechCon Boston as I attended and live blogged the recent SPTechCon San Francisco this past Feb (link here to recap of that event) and was impressed with all of the people and content I was exposed to.  If you have a chance to attend SPTechCon Boston I would highly encourage it.  Also on a side note you may notice the nice badge that the SPTechCon organizers provided on the right hand side of my blog.  Look forward to seeing you there if you’re attending.

 

Title: Real-World Deployment of SharePoint 2007 Solutions

Audience and Level: IT Admin, Intermediate

Abstract: “All I have to do is run some STSADM commands to deploy my SharePoint solutions, right?” If you are saying that to yourself, then you are missing out on some of the more advanced processes you can employ to deploy and maintain your SharePoint solutions and farm. In this session, we will cover lessons learned from three years of deploying and automating SharePoint solutions. This will include using a combination of STSADM, PowerShell, SharePoint API and a number of other tools in a real-world situation to deploy an entire suite of custom SharePoint solutions. This session is targeted to farm administrators and developers. Prior experience with SharePoint solutions, STSADM and minimal PowerShell experience is suggested.

 

      -Frog Out

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