What’s happening in Seattle?
Provoke Seattle opened its doors in early 2012 and 18 months on they’ve achieved some great things. Amongst a number of excellent projects including developing this very website, the talented team in Seattle can take credit for Hubb, an incredibly impressive event management tool which leverages the cloud and can effortlessly organize events attended by thousands of delegates. Check out Hubb here.
In the meantime, find out what’s keeping our Seattle animals busy at the moment:
Upcoming SharePoint Events
The Seattle team are headed up by expat Kiwi, Chris Johnson. As a former Technical Product Manager of SharePoint at Microsoft, Chris is well regarded as a SharePoint expert, hence the Bellevue office have a great foundation in SharePoint development. Hear more about what they do with SharePoint at these events.
SharePoint Saturday Redmond
Where: Microsoft Conference Center, Redmond
What: Chris has been invited to talk about Designing and Building Solutions with the Future in Mind. Want to know how to ensure you don’t develop your way into a dead end? The cat is out of the bag on the new Apps development model in SharePoint 2013. Chris will deliver insight on architecting and designing your SharePoint development projects today in order to be set up for taking advantage of this new model in the future. You’ll also get the chance to meet and chat with other Provoke Seattle team members at the Provoke stand.
More info & Get tickets: http://spsevents.org/city/Redmond/SPSRed2013/Pages/Home.aspx
Where: MGM, Las Vegas
What: Chris will be hosting a one day pre-conference workshop on SharePoint App development alongside Andrew Connell.
More info & Get tickets: http://www.looselytyped.net/2013/06/12/sharepoint-intersections-conference-mgm-las-vegas-oct-2013/
SharePoint Saturday Chicago
Where: Hard Rock Hotel, Chicago, IL
What: Provoke Seattle are hoping to be here, we’ll let you know soon, but in the meantime, more info is below.
More info & Get tickets: http://www.sharepointsaturdaychicago.com/
Publishing SharePoint Resources
If you can’t make the above events, you can still get access to the Seattle team’s thought leadership. On a weekly basis, Chris shares his insights on his popular blog. In February this year Chris also became a published author with his co-authored revision of Beginning SharePoint 2013 Development. This book addresses the major overhaul to the SharePoint 2013 platform and is a sound resource for any SharePoint developers.
Keep up-to-date with Seattle
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