Well, the cat is out of the bag. I will be speaking at the SharePoint technology conference (http://www.sptechcon.com/) in January 2009.
I will hold one of four full-day workshops on ‘Mastering the art of customizing the SharePoint User Experience’ which will be based on my article series for SharePoint Magazine, due out fairly soon, as well as some recent and rather heavy field experience.
In addition I will hold two break-out sessions, a User Experience class and a more general SharePoint developer class. The first will be focused on expanding and reviewing the workshop material, while the last class will be a new session for me, called ‘Fast track to SharePoint feature generation’ with some tips and tricks on how to speed up development time. If you are fed up writing features bottom-up then this session will surely bring you joy and happiness for years to come.
Besides having the chance to speak with yours truly there are also plenty of other great sessions and workshops. Plenty of MVPs will be there as well, along with a massively long list of other skilled presenters. You can see the entire line-up of speakers onand the classes on .
Now, naturally I look forward to doing these sessions, but so should you. SPTechCon will be a great event for anyone even if you are not a developer.
There is also an early bird pricing thing so you should make sure to sign up early to get, well, the early price.
If you have questions regarding the sessions I will hold, please let me know by comment here or by email to furuknap<[at]>gmail.com.
See you there!
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