It’s that time of year again. Planning is full speed underway, speakers and sessions have been selected, the schedule is posted, sponsors are lining up and we have registration open for the next SharePoint Saturday here in the Twin Cities, MN.
For the official event site with Session, Speaker and Sponsor information – go HERE.
For the Registration site – go HERE.
- We’ve got some great returning speakers and some exciting new presenters
- We’ve got 8 concurrent sessions planned, including a 101 (Intro to SharePoint) track, Development, IT Pro/Admin, Information Worker track and a Hands-on Lab.
- Good food, great networking, T-shirts, bags and other fun swag and give-aways
We’ve got 600 tickets open for the event. At a minimum we’re hoping for more than the 500 (sold out) registrations we had at the last event. I’m hoping we sell out again.
Sign up, tell your friends and co-workers and start figuring out your schedule for the day!
SharePoint Saturday Columbus (OH) was held a few weeks back on August 20th. The organizers did a wonderful job organizing the event and pulling everything together at a nice venue and pulled together about 130 or so attendees.
I presented my Lists: Used, Abused and Underappreciated session in the first time slot of the day, had decent attendance (25 or so) and fantastic participation throughout the session.
If you weren’t able to stick around until the last timeslot of the day, Jennifer Mason did a session on simple dashboards which was an excellent follow-up to the content introduced in my session. Check her slides out – HERE.
My apologies for the delay in getting the slides out there – I had a slight detour on my way home and was off the grid for 5 days or so – only now getting back up to speed. My slides can be found on SlideShare – HERE.
Please let me know if you have any questions!
The event formerly known as Twin Cities SharePoint Camp is back for it’s 4th iteration and has reformed itself as a SharePoint Saturday event!
Come join us on Saturday March 20th at a new location – the U of M (University of Minnesota!!) Twin Cities campus – on the East Bank in the Computer Science building. More information about speakers, sessions, maps, etc is available at the SharePoint Saturday official site.
Click here to register!
We’re also in the midst of moving, building and rolling out a new persistent site that will hold ongoing event schedules, session decks and information, be the main way to contact organizers, etc when all is said and done. We’ll update this post and send another note out when that page is done.