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SharePoint Fest Denver - SharePoint Conference June 25-27 Denver, CO

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June 25-27, 2012


Colorado Convention Center


700 14th St
Denver, CO 80202


Standard (5/1 - 5/31)

2 Day Conference

Pre-Conference Workshops

Full Passport (Workshops & Conference)



2 Day Conference

Pre-Conference Workshops

Full Passport (Workshops & Conference)


Attend the SharePoint Fest - Denver, where you’ll be able to attend seminars and technical classes – taught by Microsoft Certified Trainers, Microsoft engineers and Microsoft MVPs & MCMs!


Pre-conference Workshops, Monday June 25, 2012

The optional pre-conference workshops are in two formats, full-day and half-day.  View the Workshop Agenda

Full Day Workshop 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

WS 101 - How to Effectively Plan, Manage and Control SharePoint Projects

Dux Raymond Sy - Innovative-e


Half Day Workshop 9:00 am - 12:00 noon

WS 200 - Workshop: Driving Employee Engagement and User Adoption with SharePoint

Jeff Willinger - RightPoint


Half Day Workshop 9:00 am - 12:00 noon

WS 201 - A jQuery Primer for SharePoint

Marc Anderson - Sympraxis


Half Day Workshop 9:00 am - 12:00 noon

WS 202 - Practical Tools and Techniques for the SharePoint Business Analyst or Information Architect

Richard Harbridge - Allin Consulting


Half Day Workshop 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

WS 300 - Workshop: Creating an Enterprise Class Application in SharePoint Without Code

Ira Fuchs – Microsoft


Half Day Workshop 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

WS 302 - Building Custom Navigation with SharePoint Lists, jQuery, and jQueryUI

Marc Anderson – Sympraxis


Half Day Workshop 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

WS 301 - Personal Branding 2.0

Jeff Willinger - RightPoint


Tracks / Sessions, June 26-27, 2012

View the Conference Agenda

ECM Track:

ECM101 Yes, Records Management IS Possible in SharePoint!

ECM102 A Pragmatist's Guide to Designing Enterprise Content Types

ECM104 Document Capture Solutions for SharePoint

ECM201 Migrating File Shares to SharePoint – The Why and How


SharePoint Power User Track:

PWR101 Maximize MS Project 2010 with Office365 for Project Management Success

PWR102 Case Study: When a client says, "... but don't make it look like SharePoint"

PWR103 Automating Document Capture for SharePoint

PWR104 Why SharePoint Designer 2010 is your Best Friend

PWR105 SharePoint 2010: A common platform for Intranet, Project Server, and Team Foundation Server

PWR201 Can SharePoint be Sexy?

PWR202 Creating an Enterprise Class Application in SharePoint 2010 Without Code

PWR203 Data Visualization made easier in SharePoint 2010


Composites (Workflow) Track:

WF103 SharePoint as an Enterprise Workflow Platform

WF202 No Code Solutions for Building Workflow Applications in SharePoint


Search Track:

SRC101 Why should you use FAST Search with SharePoint?

SRC201 Beyond Ten Blue Links: Why Search-Driven Applications Matter to the Enterprise


Business Intelligence Track:

BI102 Creating Interactive BI Solution with SharePoint 2010 and Microsoft SQL Server

BI104 SQL 2012 Power View in SharePoint: What's Missing and how to fix it with Open XML 2.0

BI203 SharePoint 2010 and SQL 2012 Business Intelligence


Social SharePoint Track:

SOC101 SharePoint As the Hub of an Effective Social Business Management Strategy

SOC102 Everything You Need To Know About SharePoint's Social Capabilities

SOC103 Taking Your Collaboration and Social Intranet to the Next Level by Driving User Adoption With SharePoint

SOC104 Let’s Get Personal

SOC202 How to drive adoption of Office365 (MS Cloud) from Outlook. A pragmatic and evolutionary approach to driving MS cloud migration.

SOC203 Panel Discussion: Creating Business Value with Enterprise Social Networking

SOC204 The Community Engagement Model: Get the most from your community and social media efforts


Special Topics Track:

SPT101 Be The "Find It" Super Hero

SPT102 Building Enterprise Applications in the Cloud using SharePoint Online and Azure

SPT103 The Prettiest Pictures Win the Funding: Ripping apart the interface of SharePoint 2010

SPT104 Streamlining SharePoint, Office 365 and the mobile experience

SPT105 Creating Internet Facing Websites with SharePoint 2010

SPT201 Creating an effective and highly developed Learning Gateway for education with SharePoint

SPT202 The 5 Deadly Sins of SharePoint in the Enterprise

SPT203 Leveraging your SharePoint 2010 implementation as an Enterprise Development Platform

SPT204 Writing Testable SharePoint Solutions


SharePoint Development Track:

DEV101 Introduction to SharePoint 2010 Development with Visual Web Parts

DEV102 Flying in the Cloud: New Ways to Develop for SharePoint

DEV103 Learn How to Build Web Templates

DEV104 Overview of the Visio Services Javascript Mashup API

DEV105 BYOD to SharePoint

DEV201 Developing Solutions with the Client Object Model

DEV202 Mobile Application Development and Integration With SharePoint

DEV203 SharePoint Data Anywhere and Everywhere

DEV204 SharePoint Solutions with SPServices

SPT204 Writing Testable SharePoint Solutions


SharePoint Infrastructure & Administration Track:

SIA101 The Steps to Effective SharePoint Governance

SIA102  SharePoint Beyond the Firewall

SIA103 Information Architecture: From small businesses to global enterprises

SIA104 Boost the Performance of SharePoint Today!

SIA105 Building an Effective Information Architecture Strategy for SharePoint 2010

SIA200 Optimizing SharePoint Performance

SIA201 The Seven Most Important SharePoint Success Factors

SIA202 10 Best Practices for Translating Requirements into a Logical IA Solution

SIA203 SharePoint 2010 Extranets and Authentication: How will SharePoint 2010 connect you to your partners?

SIA204 Optimizing SharePoint with RBS & Native Tools to Achieve Performance, Scalability, and High Availability



Join us at the SharePoint Fest Denver Conference

June 25-27 at the Colorado Convention Center

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