Presenting at SUGDC annual users conference
I am speaking at the SUGDC annual users conference on June 27th. It should be a good event with a lot of good speakers!
My presentation isn’t on my usual development topics. I am switching it up this time and presenting on the administrative/setup track. My topic is on using Site Collections vs Sites in SharePoint. Yes, I know it doesn’t sound interesting, but I promise I will try to keep everyone interested. I do feel it is one of the most important topics to understand in SharePoint. Almost all the issues I see when I go into my clients stem from an incorrect topology and permission setup. We will cover these situations with a fictitious company walk-through to see how they messed up, what they can do to correct their mistakes and what considerations they need to make.
Below is more information on the conference as a whole:
The SharePoint Users Group of Washington D.C.’s (SUGDC) Third Annual Regional SharePoint Users Conference is taking place at the Holiday Inn Dulles June 26-27. With over 40 speakers (including keynoter Bob Mixon), 15 SharePoint software, consulting and resource exhibitors, and four thematic tracks appealing to experts and non-experts alike, this year’s conference is shaping up to be an exciting event! Anyone interested can check out the conference agenda, and pre-register at the extended early bird rate of $299.