My Sessions for SoCalCodeCamp San Diego, June 23 – 24 2012

I hope to see everyone for some more Rock N Roll in San Diego. If you have the time on your schedule stop in for a couple of my sessions. these are 3 of my Favorites

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· Creating Business Intelligence SharePoint 2010, SQL2012 & Windows 8

This session will cover topics such as SharePoint 2010, with Windows 8, and SQL2012 PowerPivot, Visio Services PowerView PerformancePoint, Reporting Services, Excel Services, KPIs, and much more… and receive an 8GB Flash Drive with content. Discover why your next SharePoint environment should have SQL2012

 
 
· Developing List Definitions & Event Receivers with Visual Studio 11

This session demonstrates how to create a List Definition with a corresponding List Instance, and then attach an Event Receiver to the list to perform some tasks like rename and archive. The objective of this session is to learn how to build List Definitions, List Instances, and Event Receivers using Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 11 with a discussion on the enhancements built into Visual Studio 11. Along with how to use the Developer Dashboard in SharePoint 2010. The DEV environment is Windows 8, SQL2012, both Visual Studio 2010 /11 Beta, and SharePoint 2010
• Create a SharePoint List Definition Project with List Instance
• Customize the SharePoint List Definition and List Instance
• Add an Event Receiver
• Enable the Developer Dashboard
• Use the Developer Dashboard

 
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· Search and Enterprise Content Management – Find your content now!

How many of you have copied contents from File Shares only to find that you can still not find anything just not find it faster?

I will show with a few simple steps how to implement automatic tagging or in place tagging so you don’t have to wait for your next migration or force management to use s spreadsheet to identify every document by using Boolean search not just synonyms as part of your Term Set.

If you choose to only use the Enterprise Keyword Settings on every document library I will give you a script to enable this feature on every document library. If you choose to use your own site columns I will provide a script that will make your Content Type the primary and apply it to every document library, then show how to modify the search result refiners so that you can drill through your search results. You don’t have to wait to make search work today

Cheers,

-Ivan

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