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SharePoint Saturday Helsinki 2015

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Event details: The event takes place 14th of March (Saturday) in Helsinki, Finland at a hotel named Kamppi Radisson Blu.The part of the city is called Kamppi, which is also the metro station name.

You can see the speaker lineup and sessions here: http://www.spsevents.org/city/Helsinki/Helsinki2015/speakers  

The day starts at 8:00 with morning coffee and registration. Keynote starts at 8:30 and the day runs until 6pm (18:00).

Speaker dinner is the day before, 13th of March Friday night at 6 pm at the same place!

 

Questions? Urgent matters? At any time during the event (13th-14th March) or around that time, if you have anything you need help with, ping us via email, WhatsApp or with an old fashioned phone call:

  • Mr. Jussi Roine, jussi@onsight.fi, p. +358 45 2374849
  • Mr. Jussi Mori, j.mori@peachesindustries.ch, p. +358 50 323 0766

Getting to Finland

The popular opinion seems to be that flying to Helsinki is the fastest and most efficient way of getting here. Unless you live in the Åland Islands, in which case you are better off using the ferry or the infamous booze cruises that go back and forth between Helsinki, Finland and Stockholm, Sweden.

The Helsinki airport – getting to the city

The official name is The Helsinki-Vantaa airport, and the designated call sign is HEL. No, it’s not missing an‘L’ character, we know. The “Vantaa” portion is non-decipherable even to us, native Helsinki..ians. Vantaa is a relatively small and obscure town next to Helsinki. I think we might go Clash of Clans over them and simply rename it to Helsinki, Part 2: The Country Side.

The official page for Helsinki-Vantaa airport is http://www.finavia.fi/en/helsinki-airport .The terminal map is shown here: http://www.finavia.fi/en/helsinki-airport/arriving .I think the second only Starbucks of Finland is located there, so make sure to get some coffee while on the go. To reach Helsinki from the airport, you can either take a public bus, the Finnair bus or a taxi. Public transportation buses from the airport to the city center take about 45-50 minutes. There’s also an option to take the bus first, then hop off at the first metro station and take 4 stops to arrive at Kamppi, where the hotel is located at. A bus ticket, that covers Vantaa (the obscure little town where the airport is physically located) and Helsinki(the major metropolitan area, where everything cool happens) is 5 €. You can also purchase a day ticket for12 €, allowing you unlimited travel for 24 hours. There’s no discount on return ticket, so prepare for a 10 €cost for bus + metro travel both ways.

A fine and detailed step-by-step journey with a bus and the metro is shown here: http://bit.ly/1D0OtGk. The Finnair city bus is another option, as operates on 20 minute intervals. Finnish people like punctuality and schedules, so this is a trustworthy schedule. It operates between the airport and centrail railway station, quite close to the hotel where the event takes place. This takes about 25 to 28 minutes one way.Tickets are 6,20 to 6,30 € per way, depending if you purchase a ticket in advance or from the driver.

For details on the Finnair city bus, see here: http://www.finnair.com/int/gb/information-services/at-the-airport/transportation  and the detailed schedule here: http://www.finnair.com/go/documents/PDFs/FCB_aikataulu0914_WEB_spread.pdf Finally, taking a taxi is probably slightly faster but more expensive. You can pre-book a taxi at http://bit.ly/1F7msML. The pre-quoted price is 63 €, which is flat-rate in this case. It means you’ll pay 63 €, regardless of the traffic or circumstances. Personally, I normally take the taxi if I’m in a hurry, otherwise I’ll take either bus (public or Finnair city bus)and spend the extra 20 minutes reading my Kindle.

The event venue

The venue for the event is a hotel called Kamppi Radisson Blu. The address is Runeberginkatu 2, Helsinki.You can find all the details for the hotel here: http://www.radissonblu.com/royalhotel-helsinki/location/kamppi-helsinki The hotel is located about 700 meters from the central railway station, so as long as you get there, you are set. It is right next to the metro station (1 stop from the central railway station, towards Ruoholahti-station), and very close to the heart of Helsinki. There’s also a fairly big shopping mall next to it for any urgent shopping needs: http://www.kamppi.fi/en/

We’ve negotiated a discounted price for attendees and speakers at the hotel, and they are 129 €/night (1person room) and 149 €/night (2 person room). There’s a quota of 20 rooms. You might get a cheaper rate from their web site at http://www.radissonblu.com/royalhotel-helsinki/location/kamppi-helsinki so it’s worth checking out. Typically a hotel night in Helsinki goes between 80 to 130 €/night. The cheapest hotel room is the Omena Hotel (the Omena means Apple, funny that is), which is very close to the venue as well. Their rate as of today is about 75 €/night. They have two locations nearby. See details on their site here: http://www.omenahotels.com .

Speaker facilities

We’ve secured an extra room for speakers during the conference. Wifi is available for the whole venue and upon testing it was very fast and reliable. All projectors are Full HD, with digital (HDMI in most cases)inputs. Bring your own adapters if you have a specific hardware that does not eat VGA or HDMI. We’ll aim to have a few adapters available in all rooms.

Language, money, normal stuff

Finnish people speak Finnish. It’s a fairly challenging language to learn, but once you learn it, there’s only one place in the whole world where you can speak it! Finland! Yay! Most people are also able to communicate in English, especially in the capital area. Finnish people are a bit like a Heinz Ketchup bottle: A bit hard to open up, but suddenly we kind of splash out and it’s all good from there. In case you want to communicate in Swedish, we are mostly bi-lingual due to someone from Sweden having something to do in Finland centuries ago. Jättebra, as they in Sweden. If unsure, just use English 

Money. We use the €uro and things are a bit more expensive than in most other countries. Except Norway.That place is expensive so we never visit them Norway-people. Most, if not all, places accept major credit and debit cards. In fact, I never carry any real money – just plastic, and it’s accepted widely – even the taxi and night clubs accept credit cards. Normal ATMs can be found on almost all corners of the city, so withdrawing money is not a hassle, assuming you have credit on your bank account.

Safety

Helsinki is a safe city. Normal precautions still apply: Try not to carry your wallet in your back-pocket of your jeans, since there’s sometimes that one guy with a bad haircut who pickpockets and leaves Finland the next morning on a ferry to Tallinn. Not implying anything, just that pickpockets are rare but still exist, like in any other major city in Europe. Other than that, it’s safe. People are friendly, and you get by with normal civilized manners. Police can be trusted. The same applies to grocery stores, pubs, department stores etc. People are trustworthy, and you should always get the correct change and receipt for your purchases.

Mobile data

Helsinki is very well covered with 3G and 4G mobile data, so if you have a good roaming deal, you shouldn’t miss any of your important Facebook status updates! Open Wifi connectivity exists here and there, mostly in coffee shops, lunch places and larger hotels. There’s also one operated and offered by the city of Helsinki but I haven’t seen the SSID since 2007 anywhere. Maybe it’s a myth, much like the smiling Finn. A prepaid mobile sim card can be purchased at most kiosk’s that operate under the R-Kioski brand, as well as most grocery stores. DNA, a mobile operator, offers several prepaid services: The DNA Prepaid Tablet 10 GB is 19,90 € and works for 180 days. The data is capped at 10 GB (hence, the name!). Top speed is 150 Mbps, and you can do top-up for the card at most kiosks. See (Finnish) details here: http://bit.ly/1wpPGVp DNA also offers the DNA Smart Prepaid, with 1 GB of data, unlimited SMS and MMS, and with a daily price of 0,49 €. The starting cost is 4,90 €. Saunalahti is another mobile operator, offering the Prepaid package for 4,90 € (starting fee) and 1,90 €/day for unlimited data. See details here: https://kauppa.saunalahti.fi/#!/puheliittymat/prepaid  

Most Finnish people have unlimited mobile data on their mobile phones for a flat-rate (14 €/month for4G!), so while it’s not usual, it’s probably perfectly acceptable to ask for a quick hotspot access. We don’t have a Finnish word equivalent to “please”, so a smile is all it takes 

 

Our Sponsors – Thank you!

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Weather is something between “a little snow”, sleet, rainy and “hey, we can see the sun the first time since October.” Average temperature for March in Helsinki is between +0 C..+2 C. Since Helsinki is conveniently located next to the open sea, it might be a bit windy at times, and a bit damp. Wear something that is warm enough, and does not melt in the rain. It might also be slippery, so be careful when roaming around the city in the evening.

Sauna. Not obligatory. No swim wear, so essentially you’ll be naked. It’s okay, everyone else is naked there too and nobody is judging and nobody really cares. Same-sex sauna is not common, and mostly occurs in the summer when enough people get ‘inspired’ by alcohol and the cottage sauna in the woods is simply too small to fit women and men at different times, so we all cram in there together and there’s nothing weird about it. In fact, it’s a bit uncomfortable if you ever choose to experience it, since someone is always throwing too much water on the stove, and everyone’s talking loudly for some reason. Finnish people are very comfortable in silence, in that funny way.

Well after all is said and done I cant wait to see all my friends and make many more in Finland,  checkout the city after the Speakers Dinner and the event then it’s a 16 hour flight home next week

I’m just lucky I don’t need a Visa!!!

 

Citizens from the following countries do not require a Visa when entering as a tourist and are allowed to stay for a duration of 90 days:

Andorra Argentina Australia Bulgaria
Brunei Bolivia Brazil Canada
Switzerland Chile Costa Rica Guadeloupe
Guatemala Hong Kong Honduras Croatia
Israel Iceland Japan North Korea
South Korea Monaco Macau Liechtenstein
Martinique Mexico Malaysia Nicaragua
Norway New Zealand Panama Paraguay
Romania Singapore Slovenia San Marino
El Salvador Uruguay Venezuela United States
Vatican City Réunion    

 

Cheers,

Ivan Sanders
SharePoint MVP / MCT

Blog: http://blogs.msmvps.com/ivansanders/

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RSA Web Agent 7.1.3 SharePoint WFEs Authentication with Multiple IP Addresses

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If you are unable to authenticate the after installation and configuration of the RSA WebAgent, you have downloaded the agent from EMC http://www.emc.com/security/rsa-securid/rsa-authentication-agents/iis-7-1.htm,  followed the installation instructions.

Configuration and Errors

  1. You have created and copied the sdconf.rec file to %windir%/system32 and to the C:\Program files\RSA Security\RSAWebAgent
  2. When attempting to authenticate you receive “100:Access denied. The RSA ACE/Server rejected the Passcode. Please try again.”
  3. The application Event viewer  there is an Event ID: 1012, Source: ACEClIENT “Multihomed host detected: Primary IP assumed xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx” and this is not the IP Address you are using for your Extended Web App.

The secureid file will not be created and you will not be able to authenticate

 

 

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Whenever there are multiple IP Addresses (Multi homed Servers) on a Web Server and the Default Address  is not the primary Addresses used for RSA Authentication . The RSA Agent will NOT create the SecureID file on first authentication and the request will timeout…

  1. If the SharePoint server is configured as the WFE, and you are installing the RSA WebAgent to secure external access, ensure the Local System account has read/write access for the following registry key: HKLM\Software\SDTI\ACECLIENT. This ensures that SharePoint WFE is able to write the secret to the registry.
  2. If the SharePoint WFE  has multiple IP Addresses, you will need to explicitly configure the network adapter address through which SharePoint WFE connects to the RSA Authentication Manager for authentication or authentication will fail. To do this, create a new String Value PrimaryInterfaceIP in the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\SDTI\AceClient\.
  3. Double Click on  HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\SDTI\AceClient\PrimaryInterfaceIP 
  4. Add the IP Address as the value data.  The value specified must match that set in the agent host record.

 

Don’t forget SharePoint Saturday in Utah next Saturday

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SharePoint administrators, end users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft SharePoint Technologies will meet for:

SharePoint Saturday Utah on February 28th 2015 at the University of Utah David Eccles School of Business located at 1655 Campus Center Dr. Salt Lake City, UT 84112.

 

 

 

 

Cheers,

 

Ivan Sanders
SharePoint MVP / MCT

Blog: http://blogs.msmvps.com/ivansanders/

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Utah SharePoint Saturday February 28, 2015

SPS Utah 2015SharePoint Saturday is a free community‐focused SharePoint and Office 365 event dedicated to educating and engaging members of the local technical community. This event draws upon the expertise of SharePoint IT Professionals, Developers and Solutions Architects who come together to share their real world experiences, lessons learned, best practices, and general knowledge with others. We’ve got local, national, and even international speakers lined up for some incredible sessions.

The event will run from 8:00 AM–5:30 PM, February 28th, at the University of Utah’s beautiful new Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building located at 1655 Campus Center Dr., Salt Lake City, UT 84112. Easy access to Utah’s award-winning public transit commuter rail (Trax) and bus stations is a short five-minute walk away. We’ve even arranged free parking right next to the building for our event! (See event location details.)

A light breakfast as well as a lunch will be provided (register soon so we can ensure quantity), with raffles at the end of the day. There will be six content tracks—End User, Developer, Administrator/IT Pro, Business, SQL/BI/Search, and Office 365—from which attendees may select the topics which most closely align with their job function or area of interest. Each session will last 75 minutes and range from introductory, 100‐level content to highly‐technical, 300 and 400‐level “expert” sessions.

 

We’ve got sessions and fun! Join us for #ShareSki the day before on The Greatest Snow on Earth®

(we’re praying for more of the great white stuff) or after the event for #SharePint. More information to come.For all the latest information, follow us on Twitter (@SharePointUtah or #SPSUtah), Facebook, or the SPS Events web site.

Register free today!

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University of Utah

David Eccles School of Business

Come Join us for a FREE one-day event featuring from influential and respected SharePoint professionals from around the world.

Topics that range from End User, Business Professionals, Site Owners, Architects, Administrators, and Developers.

Lunch will be provided and there will be lots of prizes to give away at the end.

For session information please click here.

 

Business Intelligence in Microsoft® SharePoint® 2013

Business Intelligence in Microsoft SharePoint 2013

Gain the skills to implement BI solutions

Take control of business intelligence (BI) with the tools offered by SharePoint 2013 and Microsoft SQL Server 2012. Led by a group of BI and SharePoint experts, you’ll get step-by-step instructions for understanding how to use these technologies best in specific BI scenarios—whether you’re a SharePoint administrator, SQL Server developer, or business analyst. My Session provides an overview of the new features available to business users and the knowledge they need to start building their own Dashboards using the tools they already know Excel to implement Business Intelligence features they may not have used previously like SQL Analysis Service, SQL Reporting Services, PowerView, PowerPivot, and Excel Services

 

I hope to see all my friends in Utah

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Cheers,

Ivan Sanders
SharePoint MVP / MCT

Blog: http://blogs.msmvps.com/ivansanders/

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Metalogix Content Matrix 7.2.0.1 PowerShell Copy Jobs “Failed to Find the main assembly”

If you have upgraded from a previous version of Metalogic Content Matrix SharePoint edition or have multiple Content Matrix editions (SharePoint, Fileshare, Blog) deployed you may receive the error “Failed to find the main application assembly” when attempting to run any of your PowerShell Copy Job Scripts. If you are not running the Metalogix copy jobs in PowerShell you will not be affected by this issue.

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Resolution

The resolution that worked for me was to uninstall Metalogix Content Matrix Consoles, Content Organizer and the Content Matrix WSPs. Open a command prompt in admin mode and run Gacutil /lr > E:\Apps\gacutil.txt to pipe the contents of the GAC to a txt file to review. In one environment I found two assemblies were not being removed Metalogix.System.Commands.dll and Metalogix.SharePoint.Adapters.StoragePoint.dll. The setup uses Installutil and was unable uninstall the two assemblies listed previously.

From the open command prompt run the followingimage

  • gacutil /u Metalogix.System.Commands.dll
  • gacutil /u Metalogix.SharePoint.Adapters.StoragePoint.dll

substitute any assemblies you found for the ones I used as necessary

 

Download gacutil as part of the Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8279. I spoke with Bill Wilcock the Western Regional Support Manager for Metalogix and “Metalogix has determined it is definitely the GAC assemblies and the issue should be resolved in the next hotfix release coming out in a week or two.” 

As I mentioned above, If you are not running the Metalogix copy jobs in PowerShell you will not be affected by this issue. But if your not running the copy jobs in PowerShell you should be; the jobs run at least 2x faster and you can set up a schedule in Task Scheduler to run your incremental jobs daily. This means that when its time to cut over,its very anticlimactic as the site admins, department admins, and end users have verified their content has been successfully migrated, they have time to get used to the new look and feel, and started using the new features prior to Go Live.

 

Cheers,

 

-Ivan

Blog: http://blogs.msmvps.com/ivansanders/

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See you in Helsinki March 14th for SharePoint Saturday

SharePoint Saturday DENVER 2015

Denver Colorado January 17th!

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Who Should Attend

SharePoint administrators, end users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft SharePoint Technologies will meet for the 4th SPS Events Denver event on January 17th, 2015 

imageAt the Regis University North Denver Campus located at 3333 Regis Boulevard, Denver, CO.

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Who will be presenting

This event has confirmed many other nationally recognized SharePoint speakers and Microsoft SharePoint MVPs! Check out the Speakers page on SPSEvents.org If you are looking to enhance your knowledge of any aspect of SharePoint and/or network with other SharePoint professionals, we strongly encourage you to attend this community event. 

My Session: Business Intelligence with SharePoint 2013 & SQL 2014

This sessions provides an overview of the new features available to business users and the knowledge they need to start building their own Dashboards using the tools you already know like Excel to implement Business Intelligence features they may not have used previously like SQL Analysis Service, SQL Reporting Services, PowerView, PowerPivot, and Excel Services

Register now

 

Cheers,

Ivan

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SharePoint Saturday Mexico 2015

Mexico City January 31st!

Comunidad SharePoint México

Who Should Attend

SharePoint administrators, end users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft SharePoint Technologies will meet for the first SharePoint Saturday event in Mexico City on January 31st, 2015

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TelmexHub located at Calle Isabel La Catolica #51, Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City, Mexico.

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Who will be presenting

This event has confirmed many other nationally recognized SharePoint speakers and Microsoft SharePoint MVPs! Check out the Speakers page on SPSEvents.org If you are looking to enhance your knowledge of any aspect of SharePoint and/or network with other SharePoint professionals, we strongly encourage you to attend this community event. 

My Session: Business Intelligence with SharePoint 2013 & SQL 2014

This sessions provides an overview of the new features available to business users and the knowledge they need to start building their own Dashboards using the tools you already know like Excel to implement Business Intelligence features they may not have used previously like SQL Analysis Service, SQL Reporting Services, PowerView, PowerPivot, and Excel Services

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Register now

 

Cheers,

Ivan

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SharePoint Saturday San Diego 2014

Don’t miss the upcoming SharePoint Saturday – San Diego on November 15th!

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This is a FREE one-day event hosted by the San Diego SharePoint User Group and will feature sessions for end-users, business users, IT professionals and developers. There will also be a track dedicated to Office 365! 

Who Should Attend

SharePoint administrators, end users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft SharePoint Technologies

Where will the event be held

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6256 Greenwich Drive, San Diego, CA.

 

 

 

Who will be presenting

This event has confirmed many other nationally recognized SharePoint speakers and Microsoft SharePoint MVPs! Check out the Speakers page on SPSEvents.org If you are looking to enhance your knowledge of any aspect of SharePoint and/or network with other SharePoint professionals, we strongly encourage you to attend this community event.  image

Why you should attend

Beyond the knowledge and networking, this event will be a blast. There will be a large prize raffle and of course, a ‘SharePint’ social event in the evening. We hope to see you there! Please visit the SharePoint Saturday – San Diego site for more information or to review the recently published speaker schedule. For those of you on twitter, please tweet about this event using the #SPSSD hashtag.

Please register right away! See you there! Register Here!

Who are the Sponsors

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Cheers,

Ivan Sanders

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2014 Microsoft MVP Award!

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Its official, I just received the notification included is an excerpt:

Dear Ivan Sanders,

Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2014 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate your outstanding contributions in SharePoint Server technical communities during the past year.

The Microsoft MVP Award provides us the unique opportunity to celebrate and honor your significant contributions and say “Thank you for your technical leadership.”

Mike Hickman
Director
Community Engagement
Microsoft

Wow another year, this has been the most incredible award I have ever been privileged to receive. I have met so many awesome people. It was a little surreal at first as I was getting to hang with all of my heroes

Thank you for recognizing my community contributions for the 5th year in a row…

 

Cheers,

 

-Ivan

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SoCal Code Camp San Diego 2014 – June 28th & 29th @ UCSD Extensions

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www.socalcodecamp.com
June 28th & 29th @ UCSD Extensions

Hello SoCal Developer Community,

It’s getting down to the wire with only two weeks to go. Many new sessions that have been added see if anything new piques your interest.

The Topics You Want!
With almost 80 sessions at present, we know that more will be added in the days ahead. Sessions on ASP.NET vNext, Visual Studio Online, Typescript, Game Dev and lots more!

Take a moment to show your interest on the sessions page, and, while there, add a session of your own in your area of expertise so that your developer peers will benefit! All platforms, programming languages, and disciplines are welcome!

Geek Dinner – We have great ideas bouncing around for our Saturday night Geek Dinner.  Food and beverage with our dev peers is the perfect way to share our excitement after day #1. Stay tuned!

ASP.NET vNext –
There’s lots of exciting things happening in the ASP.NET space! Be sure to check out http://asp.net/vnext and http://blogs.msdn.com/b/webdev to stay up to date on ASP.NET and Web Tools. You can also follow @aspnet and http://fb.me/aspnet for news, tutorials, videos, and much more. But that’s not all! We’re also on GitHub (yeah, I said it) at http://github.com/aspnet. It’s a great day to be an ASP.NET developer on the Open Web.

Remember, CODE CAMP IS FREE!!! 

June 28th and 29th!

RSVP Now at http://www.socalcodecamp.com/
Thanks and we look forward to seeing you at SoCal Code Camp SD @ UCSD!

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Cant wait to hang out with old friends…. See ya there!!!

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-Ivan

 

SharePoint Saturday Atlanta 2014–June 21

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imageI hope you can attend one of my mew sessions on Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2013. You can download the Demos and Scripts from http://SharePointDemoBuilds.Codplex.com

If you like to participate you know ask questions, I will be signing copies of my book “Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2013” just for you. Also, I will have more than a few 16 and 32GB USB3 Flash Drives full of content on SharePoint 2007. 2010, and 2013 Admin, Developer, DBA, and Business User Content just5 for you

Speaker Dinner and Valet Parking

The festivities will kick off Friday evening, June 20th with the Speaker Dinner. We’d love to have you! Please confirm your attendance. In order to properly plan for the speaker dinner, we must have your RSVP no later than Wednesday morning at 9:00 AM EST. Please RSVP to spsatl@live.com.

Speaker Dinner starts at 6:30 with a pre-dinner happy hour. Dinner Service starts at 7:30 PM.

Max Lager’s

  • 320 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
  • (404) 525-4400

Website  |  Yelp  |  Google Maps

If you could please take this opportunity to help us promote the event tell all of the SharePoint folks and Business User who want to know more about SharePoint 2013 we would greatly appreciate it! Please  Tweet at @SPS_ATL or use #SPSATL to get the word out and please feel free to link to our site at http://www.spsevents.org/city/Atlanta/Atlanta2014/home.  Our event registration can be found here, #SPSATL 2014 on EventBrite. You never know there will probably be prizes for the folks with the most tweets about the event..

Parking and Event Location

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Georgia State University Student Center

  • 44 Courtland St. SE
  • Atlanta, GA 30303.​

Parking will be available at the M-Deck at Georgia State. Parking is $7.00. The M-Deck is located directly across the street from the venue.

Please see the agenda for your timeslot and other event day logistics.

Again, thank you for your support!

 

Warm Regards,

SharePoint Saturday Atlanta Planning Committee

spsatl@live.com

Developers Association of Georgia
615 Sailwind Drive
Roswell, GA 30076

Visit our new website for the latest info on #SPSATL2014!

I Don’t know where the after party “SharePint” Event is being held, but will let every one know as soon as I get the details in the mean time keep checking the website..

Oh I almost forgot to mention:this will be my first Business Intelligence presentation and Demo using only Voice Commands with SharePoint 2013 SP1 April 2014 CU, PowerShell, SQL Server 2014, and Windows Server 2012 R2 Update 1

 

-Ivan

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