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Toronto SharePoint Camp – March 20

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The third annual Toronto SharePoint Camp will deliver over 20 sessions by the best Canadian and international SharePoint experts on a wealth of topics. Whether you’re a developer, server administrator, architect, power user, or business sponsor; whether you’re learning about SharePoint for the first time or a seasoned pro; whether you’re migrating, developing, designing, or… Continue reading

Toronto SharePoint Camp – January 24

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It is that time of year again – the Toronto SharePoint Camp taking place next Saturday at Manulife Financial (200 Bloor Street – between Yonge and Jarvis) .  This free event is organized by the people from the Toronto SharePoint User Group and will be of interest to developers, administrators, and end-users alike.   I’ll be doing two developer talks:- SharePoint 2007:… Continue reading

SharePoint, SharePoint, SharePoint

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SharePoint is a hot topic right now and there’s a lot going on in and around Toronto on the subject. I thought I’d take a moment to highlight a few. Toronto SharePoint Camp – October 20 The good folks over at the Toronto SharePoint User Group are organizing the first Toronto SharePoint Camp. They’re looking… Continue reading

Toronto Code Camp 2007 – Recap and Session Materials

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Another outstanding event. Last Saturday about 300 developers got together for the 2nd annual Toronto Code Camp. The event went flawlesly thanks to organizer Chris Dufour and the twenty or so event volunteers.  Thanks guys and gals for all your hard work. You can download the slides and demos for my session on generics here.… Continue reading