Just after the SharePoint Conference 2009 in Las Vegas, the “SharePoint 2010 wave” is coming to Central Europe: the Slovenian SharePoint Conference 2009 will be organized in Murska Sobota, Slovenia, only few hours driving from us (Budapest, Hungary)….(read more)
The Hungarian SharePoint User Group’s (HUNSUG) next meeting is on August 5, 2009. If you’re interested, please visit our (Hungarian) site: http://www.sharepointgroups.org/hunsug/default.aspx…(read more)
If you’re attending the European SharePoint Best Practices Conference at the beginning of April, don’t miss the SharePint on Wednesday, April 8 evening with other SharePointers. See you soon in London!
There were a lot of interesting events and announcements in the world, while I’ve been with my baby daughter in the last days. In the meantime I’m reviewing some technical documents… So, here you are a short enumeration about the most important SharePoint-related news of the past days: SharePoint Dispose Checker: During SharePoint development there is a common thing to have disposa problems. These issues makes nightmares to the developers as well as end users because of the bad quality of codes. Fortunately, the SharePoint Dispose Checker has been available since the end of January: “SPDisposeCheck is a tool to … Continue reading These days
I’m very happy because SharePoint Conference 2009 is just announced. This conference is most probably the most important SharePoint event in 2009, as “SharePoint Conference 2009 will be the conference to learn about SharePoint 14.” I’ll be there – hope to see you too.
After the success of SharePoint Best Practices Conference, organized by Mindsharp last September in Washington DC, the series goes on. Next event is going to be at the very beginning of February, in San Diego. This conference goes beyond the how-to’s of SharePoint and delves into real world issues facing successful SharePoint implementations. Learn how to: Make consistent, confident decisions at every level, across your enterprise. Break the cycle of avoidance, disagreement and ignorance that leads to subpar results. Eliminate design, deployment, organizational and administrative confusion. Apply effective SharePoint decision-making in any situation and in turn enhance enterprise communication, collaboration … Continue reading Presenting at European SharePoint Best Practices Conference
In the last months there were a few new changes in the life of Hungarian SharePoint Community. The ISPA (International SharePoint Professionals Association) has been helping us to realize our Hungarian SharePoint User Group (HUNSUG) – the first step was that I've been ISPA Evangelizer since the beginning of September. The International SharePoint Professionals Association (“ISPA”) is the first independent, community-run, not-for-profit organization designed specifically for SharePoint Professionals. ISPA is a professional association dedicated to the promotion and global adoption of Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies. The Association provides support and guidance to the community by establishing connections between SharePoint … Continue reading ISPA and Hungarian SharePoint User Group
I'm very happy to announce the next meeting of Hungarian SharePoint User Group to December 11, 2008 in Budapest, Hungary. Our online presenter is Ishai Sagi, MOSS MVP from Australia, his topic is: Developing Custom fields for SharePoint 2007 (in English). If you're interested, you can find more informations at the HUNSUG website (in Hungarian). Technorati Tags: SharePoint 2007,HUNSUG,event,User Group
The SharePoint Virtual Conference is going to happen tomorrow: "Our goal is to inform as many SharePoint users as we can of the great SharePoint content that can be found without going to an in-person conference." So if you are interested in a great online event, check the sessions here, or just register here.
Reinvigorate the Business Client – Extend your OBA over your Imagination As I've promised, I'm starting to give a short description about my presentation, and will upload the demos. Let's start with the presentation. On Tuesday afternoon I was showing to my audience, what does OBA mean, how can Office System and several LOB Systems be integrated in a transparent way, and what are best practices during OBA building. Yes, this process is a building process, because you can play with the OBA components as they would be LEGO blocks… First of all, let's see the Line-of-Business (LOB) Systems. A … Continue reading SPBP – My presentation (Part 1)