2013-03-21 17:20:45 - QArea .NET developers and business managers have visited the SharePoint Technology Conference in San Francisco, United States on the 3-6 of March.
United States, San Francisco, 3 - 6 March,
2013 There were more than 30 top presenters from all over the world leading tutorials and technical classes on SharePoint during 101 sessions within 4 days.
Session Levels included:
Overview: It required no knowledge of the subject, and the session included a high-level topic introduction.
Intermediate: On this level sessions were focused on how things work and capabilities with examples provided by the instructor.
Advanced: Here instructors taught attendees to implement solutions.
There were the following Topic Areas:
Developer Essentials: Among the covered topics there were BDC/BCS, branding, jQuery, Client Object Model and more.
IT Pro Essentials: In such technical classes and tutorials topics concerning SharePoint Server, including permissions,
integrations, farm architecture, virtualization and storage were discussed.
Information Worker Essentials: These were the sessions for those who want to know more about document management, search, and reporting. But attendees working with libraries, forms and lists have also benefited from these tutorials.
Architecture Essentials: Tutorials of this level were focused on software, business and IT architects and the main topics of this level were governance, workflow, search, metadata, content types and taxonomy.
What was the goal of organizers?
Communities sought to share skills between attendees, covering as more SharePoint topics as possible. There’s no greater gathering of dedicated SharePoint professionals. Visitors left with a ton of valuable information to bring back to their companies.
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