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Peek at Developer Track Sessions for the International SharePoint Conference London 2012

Tuesday, February 28, 2012
posted by alice

We wrote before about the upcoming SharePoint Conference London in our post, “Registration is Open for the International SharePoint Conference London 2012.” For a glimpse of some happenings at the conference, check out Andrew Connell’s, “I’m Presenting at the International SharePoint Conference in London April 2012.”

Andrew Connell of the AndrewConnell Blog and Critical Path Training, LLC, is a Microsoft developer specializing in the .NET Framework & content management, specifically Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 and SharePoint. He will be appearing in a handful of sessions in the Developer track at the SharePoint Conference in London 2012.

This track is for all the Developers out there who are just starting a SharePoint journey of discovery and for those developers who have been developing for a while and now need to hone their skills to a more advanced level. There is so much that you can do with SharePoint where do you start, and what is the correct way to take a design all the way through to a finished solution deployed live in your production farm.

If London in April 2012 isn’t on your ticket, consider advancing your SharePoint knowledge and farm with a third party solution. We suggest Smartlogic. The Semaphore Ontology Manager lets you manage the language that defines your space and takes your metadata to the next level. The tool’s logical interface lets non-Information scientists easily browse multiple hierarchies or search for terms by name or any attribute. This means a small team can maintain the model with minimal training required, letting you conserve your valuable project resources.

Ken Toth, February 28, 2012



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