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This session will demonstrate how using the most robust Agile Methodologies you can respond better to change, reduce the guess work and develop high quality solutions in the least possible time maximizing customer satisfaction. Session will provide organization managers with the tools to build the right team and processes in order to succeed.
by Marcy Kellar
You don’t have to be a designer to make a SharePoint site easy-to-use. There is a science behind ensuring a user thinks less about how to use a site and more time focusing on what is on the site. These techniques and principles are standard in the regular web design world and can be applied to SharePoint too.
This session breaks down the science of “easy-to-use” and demonstrate techniques to communicate requirements and what it takes to make your SharePoint site more intuitive to users. It is intended for the non-designer tasked with implementing an easy-to-use and widely adopted SharePoint site and covers:
This session will cover the ins and outs of SPMetal, a tool which ships with SharePoint 2010. SPMetal allows developers compile-time access to SharePoint lists and content types. This allows for type-safe access to columns/fields on a SharePoint site. Additionally, developers can write LINQ queries against these lists using SPMetal which speeds up query writing tremendously for developers. We will additionally cover adding support for complex column types (Managed Metadata, Publishing HTML, etc) which aren’t support by SPMetal out of the box. Lastly we will also touch upon performance considerations and other best practices when coding with SPMetal.
SharePoint Branding isn’t easy and mistakes are inevitable. Some mistakes are costlier than others and impact a variety of areas such as budget, long term sustainability, functionality, and user adoption.
This session provides an overview of the costliest or most common mistakes made when customizing the SharePoint user interface. You will see examples, screenshots and demos of these mistakes in action. You will learn the answers to following questions:
Understanding which mistakes are the costliest and most common can help you avoid making them and give you the confidence to embark on your next SharePoint branding adventure.
Do you use SharePoint in the workplace and wonder how you can setup your own personal SharePoint site at home to help manage your life?
You’re in luck.
This session will guide you through the process and give you some ideas on how you can push Office 365 Small Business to its limits.
PowerShell is a powerful scripting environment and language for developers and administrators. SharePoint 2010 has built in PowerShell administration commandlets, but you can use this powerful scripting language with any version of SharePoint. Using PowerShell, Talbott will demonstrate how you can build and deploy SharePoint sites for development, testing, proof of concepts, and production. Using an agile methodology, you will learn how to leverage PowerShell scripts for your planning and development process.
In a perfect world, SharePoint systems are well planned with defined requirements, stakeholder approval, and methodology approaches. Oh, and unlimited budgets. But the reality of SharePoint implementations is deployments and operations are typically not what might be seen through rose-colored lenses.
In this session, you will learn what the instructors have seen in terms of worst practices and approaches for getting a system implementation and deployment back on track, as well as methods to fix and optimize operations that may not be addressing your system's current needs. For all of the things that can go wrong with your SharePoint implementation, one of the best things we can do is learn from others. From not accepting that implementing an established information architecture and having an available infrastructure are core tenets of every SharePoint installation to managing SLAs with your end users. Come to this class to hear not only worst practices, but also worst experiences.
SharePoint out of the box is a powerful platform. Unfortunately, many organizations seem to think that governance is also out of the box. It isn't. The result? Site sprawl, unfettered content, and general process lawlessness. This is a fairly common problem, and there are definitely steps you can tackle to quickly get back on track. In this session, we'll discuss several real-world strategies for gaining control over your SharePoint environments, better aligning your SharePoint efforts with organizational goals, and dramatically improving your chances of meeting end user expectations.
Both federal and commercial healthcare organizations are faced with unprecedented opportunities to improve operational efficiencies and access to care, including Health 2.0 initiatives, telemedicine, and innovative outreach and collaboration solutions for patients, caregivers and providers. However, the roadmap for interoperability, meaningful use, program integrity and data integrity provides challenges for HIPAA 5010, ICD 10 conversion, and data sharing across DoD, VA and commercial healthcare providers and ACO.
Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Dynamics CRM can play an important role in managing unstructured and structured data in healthcare organizations but need to be architected and configured to meet the complex demands of connected health frameworks and HITECH security and privacy. The recent launch of Office365 as a HIPAA-compliant infrastructure has also significantly changed the game for cloud and compliance.
Learn how to plan, architect and provide end to end security for SharePoint, Office365 and CRM solutions in a BYOD healthcare setting using native features of these platforms as well as third party solutions. Case study format.
In this session, I discuss and demonstrate how you can use SharePoint 2010 Web Templates and PowerShell scripts to give your team-based SharePoint development process a much needed productivity boost. Using these techniques, you enable your team to quickly test and review their custom components against your complete SharePoint solution while simultaneously eliminating inconsistencies often created by manual configurations.
By the end of this session, you will have learned:
So stop wasting time and come see how you can help make your SharePoint team development better, faster, and stronger!
28th July 2012