Thursday 10th December, 2015
3:50pm to 5:00pm
Starting with SharePoint 2013, Microsoft began to introduce a major paradigm shift for developers: the guidance to move away from deploying server code to the farm, in favor of leveraging client APIs. During this session, Chris Domino, senior architect at Rightpoint, will walk through techniques on how to not only keep your SharePoint customizations conformed to emerging best practices, but also how this shift can evolve your SharePoint architectures to take advantage of cutting edge Microsoft technologies.
Attendees will learn:
An overview of the client APIs (CSOM/JSOM/REST)
How to rethink deployments (moving from WSPs and features to PowerShell scripts and console apps)
How to leverage the cloud for advanced SharePoint client-centric architectural scenarios
And, perhaps most importantly, when to hold on to what we know
Senior .NET Consultant for Rightpoint
Chris is a senior .NET consultant, having been working with the framework since its inception, spanning across all of the major Microsoft technologies. The teams that he has been a part of or lead have worked through the entire software lifecycle.
Chris also has a blog that outlines some of the cutting edge work he has done in SharePoint, Silverlight, InfoPath, and AJAX. He is also a Microsoft SharePoint Subject Matter Expert, having been flown to Redmond to help design SharePoint exams for both the 2007, 2010, and 2013 platforms.
In addition to development, Chris has played the architect role on large projects. This has allowed him to incorporate technology evangelism, management, server configuration, and client-facing “soft” skills into his work.
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