SharePoint Connect 2014 Amsterdam presentation deck and more available
Recently released Office Delve surfaces personalized content to you from across Office 365. Powered by the Office Graph, Delve shows you information based on what you're working on and what's trending around you.
In this session we will take a look at Office Graph – the engine powering Delve. From this presentation you will not only learn how Delve works but also how you can leverage the Office Graph for building solutions for your organization and customers.
In my presentation I discussed the differences between Office Delve and Office Graph: what both are and are not and how you can leverage Office Graph for building solutions. Using demos I showed how the different capabilities of Office Graph work and how you can build Office Graph queries to retrieve relevant content. Following is the presentation deck from my session:
Presentation SwayOne of the challenges with looking at presentations’ decks afterwards is that you are missing the story behind the presentation and the bullet points tell you only that much.
Recently Microsoft released Sway – an app for building rich presentation. I decided to take the opportunity for testing Sway and to make a Sway from my presentation so that you can get back to the story I told at SharePoint Connect 2014.
Since this is the first time I published a Sway along with the presentation I would very much appreciate your feedback: is this something that you would like to see me do more often for my presentation? Does the format make it easy for you to follow the technical content?
I had a great audience in my presentation and would like to thank everyone who attended and asked their questions. I hope you found the information I shared with you useful and will be able to apply it when building solutions on top of Office Graph.
I would also like to thank the organization and sponsors for making this event happen and for the opportunity to speak. See you next year!