Speaking at Microsoft Ignite
At the upcoming Microsoft Ignite conference I will be presenting a session about building solutions with the Office Graph.
Last week Microsoft announced sessions and speakers for the upcoming Microsoft Ignite conference. I have the absolute honor of co-presenting a session about building solutions with the Office Graph.
Preparing for a meeting, but not sure what documents are relevant? Writing a proposal and looking for similar documents to help you out? Interested in what your colleagues are working on to stay updated? With the new Office Graph, answers to those questions are within your reach. In this demo-packed session, we show you how the Office Graph works and how it can be used when building custom apps and enriching existing solutions and portals. All scenarios are backed up by real-life solutions that you could use in your organization.
This will be a fun session where Alexandre, Chris, Mikael and I will show you some cool Office Graph solutions that we have built. Rather than trying to share with you everything we know about the Office Graph, we are going to inspire you and show you our ideas of how you could leverage the Office Graph in your organization.
I won’t go into details and share all the plans we have for this session but I’ve heard some rumors about a t-shirt cannon….
Microsoft Ignite is the Microsoft technology event for 2015. Combining different events around Microsoft’s productivity technologies, Microsoft Ignite is the single place to go to to hear the latest news and roadmaps for Microsoft’s productivity vision and to learn how to make the best use of the productivity solutions in your organization. If you attended the SharePoint Conference, Exchange Conference, Lync Conference or Project Conference, this is the conference for you. And, if you’re interested in or already using Office 365, this is the conference for you as well.
There are only a couple of weeks left until the event and I hope to see you all in our session having fun with us. See you in Chicago!