Yesterday I was presenting on the first SharePoint Saturday in Holland about challenges in building Web Content Management solutions on the SharePoint 2010 platform. For those of you who weren’t able to make it, the slides from my presentation are available on the SharePoint Saturday Holland site.
Building Internet-facing websites on the SharePoint platform is different than building intranet solutions. Although in both cases you’re using SharePoint as the framework, building public websites introduces some new challenges.
As you might have heard there is a great SharePoint event coming up. September 28 and 29 Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Connections Autumn are being held in The Hague, The Netherlands. The evening before that, on September 27 there will be a great Dutch Information Worker User Group (DIWUG) event sponsored by Mavention and AvePoint. First of all there will be a presentation by Tony Lanni the VP of Corporate Development and Media at AvePoint and then after the break there will be an Ask the Expert panel with Mirjam van Olst (SharePoint MVP and SharePoint 2007 MCM), Rick Taylor, Spencer Harbar (SharePoint MVP and SharePoint MCM for both 2007 and 2010), Wouter van Vugt (VSTO MVP) and myself. If you have any SharePoint questions this DIWUG event is definitely the place to be. And on top of all that we will be giving away one MSDN Ultimate Subscription with Visual Studio 2010!
Who would’ve thought: two SharePoint conferences in the Netherlands in one year! Proudly presenting: Microsoft SharePoint Connections 2010 Autumn.
Yesterday we had a great evening here at Mavention talking about web standards and accessibility on the SharePoint platform.