Speaking on InfoPath List vs Library Forms Usage at the SharePoint Saturday Chicago


I will be speaking at the SharePoint Saturday Suburb Edition on June 11th with the session title – Real World InfoPath in SharePoint 2010 – List Forms vs Library Forms

I will be taking InfoPath and SharePoint developers and business analysts on the journey of design patterns of electronic forms in the SharePoint 2010 discussing basic differences of List Forms vs. Library Forms, real world use cases of each type of forms, under the hood of form design and deployment, and full life cycle of InfoPath applications (design, deployment, upgrade, retract, cleanup) in the SharePoint 2010 environment.

Please visit SharePoint Saturday Chicago site for more info –  http://www.sharepointsaturday.org/chicago/default.aspx. You can also follow the twitter IDs – @SPSChicago and @nikxpatel and twitter hashtag #SPSChicago for most recent updates. Here is the full schedule – http://spschicago.com/schedule/schedule.pdf

This year’s suburban edition of SharePoint Saturday 2011 will feature 3 unique tracks in hopes to provide more value to the attendees.  These unique tracks will be

  • SharePoint 101 and will seek to walk users through the beginning of their SharePoint journey from the basics of what is SharePoint to planning your implementation.
  • Office365.  You have heard about it, but what is it really and how may it apply to your needs?
  • Advanced topics in SharePoint.  If you are one that typically does not go to user group or community events because there is not enough depth. This track is for you.  We will be showcasing some experts in the SharePoint community imparting their bits of wisdom. 

In short this year’s suburban edition will seek to provide something for everyone, and attract an audience from the entire spectrum. 

Looking forward to see you there.

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