Speaking on SP2010 Search and SP2013 Apps at SharePoint Fest Chicago 2012

I am privileged to speak at this year’s SharePoint Fest Chicago later this month. I will be speaking on some of the few advanced level sessions in the SharePoint Fest conference covering two advanced SharePoint features – SP2010 Search and SP2013 Apps. If you are SharePoint architect or senior level SharePoint developer, these advanced sessions are for you. Don’t miss them.


SRC 104 – Building Search Driven Applications in SharePoint 2010 – Sep 26, Wednesday, 2:50-3:50 PM

I will discuss the importance of Enterprise Search in your SharePoint data access strategy and walk through building a Custom Search driven application using the SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Search KeywordQuery API to efficiently rollup cross-farm and cross-site collection data. If time permitted, I will also demonstrate different options available for custom search solutions in SharePoint Online 2010

DEV 206 – Understanding SharePoint 2013 Code Deployment Models – Apps vs. Solutions – Sep 27, Thursday, 4:15-5:15 PM

With the new Apps deployment model in SharePoint 2013 SharePoint developers will face a new challenge of choosing the new code deployment model over proven approaches such as farm and sandbox solutions. I will discuss different options available for SharePoint developers in SharePoint 2013 for code deployment models and provide prescriptive guidance of when to choose the appropriate framework for real-world scenarios including both on-premises and Office 365 deployments

Hoping to see you there!!!!!

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