Join me at SharePoint Saturday New York City on July 28th!

I will be presenting Getting the Most out of SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) on Saturday, July 28th, 2018 in New York City as part of SPSNYC!

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There are 54 sessions – all for free!

I’ll be talking about SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP):

The SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) is an open source initiative coordinated by SharePoint engineering – but what does that mean and why should you care? PnP has tons of tutorials, videos, samples, documentation, and tools (as in amazing, ground-breaking tools). If you haven’t heard of it or if you thought it was just one or two things, you’re doing SharePoint development on hard mode!

In this session we’ll dive into what’s available, how to get started, how to stay up to date, and even how to contribute. You’ll leave this session knowing not only what PnP is, but you’ll be ready to start taking advantage immediately! It doesn’t matter if your using On-Premises or Online, you’re sure to learn something new and likely amazing.

I’m really excited to not just speak, but also to attend! The schedule and speaker lineup looks amazing and it’s sure to be a great event. If you happen to be one of the few people living in New York or the surrounding area, join us for FREE training, a bunch of swag, and a chance to meet people who are also passionate about SharePoint and doing awesome stuff.

One thought on “Join me at SharePoint Saturday New York City on July 28th!

  1. Amazing Chris, I think it would be great if you shared the video or the presentation … I really hope you can, thanks, best wishes.

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