Hello to all those new people visiting our site because of the Australian SharePoint Conference – we hope to see you at a meeting soon !
We normally have the MSPUG meeting on the 4th Wednesday of the month – but for APRIL – this would have been April 25th (Anzac Day).
We’ve thus re-scheduled the meeting – AND – considering we’re not having a MARCH meeting (w/ AUSPC this week) – the April meeting is two weeks earlier.
- Meeting Date
- WED. April 11th.
- Start Time
- 5.30pm food + networking
- 6 pm start for presentations
- Microsoft Melbourne, FreshWater Place
- Enter via doorway next to IGA
- Take lift to LEVEL 5
We’ll have a great meeting in store for April, with presenters from AvePoint + Microsoft.
Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2010
Jeremy Thake, Enterprise Architect at AvePoint Inc and SharePoint MVP, will explain the principles of Application Lifecycle Management in SharePoint 2010. The session will suit SharePoint Developers, Team Leaders, Architects and Development Managers to understand how to approach ALM with SharePoint.
From this session you should walk away with:
- An understanding of what application lifecycle management is
- An understanding of the approaches to ALM with SharePoint Development
- An understanding of how to get started with baby steps as a SharePoint Developer, Team Leader or Solution Architect
Troubleshooting SharePoint 2010
Brendan Law (Microsoft) is a Premier Field Engineer, and visits clients & partners to assist with identifying performance & security problems and pitfalls, and makes use of a variety of logging & profiling tools.
He’ll show a few of these techniques & some tools that might assist when trouble-shooting production environments, and to assist with infrastructure considerations.
We’re lucky to have TWO great speakers to present, so I hope you can come along !
NOTE – it’s two weeks earlier than normal – WED. April 11th.
Make sure you RSVP – click here to register & save a ticket (it’s FREE !) – and assist with plans for catering and such.
See you there !