I’ll be presenting this Thursday (September 15) at the Singapore SharePoint Community, find the details below and register here

Hi All,

sspcThis month the focus of our meeting will be on Office 365 and specifically SharePoint Online. You’ve all heard a lot about it from Microsoft announcements, friends, family, and strangers you meet on the street who just can’t stop talking about it. Come to this session where we’ll separate the fact from the fiction about Microsoft’s new cloud solution.

Session 1: SharePoint Online Features and Branding

Rene Modery, Landis Gyr

In this session, Rene will present an overview of Office 365 and the role that SharePoint online plays in it. The session will explain how SharePoint Online is, and is not, like SharePoint 2010 and what you can expect from it. Rene will then go into the Public Website feature of SharePoint Online and demonstrate the branding possibilities as well as how to break out of the basic site design and use full master pages for branding.

Session 2: SharePoint Online Development

Milan Gross, Synergy

In this session, Milan will discuss the options available to developers to extend and automate SharePoint Online sites through custom code. We’ll discuss both the limitations placed on Office 365 sites by the cloud architecture and the opportunities of offered by the new platform. In this session we’ll demonstrate the use of sandbox solutions to deploy compiled components and where those can be usefully applied. We’ll also explain the use of Silverlight and the client-side object model for interacting with SharePoint data and extending the user interface.

We’re less than two months away from the SharePoint Conference in November!

There is an Early Bird discount of $100 off the normal price for the first 250 registrants and there are still a few tickets left.

http://www.sharepointconference.asia/SEA/2011

Regards,

Milan

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