SharePoint Intersection: A Preview

Dive Deep in the Desert and Take Away a Surface

Dan Holme

by Dan Holme on 4/9/2015

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4/9/2015

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SharePoint Intersection
May 18-21
Scottsdale, Arizona

SharePoint Intersection is in its third year, produced by the team behind the hugely successful DevIntersection event.

Developers & Developers

DevIntersection is co-located with SharePoint Intersection. This means that developers can take advantage of sessions not only about SharePoint, but also about Visual Studio, ASP.NET, HTML, SQL and open web standards like angular, from the absolute best speakers on those topics.  I think SharePoint Intersection and DevIntersection is probably the best event in the world this spring for developers—especially those that wear multiple hats and develop on multiple platforms and technologies.

IT Pros & Business

But SharePoint Intersection also features great content for IT Pros and business owners of SharePoint and Office 365.  We’ll be covering hybrid, security, governance, workflow and business process automation, and much, much more.

Microsoft & More

I’ll be there, along with a dozen awesome presenters, and we’ll be joined by Jeremy Thake, Scott Guthrie and Steve Guggenheimer so you’ll get to hear both the “Microsoft” and the “independent” perspective on todays’ and tomorrow’s technologies, including all of the big news from Ignite.

And a Surface for Free

SharePoint Intersection just announced a ridiculously cool package. If you register for the Complete Package, which includes the event and two workshops, you will get the recently-announced Microsoft Surface 3, for free!

Shirley Brothers and her team work tirelessly to ensure a great event experience, with delicious food and a gorgeous venue – the five-star Fairmont Scottsdale Princess resort. You’ll definitely have the opportunity to brain share with other attendees and speakers at this intimate, relaxed, and highly interactive atmosphere.

All that, with a price tag lower than Ignite and a Surface on your desk to build your next SharePoint or Office 365 project!  Hey, Shirley—do speakers get one of those?

Learn more and register!


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