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Speaking @ SharePoint Saturday NH 9/22/2012

I will be presenting a session on “Intro to SharePoint 2013 banding and design”.

Here are some of the topics that I will hopefully be able to cram into the 1 hour session. I could easily spend well over 1 hour on each one of these topics…

  • SharePoint 2013 UI Overview
  • Design Manager
  • Snippet Gallery
  • Composed Looks (Themes)
  • Device Channels
  • SharePoint Designer 2013
  • Managed Metadata Global Navigation

SharePoint Saturday NH Logistics:
Where: Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), Manchester, NH
When: September 22th, 2012, Saturday
Time: Registration 8-8:30am EST
Cost: FREE!
Website: http://www.sharepointsaturday.org/nh/default.aspx
Twitter: @ErikJSwenson | #SPSNH

I will be giving away a couple of my books out as prizes! Hope to see you there and do a little meet and greet after the session!

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Comments

Ashish Trivedi said…
This is available through live meeting or any other meeting service?
pruitt said…

Hi ... william.. thanks for sharing information.This has to be one of my favorite posts! And on top of thats its also very helpful topic for newbies. Thanks a lot for informative information on sharepoint

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