First off, I know I haven’t posted in a while but I have an excuse (sorta) – I got married and had a wonderfully long honeymoon mountain biking through the sierras! I am back (relaxed and refreshed) and am looking forward to the Fall (and the A’s postseason hopefully extending a bit ;-))
I will be speaking at Silicon Valley Code Camp again this year. This is a HUGE code camp that is totally FREE. It also covers a ton of different technologies, not just Microsoft, so if you have any interest in programming or the computer industry at large, you have no excuse but to register.
I have two sessions focused on Office and SharePoint development – hope to see you there!
Building Apps with the Office 365 API Client Libraries (3:30 PM Saturday Oct 11th)
Developing Office 365 Cloud Business Apps with Visual Studio (5:00 PM Saturday Oct 11th)
Office 365 is an ideal business app platform providing a core set of services expected in today’s business apps like collaboration, presence and integrated workflows, and a central location for installing, discovering and managing the apps. Office 365 makes these business apps available where users already spend their time – in SharePoint & Office. Visual Studio streamlines the way developers build modern business applications for Office 365 and SharePoint 2013 with the Office 365 Cloud Business App project. In this demo-heavy session, you will see the latest enhancements we’ve made that allow developers to build connected, touch-centric, cross-platform, HTML5-based business applications for Office 365.