So you think you can spell SharePoint…

So for those that want more information or training on MOSS and its ECM (Enterprise Content Management) capabilities then I have some good news for you. The Ted Pattison Group has put together a new course on ECM in MOSS. It is being delivered by SharePoint MVP John Holliday. I have included the info for the course as well as another popular course they are offering. If you mention that one of us referred you to the course, you may get up to 20% off the price of the course. Have fun:

ECM401: Enterprise Content Management with SharePoint Server 2007

November 11th - November 14th  | Taught by John Holliday in Dallas, TX | $2395 | [ REGISTER NOW ]

This intensive 4-day course explores the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) features of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS). You will learn how to develop solutions that manage all aspects of the ECM lifecycle, including document security, check-in/check-out, information rights management (IRM), official records and holds, data gathering through electronic forms and business process automation.

Also offering the Great SharePoint Adventure on the Redmond campus on October 22nd for experienced .NET developers that want to take the deep plunge into the world of SharePoint development with Visual Studio.

GSA401 : The Great SharePoint Adventure

October 22nd - October 26th in Redmond, WA | Taught by Ted Pattison and Andrew Connell | $2995 | [ REGISTER NOW ]

GSA401 is an intensive 5-day training course in a multi-instructor format with extended hours. The first half of GSA401 focuses on Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (WSS) where students learn how develop fundamental WSS building blocks such as Features, application pages, site pages, Web Parts, custom list types, site columns, content types, custom workflows, site definitions and solution packages. The second half of the week focuses on developing with SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS) where students learn how to assemble and configure business solutions by using and extending the portal and web content management features of MOSS as well as other server-side services such as the Business Data Catalog, Forms Services, Excel Services and Report Center.


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