NDC London, Dec 2-6 2013, I’ll be there.

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I will be at NDC London. NDC London is an extension of NDC Oslo, which has been a pretty successful long running conference in Oslo for the past few years.
They have a fantastic speaker line up, and a pretty awesome agenda. You can find more info at http://www.ndc-london.com/

At NDC London, I will be presenting the following topics,

Breakout Session: Dec 04, 2013 – 11:40 – 12:40

I want to develop for SharePoint, but I don’t know where to start

SharePoint is interesting, but I don't know where to start. This session, is for you, the aspiring SharePoint developer. I will walk you through the fundamental building blocks for how to move from zero to hero.
Specific topics in this session will include core programming skills, investing in the right areas to optimize your learning curve, free resources and tools to help you get started, tips and tricks to get you on your way, and more.
If you're looking to get started, but need some help in your journey then make sure you check out this session!

Breakout Session: 04 December 2013 17:40 - 18:40

A good SharePoint development machine

You’re going to need it, if you dabble with SharePoint or want to take a dive. But you can get started without a huge investment in a hefty laptop. I work as a SharePoint developer, and over many years I have collected a bag of tricks that make my SharePoint life very productive. This session walks you through the various setups and tips and tricks I’ve had to use to be a productive SharePoint developer. And yes I’m jealous of your macbook.

Pre-Conf Workshop: All day Dec 02, 2013

SharePoint 2013 App Development

Apps, what enables any developer to deliver SharePoint functionality, what allows you to use things such as MVC, TDD, and everything else you like with SharePoint. Apps, the single biggest change between SharePoint 2010 and 2013. Is it surprising that the Apps platform is full of open holes – missing functionality, and pot holes (things you need to watch out for?). This session is for what you won’t read on MSDN, but will discover in projects.  No stone will be left unturned in this session.

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