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SP24 Technical Track Sessions

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Branding in SharePoint 2013

Branding in SharePoint 2013

This session will provide an overview of tools and libraries available for branding SharePoint 2013 branding solutions. We will review the new design manager, code snippets and the new display templates for content search web parts as well as fundamentals such as master pages, page layouts, publishing content types and best practices when developing front end solutions to SharePoint platform. We will also quickly introduce to popular technologies available and that concurrently work well in SharePoint 2013 such as jquery.js, bootstrap.js or spservices.js

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KISS - Keep It Simple SharePoint (Branding SharePoint)

KISS - Keep It Simple SharePoint (Branding SharePoint)

Simple and cutting-edge UI/UX design influences user adoption and results in a successfully crafted SharePoint environment and improved collaboration and efficiency within their organization. The key to implementing a successful SharePoint site is making sure that users are engaged. In this seminar, we’ll cover the pros and cons of designing in both SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013, creating webparts, designing outside of SharePoint Designer, and the tools you’ll need to keep it simple.

[update] new blog - http://blog.codesigned.com/Blog/Post/17/Creating-page-layouts-in-SharePoint-2013-using-SharePoint-Designer-2013

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Design a SharePoint 2013 Architecture – The basics

Design a SharePoint 2013 Architecture – The basics

This session walks you through the necessary steps to design a SharePoint 2013 architecture. It explains what information is needed to actually design such an architecture and discusses the many things you need to know to make the right decisions. It helps you to design a small, medium or large SharePoint farm for your customers.

17

Leveraging workflows in SharePoint Apps

Leveraging workflows in SharePoint Apps

Presenter: Bjoern H Rapp, MVP, SharePoint Architect, Steria AS.

The SharePoint 2013 App Model provides the ability to add and run a workflow in a SharePoint App. In this session I will demonstrate how to use App event receivers to associate a workflow to any list in the Host Web or App Web. The session will include creating, adding, deploying and running the app. Associating the workflows via an event receiver instead of directly makes it possible to keep the list data even if the app is uninstalled, because the list defintion will be separated from the workflow definition. Then we can associate the workflow with any list, whether it's residing inside the app itseld or in the host web.

2

SharePoint has you by the Monads (Hugh Wood)

SharePoint has you by the Monads (Hugh Wood)

So you think you know SharePoint and you think you know JS? It doesn't matter your experience or developer level this fast paced deep dive into SP JS will unveil the secrets of JavaScript in SharePoint, the Dos and Don'ts for JavaScript and if you should be using a transcompiler or not. This will also deep dive you into the ootb object and function structure of SharePoint JavaScript and free you to develop in SharePoint in ways you could only of imagined before.

You don't know JS about SharePoint.

If enough people want this then I will also produce labs for practice not just demos.

By Hugh Wood - Twitter: @HughAJWood

[update] it's happening - http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sharepointdev/archive/2014/01/14/deprecation-of-custom-code-in-sandboxed-solutions.aspx

21

.NET to JavaScript: Moving SharePoint developers to the dark side

.NET to JavaScript: Moving SharePoint developers to the dark side

There are many ASP.NET web developer out there since its release and ASP before that who have been working with SharePoint to build solutions. Jeremy Thake, SharePoint MVP and VP of Global Product Innovation at AvePoint Inc. will discuss how he learnt the client side JavaScript way of building SharePoint Apps after being extremely comfortable in the managed code space. It will cover his journey, resources to get you started and tips and tricks to get you started in this direction too.

40

Building ECM applications with Managed Metadata in SharePoint 2013

Building ECM applications with Managed Metadata in SharePoint 2013

Making information findable is a critical factor in any SharePoint deployment. SharePoint 2013 is shipped with second edition of Managed Metadata Service to facilitate information architecture. This session will be a hands on and deep dive into the newest managed metadata functions introduced in SharePoint 2013 like – extended properties, pinning, hashtags and others.

Attendees will also learn about new Managed Metadata features to facilitate enhanced enterprise content management; features like managed navigation and making it work together with variations (multi-lingual sites), cross-site publishing and product catalogs.

This session will also include a hands on review of newest Taxonomy API to assist developing interoperable SharePoint applications.

10

Farewell XSL, Welcome Display Templates

Farewell XSL, Welcome Display Templates

Almost everything was built with XSL in SharePoint 2010, but this technology is a little bit outdated in SharePoint 2013. In this session we will focus on Display Templates. Display Templates leverage HTML and JavaScript instead of XSL to present is content. This new technology is widely used in SharePoint 2013, so this session will be a good starting point if you want to know more about Display Templates. You will learn where and for what these Display Templates are used, and how to create and modify Display Templates. So if HTML and JavaScript is something familiar for you, and want to know more on how you can brand certain elements, than this session is something for you.

6

Mobile SharePoint: What Options Do I have?

Mobile SharePoint: What Options Do I have?

This session will give you an understanding and a tour of all the different options you can use to create a mobile-enabled SharePoint web site. This session will also discuss the pros and cons associated with the different options and how to choose the right option(s) for your scenario. This session provides information that IT Decision Makers, Business Analysts, Architects, and Developers will all find helpful.

Presenter: Todd Baginski

7

Real World SharePoint Upgrade

Real World SharePoint Upgrade

There is the TechNet guide and then there is the real world experience. I talk about my real world experience and how to approach a migration from a big corporate to a small business from 2010 to 2013 and SharePoint online.

21

SharePoint Development Toolbox [all levels]

SharePoint Development Toolbox [all levels]

We all know there are great challenges in implementing existing \ customization features within the SharePoint platform,not only by the complexity,
but also by how we conduct our features, content types and everything around it "What do YOU use to develop in SharePoint?"
It is the question I am asked most often. In this awesome session get to know some of tools that SharePoint Developers usually use to help and speed up the development process.

4

Introduction to PowerShell for SharePoint Developers and Administrators

Introduction to PowerShell for SharePoint Developers and Administrators

Are you a SharePoint Developer or Administrator? Only using the out of the box PowerShell cmdlets or none at all? Learn how to go beyond the built-in PowerShell Cmdlets for SharePoint to bend SharePoint to your will. In this presentation, I'll provide an introduction to the PowerShell language, how to use PowerShell with SharePoint, and show you how to write your own cmdlets and scripts. Learn how PowerShell can be used as a tool for content manipulation, easing multi-farm deployment challenges, and bulk site creation, among others.

22

The "Art" of SharePoint Troubleshooting

The "Art" of SharePoint Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting can be a frustrating experience. Since SharePoint is a “system of systems” it tends to create some unique challenges that can make things complicated. Finding the right information, configuring the correct logs, and knowing where to find help can make the difference between a minor error and days of frustration. While it may at times seem like some people are just “born with” an ability to troubleshoot there are methods the rest of us can use to systematically locate and eliminate errors. The goal of this session is to go beyond common issues and their fixes by also looking at effective techniques for troubleshooting SharePoint.

9

SharePoint 2013 Hybrid end-to-end

SharePoint 2013 Hybrid end-to-end

A Hybrid environment combining SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Online can fuse together the very best elements of both systems and offer a seamless experience to end-users when implemented correctly - in addition to providing you with cost savings. Attend this session to understand the solutions SharePoint hybrid environments support. We'll walk through the end-to-end configuration process covering infrastructure, identity management and SharePoint integration points. We'll use Search as a real-world example. Hybrid is a real way to begin to take advantage of cloud economics, achieve user-productive scenario benefits and the deployment approach is entirely supported by Microsoft.

19

Build SharePoint Single Page Apps with Angularjs

Build SharePoint Single Page Apps with Angularjs

A single page application (SPA) is composed of a single HTML page and AJAX to dynamically respond to user interaction. An SPA can improve the user experience creating more responsive and performant apps. This session will demonstrate the basics of building a single page application for SharePoint using open frameworks including AngularJS and Bootstrap.

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Speaker Bio: Chris Beckett is an information systems professional with almost 25 years of experience leading and delivering enterprise content management and business process automation solutions. Chris is a Microsoft certified trainer and SharePoint master and has been a dedicated SharePoint solutions specialist as a consultant, trainer, author and speaker since 2003. Chris is currently the founder and technical principal at Obeflow.
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20

Introduction to Records Management in SharePoint 2013

Introduction to Records Management in SharePoint 2013

This session will focus on enterprise content management and records management features in SharePoint 2013. It will tie together various capabilities built into SharePoint 2013 such as record declaration, managed metadata, document IDs, content organizer, content hub, policies and e-discovery in order to support your enterprise records management initiatives. It will also talk to many of the changes in ECM and records management from SharePoint 2010.

21

Search Topology and Optimization

Search Topology and Optimization

Come join us to learn about the SharePoint 2013 Search Topology and how it differs from 2010. In this session we will be diving deep into scripting a high availability search topology, keeping it healthy and manage your day-to-day search operations.

Learn about how to optimize your search for best performance and search relevancy, to support reliable search applications. Together, we will review where Search lives in the farm, the crawl components of search to implement a scalable farm. Isn’t search after all the engine that drives SharePoint?

24

Windows Azure - Farming in the Cloud

Windows Azure - Farming in the Cloud

This session will focus on how to create a highly available internet facing SharePoint farm in the cloud with virtual machines, using AlwaysOn Availability Groups and Azure Availability Sets. We'll cover the following steps: 1. Configuring Windows Azure Components. 2. Configuring Domain Controllers. 3. Configuring SQL Server VMs. 4. Configuring SharePoint VMs. 5. Configuring Windows Server Failover Cluster. 6. Creating AlwaysOn Availability Groups and Adding Databases.

By Andy Talbot
Twitter: @SharePointAndy

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SharePoint & ADFS in the real world

SharePoint & ADFS in the real world

We’ve all seen those next-next-finish demos of connecting SharePoint to ADFS. Just a few lines of PowerShell and you’re done, right? Not really. When you choose to implement SAML claims with SharePoint (because that’s what it is) there are a number of difficulties that you’ll need to overcome. The people picker doesn’t work anymore, user profile import becomes more complicated and even using some SharePoint apps will be problematic. We’ll also cover the infrastructure side like making it work with host named site collections, reverse proxy servers and federation with other user directories.

19

OAuth Step By Step for SharePoint Apps

OAuth Step By Step for SharePoint Apps

To develop cloud-hosted apps with SharePoint 2013 requires understanding OAuth for authentication. This session will deep dive into how OAuth works for SharePoint Cloud-Hosted Apps with Office 365 with code walkthroughs in ASP.NET and Nodejs.

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28

Office 365 Public Websites: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Office 365 Public Websites: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

SharePoint has been capable of providing enterprise grade websites for a number of versions, however these were typically associated with enterprise costs. With the latest release of Office 365, SharePoint 2013 online makes many of these features affordable and available for everybody. This overview of Web Content Management in SharePoint Online will cover the new features available and demonstrate the ease of use of SharePoint 2013 online for everybody from designers and developers to web content editors (The Good). The pro’s and con’s will also be presented, including limitations where escalation to senior Office 365 engineers has resulted in a brick wall (The Bad) and those with workarounds (The Ugly). Whether you are building a new primary website for your organisation or a small microsite, an understanding of the benefits and limitations of SharePoint 2013 Online is essential.

By Aonghus (Gus) Fraser / @gusfraser / Lead SharePoint Consultant at http://c5.je (built on O365!)

29

Search-Driven Application Development in SharePoint 2013

Search-Driven Application Development in SharePoint 2013

SharePoint Search has dramatically changed over the last few years. With the addition of FAST technology, it has become a world-class engine for discovering content residing within and outside of SharePoint. It has also taken on another very important role as the heart of what are called Search-Driven Applications. It is now easier than ever to harness its power to drive a good portion of the core logic in an application. This session will examine Search within the context of application development and will review basic search engine-related topics including schema development, content search web parts and catalogs, and design templates but more importantly will build on these concepts and develop a small search-based ecommerce site. We will utilize the Search engine to surface content stored in SharePoint catalogs and will quickly discover how easy and fun it is to create powerful search-driven applications on the SharePoint platform.

21

SharePoint 2013 Enterprise Development [intermediate]

SharePoint 2013 Enterprise Development [intermediate]

Being an enterprise consultant in many companies across the globe, the most common phrase I come across each client\supplier I've helped last year is "each team as a different way to do it"

Although this approach could work on small clients in a small\medium\huge companies it's overkill.

In this awesome session learn how can you structure your development for SharePoint 2013 enterprise solutions.

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BCS – uncovering the mysteries.

BCS – uncovering the mysteries.

Business Connectivity Services is a very good idea that appeared rather simple – a transparent view of the other data that are not stored in the Sharepoint, though it looks like. First version called Business Data Catalog was rather simple and provided read-only access to data. This evolved in Sharepoint 2010 with read write support, and now has evolved even more in SharePoint 2013 with additional features.
In this talk, we will try to make an overview of the components that are contained in the Business Connectivity Services, will try to describe key notions like filters, associations, and providers. Then we will discuss the possible implementation of the data providers that you could implement yourseld.
After that, we will discuss the new functionality in SharePoint 2013, such as ODATA provider, an ability to have an app-scoped external type, events, and other enhancements.

5

SharePoint PowerShell Time Machine (Jack Fruh)

SharePoint PowerShell Time Machine (Jack Fruh)

Have you ever wished you had more hours in the day?

We might have the next best thing!

Find out how you can go back in time using PowerShell with SharePoint!
In this session you'll learn the basics of PowerShell with SharePoint, and you'll see a few scripts that can help you go back in time by enabling versioning, recording Site Groups and Users and more. Between our "time travel" scripts, and scripts that just save time, this is one session that pays for itself. This material is all usable as soon as you've completed the session!

About the presenter:
Jack Fruh is a SharePoint Admin for a Fortune 500 company with 44,000 employees. Using no 3rd party tools, He's relied heavily on PowerShell.

Visit Jacks website for lots of helpful PowerShell Scripts at
http://sharepointjack.com
Follow @sharepointjack on twitter.

  • I have spent many many hours working as a SharePoint Developer Architect and Consultant for lots of organisations in the UK such as the NHS, Tarmac, O2, Lloyds of London, Lloyds TSB, BT etc.

    More recently, I spend all my time either marketing or developing DocRead for SharePoint. Strange mix I know, but I still love to develop so I always make sure I keep my hand in.

    When I am not telling the world about DocRead, I am very active in the SharePoint community and am one of the co-founders of the SharePoint-Community.net. I also moderate the 2nd largest SharePoint group on LinkedIn.

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