Archive for November, 2011
On Saturday the 12th of November I presented a session on “Developing for SharePoint Online” at the second SharePoint Saturday in the UK. The session was aimed at SharePoint developers who had no or little experience building solutions to run in SharePoint Online which is part of Office 365. I’ve included the slides at the end of this post but if you didn’t make it the key points are summarised below.
SharePoint Online Flavours
SharePoint Online is part of Office 365 which has two broad offerings; the Office 365 public cloud and Office 365 dedicated.
As the name suggests the public cloud is a shared environment so other people will be using the same servers to run their SharePoint sites. To ensure one customer doesn’t affect another customer… Continue reading Developing for SharePoint Online »
On the 12th of November I’ll be presenting a session on ‘Developing for SharePoint Online’ at SharePoint Saturday UK. The session is aimed at SharePoint developers who are interested in getting an overview of how to develop solutions in SharePoint Online which is part of Office 365. It will cover an brief overview of what SharePoint Online offers, the limitations and techniques to get around some of the biggest limitations of this environment. This is a developer focused session so it will have a technical focus but won’t be a deep dive – I’ll leave that to Steve Fox in the following session “SharePoint and the Cloud: Crash or Convergence?”.
There are 8 different tracks and heaps of great sessions so if you can make it I’d recommend it… Continue reading Speaking at SharePoint Saturday UK »