In 2009 Solvera Solutions started a biennial Professional Development Conference for it's employees. On March 18th and 19th the event returns for it's second iteration. This year I will be doing a presentation about development for SharePoint 2010. Unfortunately you can not attend unless you are a Solvera employee, but I wanted to mark the occasion because it's my first foray into speaking about SharePoint. At a whooping 2 hours and 45 minutes, expect there to be a lot of information in this session.
Here's a short description of the presentation:
An Introduction to SharePoint
More and more businesses are investing in a SharePoint infrastructure. It is rapidly becoming one of the major collaboration platforms in enterprise environments. But how do you get started working with SharePoint, and exactly what is it capable of? This session will give you an in-depth look at the building blocks of SharePoint, the process of developing solutions and some of the possibilities the platform can offer.
This is part of the technical track of the conference which means there will be lots of code samples and demonstrations. If all goes well I expect I will also do a (condensed version of the) presentation for a public audience, possibly in a local user group.