It’s one thing to design an implementation plan for SharePoint 2013, on premises, or in the cloud via SharePoint Online, Office 365, but, often, quite another, to manage the plan through to success. One of the key operating pricinciples, and, certainly a deciding factor, is the core technical expertise required to deliver on the plan on budget and on time.
Any organization with a training budget to spend, and a clear notion of how SharePoint will help users successfully complete daily computing tasks, should seriously consider sending personnel to SPTechCon, which will be held in San Francisco from April 22 – 25, 2014.
Each of the instructors included in this conference is an acknowledged subject matter expert in his, or her field of expertise. Many are Microsoft® MVPs. Asif Rehmani, President of Rehmani Consulting, Inc. and the creative force behind SharePoint-Videos.com, will lead two courses:
- Non Developer Options for Creating Solutions in SharePoint 2013
- and, Build SharePoint 2013 Application Solutions – All You Need is a Browser!
As well, some of the authors of the video tutorial training sets we offer — namely, Dux Raymond Sy, Chris McNulty, and Marc D. Anderson — will be leading courses. Two of the participants in our webinar on SharePoint adoption, namely Susan Hanley and Ruven Gotz, will also be leading courses at the conference.
A quick review of the schedule of technical courses included in this conference demonstrates how a team of stakeholders — including administrators, developers, business analysts and project managers — can participate in a truly immersive training experience, likely to leave each participant with some of the important techniques required to successfully deliver on their respective responsibilities as SharePoint is implemented.
Administrators, developers and architects will likely want to choose courses from either the “Developer Essentials” or the “IT Pro Essentials” tracks. Business Analysts and Project Managers will want to choose courses from the “Information Worker” track. Senior representatives from both groups should consider sessions included in the “Architecture Essentials” track.
At a cost of less than $1700.00 per attendee, SPTechCon 2014 amounts to a highly recommended, very low cost opportunity for in-person training.
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