SharePoint Best Practices Conference

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I just got back from the second SharePoint Best Practices Conference, and if anything this was even better than the first.  Of course the weather was wonderful.  I left Cleveland on Sunday with it snowing and arrived in San Diego to sunny temperatures in the 70s.  The hotel staff were terrific, the other speakers were knowledgeable, and there were lots of attendees looking for answers.  I did two presentations and promised that I would post my slides as soon as I got home.  They’ll also be coming out on a Post Conference DVD, but that may take 6 weeks or so.  So PDFs of the slides from my talks are posted below for download.

PDF  Anonymous Access Best Practices

PDF  Publishing (Web Content Management) Best Practices

We’re already talking about the third SharePoint Best Practices Conference so if you missed this one keep an eye out for the next one.  Most conferences focus on the “HOW“ to do SharePoint.  This conference focuses on the “WHY“.  You don’t want to miss the next one.

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Paul Papanek Stork

I am a SharePoint MVP who has specialized in Microsoft products since the mid-1990s. As a "Jack of all Trades" I have developed expertise as a network administrator, developer, and DBA. I works as a consultant/trainer where my breadth of knowledge makes me ideally suited to combine Administrative, Development, and SharePoint Designer topics. My 20+ years of experience and broad background make me a much sought after resource for SharePoint questions that cross traditional boundaries. I was a contributing author to the Developer's Guide to Windows SharePoint Services v3 Platform and the SharePoint Server 2007 Deployment Best Practices. My most recent book, the MCTS Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Configuration Study Guide: Exam 70-631, was released in October, 2009.