Is this another one of those ‘Why Haven’t I Posted Lately’ entries?

Nah, keeping with our Contender motif, it’s a training camp/fight schedule update. I have some good challenges coming up and I wanted to share them with you.

On the community front, SharePoint Saturday Tampa is on the books for June 26th. We want to defend our title as Florida’s Best SharePoint Event so we are notching up our training. What we want to do is capitalize on any forward or offensive for SharePoint 2010 and while staying grounded with MOSS and 2007 footwork and defense. Can’t win a fight without a little of both and if I can permit another boxing axiom “Speed Kills”. In our case, speed is efficiency, form, strategy and strength all addressing our Business needs whether that is with 2010 or 2007. So our speakers are going to be asked to show us the way forward with both 2010 and 2007. Looking forward to those sessions.

Before that I have some other warm up bouts. I am pleased and honored to take part as a contributing author to Colin Spence and Michael Noel’s SharePoint 2010 Unleashed book for SAM’s.

I’ll presenting SharePoint Identity Crisis at SharePoint Saturday Arabia on 3/27. I am working on hitting the road to present as well to the Orlando User group. I also have a few speaking engagements that need to be confirmed.

Apart from my articles, I have also been asked to write newsletter copy, do some training and instructional design for rapid eLearning tutorials.

The SharePoint Identity Crisis concept is also working its way into a White Paper and a curriculum for multi-session training package that I will be designing and incubating here in Florida for the spring and early summer to be ready for release and mid-summer and Fall.

About mhinckley

Michael Hinckley MCSA, MCITP, MCTS, has over 10+ years specializing in solution architecture for organizations that span from small businesses and global corporations. He is currently the Sr. Program Manager at Tangram. Michael is a recognized speaker and evangelist for Microsoft SharePoint and Business Intelligence stacks. He organizes tech community events (SharePoint Saturdays) throughout Florida and runs the Tampa SharePoint/Office User Group. He is a contributing author for the book Microsoft SharePoint for Business Executives: Q&A Handbook.
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2 Responses to Is this another one of those ‘Why Haven’t I Posted Lately’ entries?

  1. jeniffer says:

    SharePoint Development is evolving with a lightning speed day by day as companies are growing.

  2. Steve says:

    From the look of things, I can’t imagine anyone similarly situated beating you, either in SharePoint-comparable apps, or in the ring, for that matter. Good job!

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