I’ve been looking into Project Server 2010 for various clients lately and figured I’d show off it’s features at the User Group tomorrow night in Perth, Western Australia. Hope to see you there!
My good mate, Jose Flores is also presenting on using SharePoint Designer 2010 to create data centric applications so hopefully he’s showing off the XSLT List View Web Part in all its glory etc!
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After a month's break, we're back for July with a user group meeting Thursday 15th July 5:30pm to 7:10pm at EXCOM 23 Barrack Street, Perth.
We have two awesome presentations catering for a non-technical & technical audience, pizza sponsored by Beacon Technologies and some giveaways including a Resharper Licence from JetBrains. Subscriptions to TekPub and some left over conference bags from the Australia SharePoint Conference.
5:30pm to 6:15pm
Title: How Project Server 2010 can help your organisation
Jeremy Thake, SharePoint MVP, will present the benefits of Project Server 2010 on SharePoint Server 2010. This high level overview will help you understand the value of this in your organisation from Centralised Resource Management, Planning, Budgetting, Reporting and lots lots more!
Level: Not technical, aimed at Project Managers and anyone interested in understanding more about Project Server 2010
6:25pm to 7:10pm
Title: Using SPD2010 to create Data Centric applications
In one way or another someone will request a custom SharePoint application driven by external data. This presentation will explore the new SharePoint Designer 2010 functionality using XSLT List View Web Part. We will demonstrate how we can leverage SharePoint Designer 2010 to assist with line of business data integration. We will also look into conditional formatting and various data source access methods available out of the box. Eg. REST, SOAP, DB, XML. Presented by Jose Flores, SharePoint Solutions Architect, Beacon Technologies.
Assumption: Previous exposure to SharePoint Designer 2007 or SPD 2010.
Pizza sponsored by Beacon Technologies.
Venue sponsored by EXCOM