Smarter SharePoint KC User Group: Where Smart People Go To Talk About SharePoint
 
WHAT
 
Smarter SharePoint
KC User Group
 
 
WHEN
 
Tuesday
August 30, 2016
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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WHERE
 
Microsoft Office
Corporate Woods
10801 Mastin Blvd 6th Floor
Overland Park, KS, 66210
 
Troubleshooting and Tuning SharePoint Online Performance
This month's Smarter SharePoint will be hosted by DEG's Nick Aranzamendi and Richard Bishop. They will be presenting their recommendations for troubleshooting and optimizing SharePoint online performance, as well as best practices and recommendations for developing maintainable and performant JavaScript solutions for SharePoint.
>>REGISTER HERE<<
Nick Aranzamendi is the Enterprise Collaboration / SharePoint technical lead for DEG. He began working on SharePoint starting with the launch of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 and has continued to increase his knowledge of all things SharePoint and o365. Check out his blog at: http://www.sharepoint13blog.com/

For the past 5 years, Richard Bishop has been learning and growing his abilities in web development on the .Net platform and client-side frameworks like AngularJS. He is currently a SharePoint Engineer for DEG and has been focusing on client-side UI using HTML5, AngularJS, and SASS for the enterprise collaboration clients of DEG. The knowledge and experience gained at DEG boosted his web game and he is ready to share it.
 

Location: Microsoft Office | Pizza will be provided
Please register for this event at: http://kcsmartersharepoint.eventbrite.com/

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