This post was most recently updated on October 11th, 2018.
Exciting announcement to make – I’ll be speaking at SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities (SPS TC for short) on 14.4.2018! It’s one of the biggest SPS events worldwide, and I’m honored my session was accepted on the developer track. I’m really hyped to share some of the cool stuff I’ve been working on!
Looking forward to an awesome SPS TC again!
I’ve attended SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities once before, in 2017, while living in Wisconsin. The event was so well-organized and warmhearted, that I really wanted to go again… Only this time, I ended up submitting a cool session I’ve been working on. There’s already over 500 people registered to the event – looking good so far!
If you’re interested in the event, be sure to register to SPS TC here and join me on 14.4.2018!
Why developers should embrace the citicitizen developer movement?
In my session I’ll be talking about Citizen Developers, and how “real developers” (is that offensive? It’s not supposed to be!) can benefit from the same tools that empower the citizen devs! It’s a fun topic, even if some of the hype might not be grounded in reality… Come check out my session if that sounds outrageous! 😉
I’ve got some fun demos to show, and I’m really looking forward to the event (fingers crossed there won’t be that many demo effects)! You can find me from room P0842 at 1:15-2:30.
So… See you at SPS TC! 😎
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