February Tampa SharePoint User Group & Women in SharePoint Tampa

We have two announcements for two events all happening on the same day 2/26/2012.
1. Tampa SharePoint User Group is meeting once again.
2. Women in SharePoint Tampa

The next Tampa SharePoint User Group meeting will be on February 26, 2012 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Microsoft Offices in Tampa.

SESSION:

SharePoint 2013:  The New Workflow Infrastructure

In this session, you will receive an overview of workflow and Business Process Management (BPM) and what this means with the new design tools, such as SharePoint Designer 2013, for workflow hosted by SharePoint 2013. In addition, you will learn about the architectural changes to the platform and other enhancements that have been added.

 

This presentation recognizes the technical solutions available within SharePoint 2013 and the considerations for extending those capabilities above and beyond SharePoint 2013.  This presentation considers the following:

 

  1. See what is new in the new SharePoint 2013 workflow infrastructure
  2. The  move from SharePoint hosted workflows to using the Workflow Manager Server and Windows Azure Workflow
  3. Expanding from SharePoint workflows to enterprise business applications
  4. Moving beyond Information management to information usage throughout the enterprise

Speaker: Corro’ll (Corel) Driskell, Sr.

Corro’ll Driskell is Senior Solution Architect, instructor and AIIM SharePoint Master at K2. Corro’ll has spoken at conferences, such as, SharePoint Best Practice Conference, ARMA 2011 Conference and a number of SharePoint Saturday’s throughout the United States. Equally important, Corro’ll is a graduate of Georgia State University. Previously, Corro’ll focused on helping organizations improve how they capture, classify, govern, search and retrieve information using technologies and processes. Today, Corroll’s focus is on leveraging worldwide best practices for building process driven applications and line-of-business integration through-out an enterprise. Corro’ll was the original founder of the DiscoverSharePoint user group and, previously, served as the chair. Today, you can find Corro’ll in Atlanta, Georgia USA with his wife and children spending quality time.

Click here to register.

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First meeting of Women in SharePoint Tampa
will meet from
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
in the same large room on the 7th floor of the
Microsoft Corporation Building
5426 Bay Center Drive, Tampa, FL.

This is our first meeting! We will use the time to get to know each other, talk about what we want from this opportunity, set up agendas or speakers for the next meetings, and start talking about volunteer opportunities for helping girls get started in technology or coding. Your ideas and suggestions are very needed.

Women in SharePoint is a national organization that began in Washington, DC. See their site at http://womeninsharepoint.org/SitePages/Home.aspx . Rima Reyes is President of the Federal Women in SharePoint group.

This group is planning on meeting every 4th Tuesday of the month with the exception of the following months: July, August, November and December.

To RSVP for the Women in SharePoint Tampa meeting, please go to http://www.meetup.com/Women-in-SharePoint-Tampa-SPUG/

To RSVP for the Tampa SPUG, please go to http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5497099974

If you have any questions please contact me at mhinckley@dsm.net

Look forward to seeing you there!

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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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