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Code Camp & Technology Summit 2011

This last Sunday the Code Camp & Technology Summit took place in Auckland at the University of Auckland Business School.

Hi folks,

This last Sunday the Code Camp & Technology Summit took place in Auckland at the University of Auckland Business School.

As usual this event always happens after Teched and is free. Different tracks were available for you to choose. I had the opportunity to check some SharePoint sessions.

More information available: http://www.dot.net.nz/codecamp/default.aspx

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Cheers,

Marcel Medina

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Teched New Zealand 2011

The Teched New Zealand 2011 took place in Auckland this week and I was there.

The Teched New Zealand 2011 took place in Auckland this week and I was there!

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In my opinion the location of the event, organisation and the level of sessions were excellent.

New Zealand is a small country and there were 3 days of event! Just for comparison purposes in Brazil this year the same event will last 2 days.

Diversity is the word that defines the different tracks created:

  • Cloud Computing & Online Services
  • Database & Business Intelligence
  • Development Tools, Languages & Frameworks
  • Development Practices & Architecture
  • Dynamics
  • Exchange & Lync
  • Innovation
  • Office & SharePoint
  • Security, Identity & Management
  • Web and User Experience
  • Windows Client
  • Windows Phone Development
  • Windows Server

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Let's see next year!

Cheers,

Marcel Medina

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2 Years

This is something to celebrate, 2 years blogging!

Hi folks,

This is something to celebrate, 2 years blogging! Well, I have some comments about that.

Things got really busy for me as a result of my dedication to this blog. I am getting more work, which is a positive thing, but on the other hand I am having less time to create articles and posts.

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Since the beginning of this year I have been working on challenging and time-consuming projects. Pretty much during this time I am writing posts based on the experiences (pitfalls, gotchas and workarounds) I am facing along the development.

In my opinion Lessons Learned need to be shared, and that is what I am doing at the moment, which is also a valuable contribution to the SharePoint community. My intention is to keep up doing that plus the creation of articles to demonstrate some Real World scenarios in SharePoint.

At last, but not least I would like to thank the .NET/SharePoint communities that I have an active participation: Codificando.NET and Canal Techshare (former Canal SharePoint). Both communities from Brazil.

Well, let’s keep up the good work! Smile

 

Cheers,

Marcel Medina

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