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April 21st, 2011 by Tobias Zimmergren
The last week that just passed was filled with quite some cool happenings over at the BPCUK Conference in London. If you’ll follow the #BPCUK tag on Twitter you’ll find all the juicy information that you missed out on – there’s no real need for me to repeat it here
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April 5th, 2011 by Tobias Zimmergren
I will of course be attending this conference and I’ll be delivering an introductory session about Silverlight and SharePoint.
My session: Developing with Silverlight + SharePoint 2010 = Awesome
I’ll be talking about how you can utilize Silverlight in SharePoint 2010 to create some cool RIA applications hosted inside (or outside!) of SharePoint.
In this session you’ll get acquainted with what Silverlight is and how it plays along with SharePoint 2010 in various ways.
We’ll of course be looking at how to create our very own Silverlight Web Parts and applications and host them inside of SharePoint 2010.
The preliminary agenda of the session looks something like this;
- Silverlight 101
- Integrate with SharePoint 2010
- Preferred deployment methods and developer guidance
- Developer patterns
- OOB Experience (Out of Browser) – Bring your Silverlight app to your desktop
- And much more
Last years conference (Evolutions conference)
Just like you already know there was a volcano that found it suitable to erupt just in time for the conference last year that put a cane in the wheels for a lot of the attendees and speakers.
My flights were cancelled in last minute so I had to find another way of making my way to the conference last year. One day before the conference I basically gave up hope and I just posted a tweet on Twitter saying "Hey, I need to go from Sweden to England, any takers?".
A few minutes later a good friend of mine calls me up saying "Hey, I’m going to The Netherlands to pick up my girl since the flights are cancelled and boats and trains are full. I’m leaving in a few hours by car toward NL. Care to join?"
Alright, why not I thought… We drove from Sweden through Denmark, Germany and finally reached Rotterdam in Holland after a long journey. This is where he picked up his girl and were bound to head back to Sweden again.
I’m dropped off there, in the middle of nowhere, without any means of getting back to Sweden or getting on to England. All the boats and trains were full, remember?
This is where I’m using Twitter again and post a tweet asking if anyone is in Rotterdam and will be driving to England in the near future.
Marianne tweets me back saying "Hey, we’ve got a spare seat in the car, we’ll pick you up tomorrow at 08.00 outside your chosen hotel". Sweet! Now we’re talking.
We drove from Holland through Belgium and France to finally take the Eurotunnel and reach England.
Even though that trip was a real blast and can’t really be depicted in words here, I really hope that the flights are leaving as scheduled this time!
So if you’re attending BPC UK this year and care to join us in our adventures in the SharePoint jungle and the pubs – ping me.
This year I’m counting on the flights and I’m hoping to see as many of you as possible for the conference in London next week.
Until then, be awesome.