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SHAREPOINTLANDIA–aka. SharePoint Saturday Portland is Coming soon- May 19th, 2012


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That’s right folks, get ready for SharePoint Saturday to come to Portland Oregon.  We have been working feverishly with the Portland SharePoint User Group and the SharePoint Saturday Board to make this happen.

What is SharePoint Saturday?

SharePoint Saturday is a free educational event focused on Microsoft SharePoint. The event is open to the public and offers something for SharePoint users of all experience levels. SharePoint Saturday is a unique event because it is an event that anyone can attend, and it won’t interfere with your work schedule. Unlike other trade shows and educational events, this event is planned with a community focus: to identify the needs of the local SharePoint community and provide the solutions, you will not get a day of sale pitches. We bring in experts, consultants, and Microsoft MVPs from around the country to share their experiences, tips, and best practices. This is also a great opportunity for you to meet the Portland SharePoint community, ask questions, network, or share your experiences. We hope to have lots of giveaway items as well. Join us!

Where is it?

The event will be at the Eliot Center in downtown Portland. 1226 Southwest Salmon St., Portland OR., 97201

Who is speaking?

We have over 15 different speakers, including some great folks my my team at Slalom  …check out the presentations

  1. Kyle Petersen, SharePoint Development Master

  2. Paul Galvin, SharePoint MVP

  3. Scott Ellis, SharePoint MacGyver and Information Architect

How do I register?

Go to the Portland SharePoint Saturday page, we have a registration link there.

Find out the latest?

Yes we have Twitter, and a Facebook page.  So we plan to post up photos, and have some killer tweets from the event to keep you posted.  Big thing is IF YOU ARE THERE, they won’t really matter.



Come On, Be part of History, be part of the event, make sure you bring your co-workers and fans (even critics) of SharePoint.

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