SoftArtisans and OfficeWriter at SPC11

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The big day is almost here! The normally child-clogged streets of Anaheim’s Downtown Disney district are filling up with performance polo-clad techies, my hootsuite is filling up with #SPC11-related tweets and my liver is already filled with anxiety. From Monday, October 3rd through Thursday, October 6th, David (@davidwihl), Chris (@chrisrbaldwin), Ben (@bcjonesey) and I (@softartisans, @officewriter) will be repping OfficeWriter and our brand spanking new SharePoint Solutions Gallery at booth 630. (If you can’t read numbers, just look for the guy in the Mohawk.) If you or anyone you know has a need for generating publishable Word and Excel reports based on SharePoint data and integrating them into your business workflows, we’d love to talk to you. We’re also bowing to the swag gods and giving away a BlackBerry Playbook. To put your name in the hat, just stop by the booth.  

But the booth isn’t the only place to find us. I mean, that would be a little sad, or a lot sad, considering how many amazing sessions and purportedly amazing after-hours events are taking place. So, if you want to connect with any of us outside our home turf, here’s where to do it:

Sessions

David:

  • Jeff Mann’s “Clearing away the Clouds: What’s Hype and What’s Real” (SPC209)
  • Jeremy Chapman and Quin Nikel’s “Got iPads, Android Tablets, Smart Phones and Windows Devices? Managing Office 2010 endpoints in an Interoperable and multi-device World” (SPC350)
  • Steve Fox’s “ Developing Cloud-Based Applications for SharePoint Online Using Windows Azure” (SPC276)
  • Paul Stubbs’ “Windows 8: Developing Metro Style Applications for SharePoint” (SPC3981)
  • Scott Hillier’s “Generating Business Documents Using Word Automation Services and Open XML” (SPC349)

Chris:

  • John Peltonen’s “Documents are boring but document solutions are not.” (SPC340)
  • Thierry D’Hers and Pej Javaheri’s “What’s New for SQL Server ‘Denali’ Reporting Services” (SPC292)
  • Scott Hillier’s “Generating Business Documents Using Word Automation Services and Open XML” (SPC349)
  • Carolyn Chau’s “Creating Vivid BI Reports with ‘Project Cresecent’ for SQL Server Reporting Services” (SPC217)

Ben:

  • Mark Kromer’s “Delivering Data as a Service Using Azure Platform and Self-Service BI at Microsoft” (SPC220)
  • Ted Pattison’s “Developing SharePoint Applications with HTML5 and jQuery” (SPC338)
  • Rafal Lukewiecki’s “Attractive Business Intelligence: Dashboards, Pivots, Scorecards, KPIs, and Reports Using Microsoft” (SPC202)
  • Rob Bogue’s “Customizing Content Publishing Approval Workflows” (SPC333)

Claire:

  • Mark Rackley’s “Best Practices with jQuery and SharePoint” (SPC314)
  • Randy Drisgill’s “Creating Beautiful and Engaging Web Sites with SharePoint 2010” (SPC216)
  • Asif Rehmani’s “SharePoint Designer 2010: a Tool for End Users?” (SPC272)
  • Scott Jamison and Chris Bortlik’s “Drive Adoption and Get Users Excited about SharePoint” (SPC102)

Events

  • (we’re already over attendance, but email me if you’d like to come!)
  • AvePoint’s Red Party
  • Sharesushi
  • Disneyland
  • Axceler/Jornata/Pointbridge/BA Insight/Kodak’s Oktoberfiesta
  • Plus after parties and hotel lobbies (natch)

Whew! And with that, it’s time for me to get packing. See you all there!

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