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June 11
SharePoint Evolution Conference Road show

​I am proud to announce that I will be speaking at all 12 cites on the SharePoint Evolution Conference Road show that is being held from Monday 9th June 2014 to Wednesday 25th June 2014. This blog post will provide links to material that I mentioned during my sessions. The three sessions I'll be presenting on during the road show are:

​Building an App Forms Business Solution

In this session, after a brief introduction on how to use Microsoft Access® 2013 to build Microsoft® SharePoint® apps with a full SQL Server® database, Penny will demonstrate how such technology was used in an actual business scenario. Most of the session will be ‘no-code’, and Penny will discuss hints and tips that she found useful. This session is applicable to information users, using either Office 365™ or an on-premises installation of Microsoft SharePoint® 2013. This session also briefly summarise other existing and planned SharePoint-related Microsoft Forms solutions, such as Excel Surveys (aka “FoSS”), and Forms on SharePoint Lists (aka “FoSL”).

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SharePoint Conference 2014 Recorded Sessions:

Articles and Blog Posts:

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Enhancing an App Forms Business Solution

In this session, Penny I'll enhance an Access app business scenario, by directly connecting to the app’s SQL Server® database. The session starts with a brief introduction of how the Microsoft® SharePoint® app was built using Microsoft Access® 2013. She I'll then connect to the app database using Business Connectivity Services (BCS), Microsoft Visio® 2013 and several Business Intelligence technologies. Although this is a ‘no-code’ solution, it is a technical session and will cover the Secure Store, and creating external content types. Penny will highlight any limitations between using Office 365™ or an on-premises installation of Microsoft SharePoint® 2013.

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SharePoint Conference 2014 Recorded Sessions:

Articles and Blog Posts

Book

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User Interface Tips and Tricks

Often power users are asked to make their SharePoint site look pretty. This session will look at what a power user should and should not do to enhance the User Interface of sites. It will include explanations of page types, master pages and Page Layouts as well as what is responsive web design. Then using no-code, Penny will amend the look and feel of page, including using composed looks, and adding buttons to the Ribbon and the List Item Menu.

Although this is not a developer session, Penny will talk about how you if you have from time to time added code to a page using the browser, how you should best do it. The session covers both SharePoint in Office 365, and on-premises installations of SharePoint 2013.

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SharePoint Conference 2014 Recorded Sessions:

SP24 Sessions:

Other recorded sessions:

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Other people to follow:

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