It has been quite awhile since I have posted and I needed to get myself back into gear again. I have had a lot going on but I wanted to make blogging a priority this year and haven’t done well up to this point. I have several posts lined up that I want to write and I know as I get to start helping clients deploying SharePoint 2010, I am going to have some great things to share.
To get my rusty blogging skills going again, I wanted to catch up on posting links to presentation I have done over the last several months.
On December 8, I was in Kansas City, MO working at a client and had the opportunity to present at the Heartland SharePoint Users Group. As you can see by the number of times of presented on this subjects, I am excited about the business intelligence features and integration that is coming with SharePoint 2010. This was my first time doing the presentation SharePoint 2010: Insights into BI.
On December 12, I got to attend the SharePoint Saturday Kansas City. The turnout was fantastic and I enjoyed catching up with old friends and making new ones. SharePoint Saturdays always astound me in the fantastic power of the SharePoint community to put on the events and the wonderful talent of speakers that spend their time putting together their presentations. I gave my SharePoint 2010: Insights into BI presentation.
On December 16, I traveled to Springfield, IL to participate in the SharePoint Roadshow. Darrin Bishop put together a great event, it was great to see large turnout and it was great to see Becky Bertram and Matt Bremer. The presentations I gave were SharePoint 2010 IT Pro Overview and SharePoint 2010: Insights into BI.
On January 7, I presented for clients of my consulting firm about the new business intelligence features that will be available in SharePoint 2010. I have posted the slides for SharePoint 2010: Insights into BI.
Finally, on March 9, I presented to the St. Louis SQL Users Group. I put together a new presentation that I hope to give more in the future about SQL and SharePoint. The presentation I gave was titled What SQL DBAs need to know about SharePoint.
I know…I know…this is May…I told you I need to get caught up and blog more.