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    <p>I&rsquo;ll be speaking about the Tampa, FL Code Camp on July 16th at the University of South Florida.&nbsp; <a href="">Joe Healy</a> posted recently that its sold out, but watch his <a href="">blog</a> for more info as he&rsquo;s trying to get some additional seats opened up!</p>
    <p>My session will spend a very brief time introducing <a title="Microsoft Content Management Server" href="" target="_blank">MCMS</a> for those who aren&rsquo;t familiar, then dive into some of the most common tasks developers face when building out a MCMS site.&nbsp; At the end, I&rsquo;ll reiterate what&rsquo;s coming with MCMS, similar to the news that <a href="">Arpan</a> released at <a href="">TechEd USA</a>&nbsp;&amp; I blogged about here and here.&nbsp; My official session description is as follows:</p>
    <blockquote>In this session we will briefly cover the CMS architecture, features, and key points from a very high level&hellip; then the fun begins! The speaker will go over the major role(s) developers play in building a CMS site from navigation, custom placeholders, and aggregate pages. The overview will only last for roughly 10-15 minutes of the session, where the developer portion will last for 45-50 minutes.</blockquote>
    <p>I&rsquo;m up for talking MCMS, <a title="" href="" target="_blank">SharePoint</a>, and whatever else is on your mind afterwards as I&rsquo;ll be joining any post-event festivities (pub crawl?).</p>
    <p>I&rsquo;ll also be speaking at the <a href="">Jacksonville, FL Code Camp</a> on a similar topic&hellip; maybe by then I&rsquo;ll be able to say more about the future of MCMS (PDC will be right around the corner&hellip; *wink*).</p>
    <p>&raquo; <a href="">Tampa Florida Code Camp &ndash; July 16, 2005</a></p>
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