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Looking at my calendar I see quite a few community speaking events coming up over the next 2-3 months across the US. I'm looking forward to visiting some new places and meeting SharePoint folks in these cities... and I'm sure we'll see a SharePint in each... at least I hope!

Saturday, August 7 - SharePoint Saturday Denver (Denver, CO)

  • Incorporating Managed Metadata in Custom Solutions Microsoft injected strong support for metadata, taxonomies and folksonomies in SharePoint 2010 with the addition of the Managed Metadata service application and Managed Metadata field type. While there is plenty of support for metadata across the platform out-of-the-box, Microsoft has included a very robust API in this latest release of SharePoint 2010 to create custom solutions. In this session we'll explore how we can create custom metadata based solutions for use in SharePoint 2010.
  • SharePoint Saturday Denver

Saturday, August 28 - Jacksonville Code Camp (Jacksonville, FL)

  • Incorporating Managed Metadata in Custom Solutions Microsoft injected strong support for metadata, taxonomies and folksonomies in SharePoint 2010 with the addition of the Managed Metadata service application and Managed Metadata field type. While there is plenty of support for metadata across the platform out-of-the-box, Microsoft has included a very robust API in this latest release of SharePoint 2010 to create custom solutions. In this session we'll explore how we can create custom metadata based solutions for use in SharePoint 2010.
  • Jacksonville Code Camp

Saturday, September 1 - NYC SharePoint User Group (New York City, NY)

  • Incorporating Managed Metadata in Custom Solutions Microsoft injected strong support for metadata, taxonomies and folksonomies in SharePoint 2010 with the addition of the Managed Metadata service application and Managed Metadata field type. While there is plenty of support for metadata across the platform out-of-the-box, Microsoft has included a very robust API in this latest release of SharePoint 2010 to create custom solutions. In this session we'll explore how we can create custom metadata based solutions for use in SharePoint 2010.
  • NYC SharePoint User Group

Wednesday, September 15 - Chicago SharePoint User Group (Chicago, IL)

  • Developing & Extending SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content Management Microsoft made considerable investments in the Enterprise Content Management capabilities in SharePoint 2010. While SharePoint 2010 includes many OOTB features, Microsoft has provided many extensibility points for developers to create robust and custom solutions for ECM scenarios. This session you will demonstrate the out of the box capabilities and how to create document sets declaratively to promote reuse across multiple SharePoint environments. In addition you will see how to introduce custom business logic into the creation of document IDs and interacting with managed metadata programmatically.
  • Chicago SharePoint User Group

Thursday, September 16 - Central Ohio SharePoint User Group (Columbus, OH)

  • Incorporating Managed Metadata in Custom Solutions Microsoft injected strong support for metadata, taxonomies and folksonomies in SharePoint 2010 with the addition of the Managed Metadata service application and Managed Metadata field type. While there is plenty of support for metadata across the platform out-of-the-box, Microsoft has included a very robust API in this latest release of SharePoint 2010 to create custom solutions. In this session we'll explore how we can create custom metadata based solutions for use in SharePoint 2010.
  • Central Ohio SharePoint Users Group

Saturday, October 9 - Houston Tech Fest (Houston, TX)

  • Silverlight for the SharePoint Developer While it was possible to build Silverlight applications in SharePoint 2007, Microsoft has made it much easier in SharePoint 2010. Many SharePoint developers previously avoided Silverlight for various reasons. This session will help those developers get up to speed on what's involved in becoming a Silverlight developer, the tools used in building Silverlight applications, introduce some popular Silverlight development patterns such as MVVM, show you how to use the SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model to interact with SharePoint 2010 sites and the various deployment options for your Silverlight applications.
  • Houston Tech Fest
[Updated 8/1/2010 11a] Added the Houston Tech Fest entry... forgot that in my original post.[Updated 8/11/2010 6a] Added the NYC SharePoint User Group talk and updated my JAX Code Camp talk.
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