DAYSPUG Presentation October 9th 2012


Last night I spoke to a great crowd of SharePoint folks at the Dayton SharePoint Users Group (DAYSPUG) in Dayton, Ohio. I knew most of the folks in attendance from other local SharePoint and PowerShell events, so it was nice to see everyone again.

This time instead of talking about PowerShell, which by the way I love to do – I decided to present on Microsoft InfoPath. I have a presentation I have used a few times now that in my opinion is a great intermediate view of what you can do with InfoPath and SharePoint 2010.

The topic is called “Funnel your Info down a new Path“, and it focuses on different types of forms available to you in SharePoint 2010. It was a pleasure to go west to Dayton and present to other Microsoft enthusiasts!

Here are my slides from Slideshare.

Thanks again to Tony Maddin and the rest of the DAYSPUG members for welcoming me to speak. See you all next time!

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DAYSPUG Presentation December 13th 2011


Last night I spoke to a great crowd of PowerShell Enthusiasts at the Dayton SharePoint Users Group (DAYSPUG) in Dayton, Ohio. I knew most of the folks in attendance from other local SharePoint and PowerShell events, so it was nice to see everyone again.

It was a pleasure to speak in front of all of you, and I thoroughly enjoyed the engagement that you all showed.

Since the actual presentation/demo wasn’t much different from my recent engagement at SharePoint Saturday Cincinnati, I’ll simply point to that post for the actual PowerShell and XML code I used in the demos. That content is located here: SPS Cincinnati Post

Here is a post which contains the two Christmas functions I shared last night as well: Two PowerShell Functions for the Christmas Season

Thanks again to Tony Maddin and the rest of the DAYSPUG members for welcoming me to speak. See you all next time!

RD