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I’m pleased to announce that I was renewed as a SharePoint MVP again. My first year as an MVP was totally awesome and I can’t wait to see what the next year has in store. I once again want to thank everyone at Microsoft and the SharePoint community. Hands down, SharePoint has the best technical community out there and I am proud to be a part of it. The timing is great as I am on the way to SharePoint Conference 2011 (#SPC11). I am looking forward to seeing old friends again and meeting some people in person for the first time. I am lucky enough to be presenting two sessions at SPC and I am really excited. If you’re at the conference this year, be sure and check out my sessions. I look forward to seeing you there. Thanks!
I’m also giving two talks at this year’s conference and I would love for you to see them.
- #SPC348 – Extending SharePoint 2010 for your customers and partners will cover everything you wanted to know about creating an Extranet with SharePoint 2010. Although, this topic is nothing new, this is a great talk for people just now looking to consider an extranet for his or her organization.
- #SPC364 – Making the most of Search in SharePoint Online. I am beyond excited about this talk because I get to talk about Search and SharePoint Online in the same talk. You might just be amazed at what you can do with Search in the cloud. I’ve got some great demos built using Silverlight and the Search API that you will want to see whether you want to extend search off-premises or on-premises.
Enough with the shameless plug. :) Get ready and I’ll see you at the conference. You can follow me on twitter @coreyroth.
Corey Roth is an Applications Architect at Infusion specializing in ECM and Search.