Wednesday, September 30, 2009

SharePoint Shop Talk – October 1st, 2009

Another one in our series of SharePoint Shop talk.

Harry Hones is back from vacation, last week he did not participate on the call.

Send your questions to:

Sign up here:

And Just dial in on October 1st, at 12:30 EST.

Here is a photo that I snapped during our SharePoint Shop Talk on September 17th.


On Photo: Paul Galvin and Harry Jones (your can see his back)


Friday, September 4, 2009

SharePoint Saturday in New York

SharePoint Saturday is on the road again, it is coming to NY on September 12th.

SharePoint Saturday NYC is an educational, informative & lively day filled with sessions from respected SharePoint professionals & MVPs, covering a wide variety of topics focused on Microsoft SharePoint technologies.
SharePoint Saturday NYC is FREE, open to the public and is your local chance to immerse yourself in SharePoint!

Sign up now


Learning Tree New York
One New York Plaza-31st Floor
New York, NY 10004
Tel:  917-206-0500
Fax: 917-206-0521

Please stop by to say Hi.

I’ll be speaking on one of my favorite subjects, FAST ESP.

Why you might be interested in this subject?

Read sessions description…

Search: Next generation of search – Raise your expectations. Part1

SharePoint 2010 is coming soon, but what do you know about its search offering.
File shares, database records, document libraries, tons of information that is only useful if you know what you have. Do not loose you intellectual property, discover and organize it through search. Apply multiple layers of information architecture and start  treating search as your business Intelligence  tool. 

Search: Next generation of search – Raise your expectations. Part2

This session offers a technical dive into FAST enterprise search engine.  Walk through content sources, document processing pipelines, index, and query results processing. As well as tips on tuning documents ranking based on the data extracted from documents.  Exploring lemmatization features, entity extraction, and dictionaries. As well as fine tuning search to speak you company language.

I’ll see you there :-)