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    We arrived on the Sunny Gold Coast on Sunday, had a nice meal and an early night to prepare for our what no doubt is going to be a very long week ahead.

    Yesterday morning we registered, recieved our name tags, backpacks, then jumped straight into our first day of a 2-day Sharepoint Deep Dive.

    Details of the Deep Dive are as follows:

    Presenter: Mick Bradan, Sharepoint, Integration Consulting/Trainer

    Duration: 2 days
    Workshop type format

    Day 1
    Module 1 – MOSS/WSS Feature Intro
    Module 2 – Content Types
    Module 3 – Customisation with Master Pages, WebParts
    Module 4 – Customisation with SPD, CSS + Data Frm
    Module 5 –

    Day 2
    Module 6 – Search
    Module 7 – Records Management
    Module 8 – Customising a Publishing Site
    Module 9 – Developing Workflows
    Module 10 – Using Excel Services +XL WS
    (Optional lab – Building and Hosting InfoPath Forms)

    The 1st day was great, the majority of the content was very useful, however the last module we covered about creating custom web parts, was specifically targeted at ASP.NET 2 developers, which I’m not, however it did give us an idea of what’s required.

    Today should be more of the same, detailing all the features/possibilities of SharePoint, looking foward to it. Tonight is also the opening party, not 100% sure what that entales, but we’ll find out soon enough.

    Jason Cartwright
    Jason Cartwright
    Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021

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