SharePoint Saturday Warsaw 2016

logo1noweOn September 17th the first SharePoint Saturday event  ever to be organized in Poland took place in Warsaw. About 200 people turned in to see sessions by Polish and European experts and to take part in workshops on SharePoint and Office 365. Some of the invited guests were: Gokan Ozcifci MVP from Belgium, Gilles Pommier MVP from France, and Thorbjorn Vaerp MCT from Norway.

Share Your Point! was a media partner of this great event. Right now we can assure you there will be the second SharePoint Saturday Warsaw in 2017… and it will be held in a bigger venue, because the hall was packed to its limits!

Below you will find some photos from the conference. For more, follow the link!Ak2XR4lrhCL1q1BykYKe44vDqKCL

Slide decks and videos will follow soon.



New Microsoft tutorials for SharePoint devs


Microsoft released a series of tutorials for SharePoint developers. It’s goal is to help developers in coding and deployment of their apps. Tutorials contain sample code and examples to teach junior devs SharePoint development and showcase them features and development techniques of the SP framework.

There are four tutorials already finished:

Step 1: InfoPath, a sample, its future, and next steps

Step 2: Out of the Box to emulate InfoPath (no-code)

Step 3: Configuration of Out of the Box and slight customization with jQuery

Step 4: Customization with KnockoutJS, HTML5, and MVVM patterns

Furthermore, next 2 steps are in the works:

Step 5: SharePoint Add-In

Step 6: Provider Hosted Add-In

You can find more information on MSDN blog HERE.

SharePoint 2016 MSDN/MPN


In March Microsoft released the trial version of SharePoint 2016 and announced that it will be globally available in the beginning of May… and now SharePoint Server 2016  is available for MSDN/MPN subscribers!

Installation media was published (for subscribers only) on May 2.

On May 4 there will be futher announcements about SharePoint 2016, Office 365 and OneDrive at SharePoint Virtual Launch Event. Stay with us for more details!


Office 365 news update


Some new interesting things happened in the O365 world. Here’s a summary of what has occured in the last days:

What are your thoughts about it? Share your insights in the comments!

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