SharePoint Saturday Bend

Thank you to those who organized, sponsored and most importantly those who attended SharePoint Saturday Bend #SPSBend for another exciting day fill will all things SharePoint. PixelMill was proud to be a sponsor for this SPS, and we look forward to seeing you all again next year, or sooner maybe? If you are going to SharePoint Conference, be sure to stop by and say hi, booth 765, or how about visiting us this Saturday at SharePoint Saturday Sacramento!
For those of you who attended either or both of my sessions, “Branding SharePoint for Evolving Internet Devices” and its followup, “Enhancing SharePoint with Responsive Web Design”, I hope you found both to be educational as well as entertaining. As promised I have posted my slidedeck to slideshare.net, you can view them from SlideShare.net at your leisure.

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