Eric's Session at SharePoint Saturday Sacramento 2012

Thank you to everyone who attended my session, Reshaping SharePoint for Evolving Internet Devices at SharePoint Saturday Sacramento #SPSSac. There were some good questions and I hope that everyone was able to learn a thing or two about branding SharePoint with mobile devices in mind.
As promised I have posted my slidedeck to, you can view it at at your leisure.

I will have a recording of my session soon, when it is ready I will update this blog post with a link to that video.
Lastly, there was a comment from one of the attendees regarding media queries in link tags. I am delighted to say that the comment was right on. I wish I could know everything but unfortunately I fall well short and it is the community that I rely on (which is also why I am so eager to contribute it, to pay back for much of my training). Although the tag itself is very easy, as an example

<link href="tablet.css" rel="stylesheet" media="screen and (max-width: 768px)" />

I have a few issues with SharePoint and this tag, so I am writing a more in-depth article on a media query in a link tag where we will explore the tag and it’s ramifications. I do want to thank the attendee (sorry did write down your name, please contact me if you get a chance) for bringing this tag to my attention as it has some interesting uses.
Thanks again everyone and I look forward to our next encounter.

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