Webinar | Evolving SharePoint and Office 365 Development, a New World of Opportunities

Oooooh how I love January. A time for new beginnings. A chance to rebuild. An opportunity to commit to totally unrealistic resolutions. An equal opportunity to break said resolutions. That new year smell is…wait…wait hold on… *looks at calendar* …it’s February? Wasn’t I just recovering from a New Year’s hangov-…I mean, drinking coffee, and reading a book about historical things? Wasn’t I just watching the Justin Timberlake concert… er… I mean… the Super Bowl? Holy habanero on a hippo the Eagles won the SuperBowl?? And here I thought nobody put Tom Brady in a corner. But wait! Does this mean it’s already time for…no it couldn’t be…
It’s time for the next episode of the PixelMill Webinar Series! In this month’s session “Evolving SharePoint and Office 365 Development, a New World of Opportunities”, we welcome back Microsoft MVP & Regional Director, President & Co-Founder of PixelMill, and recovering candyholic, Eric Overfield (@ericoverfield) to guide us through a review of current development tools available to us now and how the heck to figure out when to use what. You want a review of Office 365 and SharePoint development with regards to the SharePoint Framework? We got it. Rehash previous methodologies and take a look at the new tools, when to use them and how they help us build future-friendly solutions and interfaces on SharePoint that users will adopt? Yeah, we’ll go a few rounds. How about investigating the SharePoint Framework, but more importantly SharePoint REST API’s to talk to and work with SharePoint using modern web development techniques? You bet your buffalo nickels we’ll be covering that.
Protip:  you may want to call your old friend Mr. Toad – this is going to be a wild ride.
Why You Should Attend
Besides the fact that webinars are an excellent way to engage with fellow community members and industry thought leaders, this is a chance to get caught up on the latest happenings of the Development universe. As a developer at heart, Eric strives to keep the community as up-to-date as possible. SharePoint development has gone through four primary development models, from Full Trust to sandbox to Add-ins and now the SharePoint Framework. Learn how the new tools and techniques fit into the broader SharePoint development models.
Audience
While this session is geared towards those with a general understanding of SharePoint and Office 365 development, we encourage newcomers to dive right in. This is also a good chance for company leaders and managers to learn where your Development team should be focusing their energy, as well as what’s available to get them there. And don’t worry–while this session is an hour long, it includes a 15-minute Q&A from 12:00 PM to 12:15 PM PST.
 
Bottom line, join us on February 22nd at 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM PST. If you have questions now that you want to make sure Eric gets to, send them here.
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