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  • Recap of Conversation with MS's Sonya Koptyev Regarding the Future of FormsMonday, February 23, 2015
    ‚ÄčLast week, Microsoft product manager Sonya Koptyev sat online on a conference call on ITUnity to discuss the future of forms with SharePoint. She was clear that she wasn't sharing any new information, but she did a good job of catching everyone up on the latest, which is namely, that: There is no InfoPath client 2016. InfoPath 2013 is the last client that will ever be. You will still using the 2013 client for building forms in the next version of SharePoint Nothing will change on the ...
  • Upcoming Regional EventsFriday, February 13, 2015
    Two of my favorite local SharePoint training events are now officially on the books and they are both looking for speakers and sponsors.   SharePoint Saturday St. Louis will be taking place this year at the St. Louis University Workforce Center on March 21. You can learn more at www.sharepointsaturdaystl.com .   SharePointalooza will take place on September 18th and 19th in Branson, MO. Find out more at www.sharepointalooza.org .
  • SharePoint 2013 No-Code Solutions Class Next WeekTuesday, February 03, 2015
    Interested in learning how to use SharePoint Designer to create business solutions in SharePoint ? Next week I'll be delivering that class at the Technology and Leadership Center at Washington University .‚Äč A nice side benefit to taking a class at the new center is enjoying a nice view of downtown St. Louis, including the Arch, on a nice sunny day like today.