May 2020 – Virtual conferences


Many of us are continuing to shelter-in-place due to COVID-19. While we all mourn the loss of our in-person conferences, there are several great (and free) online events you can attend this month. I’m thrilled to be speaking at 2 upcoming conferences – Office 365 Nashville and the Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon.

Office 365 Nashville – May 8, 2020
The Nashville organizing team has done a phenomenal job bringing together 30 speakers for this all-day event. With tracks for Power Platform, Office 365 Admin, Developer, Microsoft Teams, etc. you’ll be able to find an array of great sessions to choose from. And you won’t want to miss the end-of-day keynote by Jeff Teper (Corporate Vice President – Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive)! Check out the event schedule and registration, and don’t miss my session at 1pm! I’ll be walking through the process of setting up Azure Cognitive Services, Power Automate, and SharePoint to perform automated sentiment analysis of Yammer group posts.

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Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon – May 27-28, 2020
The virtual marathon is a free 36-hour event that features speakers from all over the world. The organizing teams have pulled sessions from across Microsoft 365 and Azure, including keynotes from several Microsoft product team members. I’ll be delivering my Getting started with SharePoint home sites and hubs session, which outlines what home sites and hubs are and provides practical strategies for implementing them in your organization. Make sure to check out the other marathon speakers and register to attend!

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