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B&R Speaking at and Sponsoring SharePoint Saturday Virginia Beach

  • Va Beach ATC 1800 College Cres Virginia Beach, VA 23453 US (map)

Kick off the new year right!  SharePoint administrators, end users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft SharePoint Technologies will meet for the 10th anniversary SPS Virginia Beach event on Saturday, January 6th, 2018.

B&R has three team members that will be presenting the sessions. As a Silver sponsor of the event, be sure to stop by the B&R booth and say hello to the team!


Ben Steinhauser

Modern SharePoint List workflows using Webhooks, Azure Functions, and Azure Storage

Level:  200

Target:  Developer

This will be a live demonstration of creating modern SharePoint List workflows for Office 365 SharePoint Online using Webhooks, Azure Functions (http triggers, queue triggers), and Azure Storage (tables, queues). We’ll breakdown the current “workflow” options like SharePoint Designer, Microsoft Flow, Webhooks and more. And you’ll get a crash course on building C# Azure Functions in real time and deploying them to Azure from Visual Studio 2017.


Josh Carlisle

Build Intelligent Business Solutions with Azure and Office 365

Level:  200

Track:  Developer

As organizations continue their digital transformation to the cloud they are faced with the challenge of having accurate and timely information for their ever increasing number of digital assets being uploaded to the cloud and Office 365 . Join this session to learn how we can use Azure and Microsoft's Cognitive Services to build truly intelligent business solutions in Office 365. In this developer session you we will be introducing you to SharePoint Webhooks, Microsoft Flow, Azure Serverless with Azure Functions, and the Cognitive Services Vision API which when combined can make this a reality. Full project source code will be available on Github.

Modern Site Organization in SharePoint and Office 365

Level:  100

Track:  IT Pro, End User

The SharePoint platform has evolved over the past 15 years. The overall capabilities and limitations of the platform have changed, and new features and services have been added. One question people still ask is, where should I put my site? Create a new sub-site, or provision a new site collection? This session will dive into the considerations for how best to organize your content to ensure that they are easy to use, easy to manage, and most importantly ready and able to take advantage of new innovations like the hub sites that continue to be introduced by Microsoft.