Inside the mind of a SharePoint Architect

  • May 21, 2014 · 6:00 PM

Featured Speaker: Noorez Khamis
Noorez Khamis is a Microsoft recognized MVP in SharePoint Technologies. He has a background as a Senior Information Management Consultant & Senior SharePoint Solutions Architect with comprehensive experience in enterprise scale information solutions and portals. His technical background involves the project management, envisioning, architecting and hands-on development of complex IT solutions. He has 13+ years of industry experience in a consulting capacity while having been directly involved in hundreds of projects spanning the entire SharePoint spectrum including collaboration, document management, records management, business process management as well as web and enterprise content management solutions. His latest experience includes the administration and project lead of large development teams in his roles as IT Director and Senior Consulting Manager at enterprise IT consulting companies. As a Microsoft SharePoint MVP and a highly accomplished applications architect, Noorez has a strong base in on-premises and cloud based information solutions capable of guiding clients to meet their IT needs. Noorez is also an active blogger, speaker, trainer, community contributor and an evangelist of the SharePoint platform.

Topic: Inside the mind of a SharePoint Architect

Abstract: On any SharePoint project, the core of the solution being built should be designed and architected first before being developed. With the flexibility of SharePoint solutions (specifically SharePoint 2013), there is never one way to design it right. The experienced SharePoint Architect however is able to figure out the best way for the project, constraints and client at hand. This session is meant to give insight to the average SharePoint Professional on what it takes to become and be a SharePoint Architect. It will help guide the aspiring SharePoint Architect on the items that really need to be thought of when designing an enterprise grade SharePoint solution for your client and at the same time divulge some tricks of the trade learned from the countless enterprise SharePoint solutions I have successfully implemented over the years.

Schedule:
6:00pm – Pizza and social
6:30pm – Introductions and Q&A
7:00pm – Feature Presentation
8:30pm – Prizes and closing

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  • Noorez K.

    Hi everyone, I am doing the same session at SPSToronto (http://www.spsevents.org/city/toronto/toronto2014) in July and HSPUG (http://www.meetup.com/HamiltonSPUG/events/187594512/) so if you missed it, please feel free to attend those sessions. After I do those sessions, I will post a more complete presentation deck on my blog at http://www.khamis.net.

    1 · July 3

  • Michael S.

    Great Presentation, fantastic slides... Where are you going to post the slide deck?

    May 23

  • Noorez K.

    Thanks everyone, here is the Yammer group where you can get the firewall cheat sheet I discussed, https://www.yammer.com/sharepointconference, if you can't access it, ping me directly and I can send, I will post the deck on SlideShare in the next week or so

    May 22

  • chilhoan k.

    Excellent Presentation. Thank you for your time.

    May 22

  • Ricardo

    Great presentation and discussions

    May 21

  • Aaron H.

    Great presentation and discussion! Great pizza! Perhaps there should be deeper dives around the various concepts mentioned at future meetings.

    May 21

  • Aaron H.

    Great presentation and discussion! Great pizza! Perhaps there should be deeper dives around the various concepts mentioned at future meetings.

    May 21

  • Greg Z.

    Lots of useful material. Great job!

    May 21

  • Shai P.

    Really wanted to come but looks like I will have to miss it. Crazy day. Have fun guys!

    May 21

  • Siamak N.

    CU there...

    May 15

  • Kanwal K.

    Wish I could attend this intriguing session by Rez. I'll be there in spirit while I spend some time in Vancouver.

    May 8

  • Vishal G.

    Attending

    March 10, 2014

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