Chris O’Brien to speak at ‘SharePoint Evolution Conference 2015’ and ‘Microsoft Ignite Conference’.

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28/10/2015

Chris O’Brien is scheduled to speak at the SharePoint Evolution Conference 2015 (20th -22nd April) in London and again at Microsoft’s Ignite conference in Chicago (4th – 8th May).

Chris, an independent Consultant who currently acts as Head of Development at Content and Code will be presenting two sessions at SharePoint Evolution Conference 2015, ‘Dealing with Application Lifecycle Management in Office 365 app development’ and ‘New developer choices – comparing Apps for SharePoint with external Office 365 apps’.

At Ignite in Chicago, Chris will be presenting one session ‘Dealing with Application Lifecycle Management in Microsoft Office 365 App Development’ and featuring on the panel for the ‘Transforming Your SharePoint Full Trust Code to the Office App Model’ session.

Steve Crompton, Enterprise Social and Office 365 Consultant

Chris said “I am very happy to be presenting at both conferences and sharing the real-world knowledge my team and I have gained recently. It’s always great to be part of the discussion on a global scale, and to be recognised as a key contributor.”

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