See you at SPTechCon Boston 2010

August 31, 2010

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 Adlib Software will be a Gold Sponsor at SPTechCon Boston this year on October 20 -22, 2010. Please drop by Booth # 301 and see us if you are attending. Here’s what we’ll be doing at the show:

  • Attending sessions, workshops, and technical classes to learn more about SharePoint 2010. Especially those that discuss topics that includeworkflows, SharePoint Designer 2010, and metadata.
  • We’ll have a booth in the exhibit hall so it will be easy to find us. Drop by booth 301 to discuss or see a demonstration of what’s new in Adlib PDF for SharePoint.
  • I’ll be speaking at the “Lightning Talks” event on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 5:15 – 7 p.m. My topic will be about increasing the value of your SharePoint investment though automated document transformation. Learn how Adlib PDF for SharePoint can convert, combine and enhance documents in SharePoint and turn it into useful information for people. Don’t be late, these sessions are only 6 minutes long each. If that doesn’t prove to be interesting, at least there will be pizza…

We attended SPTechCon San Francisco in February 2010 and were pleased with the quality of the event and the opportunity to engage with other partners in the Microsoft SharePoint ecosystem and businesses that were deploying or planning to deploy SharePoint. My biggest dissapointment with SPTechcon San Francisco was its misleading name – it was actually held in Burlingame, California, right by the San Francisco airport. I shared the kind of frustration I imagine the occupants of Alcatraz must have felt with the beautiful city of San Francisco so close by. (Granted, from Alcatraz it was a 2.4 kilometer swim across the shark-infested bay, and for us, it was only the monetary inconvenience of $100+ in cab fare to get downtown.)

Anyway, I am sure that the setting for SPTechCon Boston 2010 will be just grand; see you there! Hope you swing by and visit us at Booth #301 and/or check out my talk Wednesday evening.

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