The best SharePoint Conference in Europe is back this November in Amsterdam, and by booking before the end of June you will qualify for the Super Early Bird discount. Like last year, the event will include an Office 365 track as part of its forty seminars and workshops.
Dan Holme, a speaker who has been involved with SharePoint Connections, as it was previously called, since the beginning and will be at this year's conference, the sixth in Amsterdam, explains in this video clip why you should attend and spread the word about this event.
Dan will be giving a post-conference workshop with the title SharePoint 2013 Masterclass: SharePoint Installation and Configuration from Bare Metal to Farm on November 20, the day after the main conference which takes place November 18 & 19.
In addition to being voted best European SharePoint conference, the SharePoint Connect Conference was also voted third best worldwide, partly due to the opportunities it offers for networking with other delegates and the speakers. The idea is that if you attend, you get easy access to speakers during sessions and throughout the conference. The popular SharePint evening after the first day’s sessions, included in the ticket price along with lunches and other refreshments, will again provide an opportunity to socialize with other SharePoint enthusiasts.
Until June 30 you can benefit from a Super Early Bird discount of €200 off the full price of the conference of €599, making it just €399 and €150 off the full price of a workshop (limited places available) of €499, that is €349. A 3-day pass for both conference and workshop is just €748 at the Super Early Bird rate. You can benefit from a further 10% discount with the IProgrammer exclusive code TN322.
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