Sorry it’s taken me a little while to get this post up, but I had a great time in Haarlem, The Netherlands the week before last at the Unity Connect conference. The conference is “under new management” – as it were – this year, and though I haven’t attended this particular event in the past, it’s top notch. I look forward to where George Coll (@GeorgeColl) and the other folks from Blue Whale Web (who are running the IT Unity brand now) take things.
The location was pretty amazing, as it was in the Philharmonie Haarlem. It’s a modern concert and performance venue built into a very old building (at least to us Americans!). Check out this photo of Dux Sy (@meetdux) after he presented in the main concert hall.
I delivered two sessions at the conference, and links to the two slide decks are available below.
Several people have asked about the code examples I showed. You can find the small survey in my KO SharePoint repo on Github. The Sliding Quick Launch CSS (courtesy my colleague Julie Turner [@jfj1997]) is in our Sympraxis Conference Demos repo on Github.
I also had the great pleasure of speaking at the Dutch Information Worker User Group (DIWUG) the evening before the conference started, along with Adis Jugo (@adisjugo). The slides from that talk – Creating a Great User Experience in SharePoint – are below.