Well, that’s the title that our Director of Education, James Taylor (JT), at the Orlando .Net User Group has hashed up. I like it. It’s catchy and fun. December user group meetings tend to fade in terms of attendance, so having a catchy title for the meeting might help. Anyhow, this meeting is going to be about SharePoint, and is featuring John Holliday. If you do not know who John is, he is a Microsoft SharePoint MVP and author on the topic.
In doing a bit of research on John, I found that he has not written just one book, but 2 books, and is part of the Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Wrox Box. Here is a run down of the books that he’s written and co-written:
If you’re not impressed with John already, I don’t know what will impress you. :) Maybe these other details will help…
John is a graduate of Harvard and has been developing software for over 25 years. Some of his clients include IBM, Kodak, and AutoDesk. He created a specialized computing language for constructing legal expert systems. In his spare time, he co-founded the Works of Wonder International and the Art of Living Foundation with his wife.
Come on… You’re impressed now, right?
We are not yet sure what his session at the ONETUG will be focused on yet, but I will let you know when I find out. Until then, mark your calendars for John Holliday's session on December 17, 2009. It is sure to be a great time!