We had a great time on the panel and I was so happy to be a part of the IT community in this area! A great addition to the event was having One Squiggly Line create a ‘mind mapping’ visual of some of the talks. Instead of telling you all that was discussed during our panel, check out the visual created during our session:
The #MusicCityCode event is so well run and there are many opportunities to meet new people. I stopped by the ‘Board Game’ Room and learned how to play Hanabi :). You should definitely attend #MusicCityCode next time!
I will be presenting a session titled Power BI & SharePoint – A Marriage Made in Redmond – I will be showcasing business intelligence options within SharePoint, show how we can use Power BI to enhance our BI capabilities, and then show how Microsoft Flow can take your business solution to the next level.
I am speaking in the first speaking slot – come by and say hi!
Thank you everyone for attending! You had great questions and I really enjoyed our time together!
I am happy to announce I will be speaking at this year’s SharePoint Engage conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. The conference runs November 2-3 at the Embassy Suites Raleigh-Durham Airport/Brier Creek and you can find out more information about the conference, including the registration details, on the SharePoint Engage 2016 homepage.
I will be speaking on Building Future-Proof SharePoint Solutions with No Code.
I really hope to see you there – when you attend, make sure to say hi! I would love to have a chat and see how you are using SharePoint and Office 365 to drive your business.
I had a great group of attendees in my session – great conversations on enabling users to find value in solutions!
Let’s keep the conversation going – reach out on Twitter!
It is generally a good idea to try software before you purchase or implement it fully. We have already seen a great interest in SharePoint Server 2016 and we have installed the trial version many times to give the ‘try before you buy’ experience to our clients.
Once you decide to go from the trial license to the ‘full’ RTM version, the process to convert your license is simple and is the same as it has been in earlier SharePoint versions. The license conversion starts on the Central Administration site – you can do this via PowerShell, but we will be using the GUI this time.
Select the Convert farm license type link found within the Upgrade and Migration section.
On the Convert License Type page, enter your SharePoint Server 2016 Product Key (it will be in the format: XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX) and then click the OK button.
After waiting a few moments….
if you entered a valid key, you should see the screen below.
When you return to the Convert License Type, the new type will be shown.
Join me for the July 28th Cincinnati SharePoint User Group meeting! There will be giveaways, food, and I will be talking about building awesome SharePoint solutions without using code. Out of the box SharePoint features will be highlighted, along with store add-ins, and there will be time for Q&A at the end.