Paul Stork to Deliver Two Sessions at SharePoint Fest Seattle

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Paul Stork, Principal Architect at Blue Chip Consulting, will deliver two sessions at the Washington State Convention Center August 19 and August 20, 2015.

Paul Stork
Microsoft MVP MCM MCT

I’m seeing more of my clients every day that are moving to hybrid SharePoint environments consisting of SharePoint On-Premises, Azure and Office 365 installations. It's important to begin learning about it now even if you are still doing On-Premises.

Paul Stork will deliver two sessions at SharePoint Fest Seattle on August 19 and August 20, 2015. His two sessions will be held at the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle.

SharePoint Fest is a two-day training conference (plus an optional day of workshops) that will have over 70 sessions spread across multiple tracks that brings together SharePoint enthusiasts and practitioners with many of the leading SharePoint experts and solution providers in the country.

Paul Stork's sessions:

3:00 pm Wednesday - Share, Follow, and Sync: How SharePoint 2013 uses Personal MySites for Social functionality

2:00 pm Thursday - Building an Extranet using O365: Without Spending a Fortune

About Paul Stork:

Based in Ohio, Paul Stork is a Microsoft SharePoint MVP and MCM who works as a Principal Architect at Blue Chip Consulting. He has an MBA from the Weatherhead School of Management and holds a myriad of Microsoft certifications including being a SharePoint 2013 Solutions Expert, Systems Engineer, Solutions Architect, Developer, Database Admin, IT Professional and Professional Developer. He recently completed work on his Microsoft Certified Masters (MCM) certification.

He is an author and/or contributor on several SharePoint books including:

  • Pro SharePoint 2010 Development for Office 365
  • MCTS Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Configuration Study Guide
  • Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 Best Practices
  • Developer's Guide to the Windows SharePoint Services v3 Platform
  • Windows 2000: Essential Reference

Paul has worked with SharePoint in many roles from Chief Architect to Solution Developer to Trainer and is a well-known contributor to the SharePoint community.

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