The Bamboo Way involves getting the most out of your SharePoint journey, and on November 14th at SPC, all roads on the journey lead to Bamboo's SPC party!
If you were among the lucky attendees at our SPC party in Anaheim last fall, you already know that you won't want to miss this special encore performance in Vegas. If this is your first Bamboo party at SPC, you're in for a treat, because Bamboo + SPC + the House of Blues + Las Vegas = one righteous party.
Space is limited, and the party is officially "sold out," but I'm here to let you in on a secret: 10 spots have been set aside for Bamboo Nation.
While in Vegas, visit us at booth #941 in the Exhibit Hall, right next to the Microsoft pavilion. Be sure to ask to see demos of Workflow Conductor and Project Management Central. (Psst! We'll even have a special sneak preview of Project Management Central 2013.)
Need more Bamboo at SPC? Head over to the Partner Theater to see our own Julie Auletta discuss the pros and cons of Building vs. Buying SharePoint extensions.
But whatever you do, don't forget to register for a chance* to have a nightcap on Bamboo at the House of Blues on Wednesday night. We hope to see you on Wednesday, November 14th as we demonstrate the best way to party, the Bamboo Way!
* To enter for a chance to be upgraded to the VIP list, click the Add Me to the Waitlist button on the registration page and complete your registration. If you're already on the waitlist, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "I want to party the Bamboo Way at SPC!" and you'll be entered for a chance to win. Winners will be notified this Friday, November 2.
Oct 29 2012, 09:30 AM
John Anderson joined Bamboo Solutions as Manager of Content & Syndication in May of 2008 after a 12-year career at AOL. New to SharePoint at the time of his hiring, John was tasked with creating a new blog for the just-launched Bamboo Nation community in which he would document his daily SharePoint learning process. Thus was born the end user-centric SharePoint Blank, for which John authored 200 posts within a year, and which he continues to write today (albeit much more sporadically). Currently serving as Managing Editor, John sets the tone for Bamboo Nation as its lead blogger, and oversees content across Bamboo properties.