Here’s another Plugfest event coming up here in Redmond to let everyone know about. It’s a SharePoint interop event, where developers can test interoperability, get answers directly from the SharePoint team, set up up 1-on-1 meetings, and generally do whatever’s need to improve interoperability between their applications and SharePoint.

My colleague Michael Bowman is running this event, and in his words:

The SharePoint interoperability team is planning their first file operations Plugfest on June 15th and June 16th 2010. This event will cover the file operations protocols that support file access, synchronization, and collaboration scenarios.  Microsoft subject matter experts from both the support organization and the product team will be onsite to present and answer questions about SharePoint protocol interoperability. The event will include a combination of presentations, one on one discussions, and interoperability testing. The Plugfest is a great opportunity for you to test your implementations and receive immediate feedback from Microsoft or learn more about the file operation protocols.

The event is free but space is limited so be sure to register early. We will be taking feedback on the agenda up until May 20th, but we suggest that you register as soon as possible. To receive the registration form and agenda survey or to learn more about the event, please contact Michael Bowman.

If you’re working on an application that uses FSSHTTP, WebDAV, FPSE or other file operation protocols to interoperate with SharePoint, contact Michael and take advantage of this free workshop.