If you’ve tried to contact me over the past month or so, then you know that I am living and breathing preparations for the SharePoint Conference 2009.
That’s the big October event this year. So, you might ask – what’s the big November event?
PDC 2009. SharePoint is going to have a bit more of a presence at PDC 2009, which makes sense, seeing as how SharePoint is attracting more and more developers, and is now considered a platform choice for application development.
Business Intelligence is a large piece of the SharePoint platform and a featured workload. (Primarily in the Insights capability in the image below.)
One of the Pre-PDC 2009 workshops is “Developing Microsoft BI Applications – The How and The Why”. This is a full-day workshop which will help developers understand how to build applications on the BI platform of SharePoint 2010 and SQL Server, as well as provide guidance about why leveraging a Business Intelligence-enabled platform such as this provides solutions that are less costly to build, support, and maintain.
Please join Andrew Brust and Don Demsak, the instructors for the workshop by Registering for PDC 2009 and the Business Intelligence workshop here.