My name is Keenan Newton, and I am the developer audience owner for SharePoint Conference 2012. SPC is right around the corner, and I’m super excited about it. We have a lot of great content that will be presented this year. With the launch of SharePoint 2013, we have three major additions to talk about: apps and the Cloud App Model, the new workflow engine for SharePoint 2013, and Access 2013.

I want to highlight below some of the key sessions around these three new additions to help you learn about the latest and greatest we have to offer.

Apps and the Cloud App Model

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SPC253

What’s new for Office 2013 and SharePoint 2013

SPC133

Introduction to the Cloud App Model for Office and SharePoint 2013, Part 1

SPC134

Introduction to the Cloud App Model for Office and SharePoint 2013, Part 2

SPC010

An overview of developing SharePoint-hosted apps

SPC106

Getting your apps into the Office and SharePoint Store

SPC097

Developing apps for SharePoint 2013 with Visual Studio 2012

SPC046

Creating task panes and content apps for Office

SPC088

Developing hybrid apps for SharePoint: apps that work on-premises and in the cloud

SPC241

Understanding authentication for apps for SharePoint

 

Workflows in SharePoint 2013

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SPC253

What’s new for Office 2013 and SharePoint 2013

SPC213

SharePoint 2013 workflow: architecture and configuration

SPC212

SharePoint 2013 workflow development for apps and full-trust solutions for SharePoint 2013 with Visual Studio 2012

SPC045

Creating custom workflow activities and actions for SharePoint 2013

SPC089

Developing SharePoint workflows with SharePoint Designer 2013 and Visio Pro 2013

 

Access 2013

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SPC253

What’s new for Office 2013 and SharePoint 2013

SPC026

Apps for SharePoint in 60 seconds with Access 2013

SPC071

Building apps for SharePoint with Access 2013: a deeper dive

SPC043

Configuring and managing Access Services in SharePoint 2013

SPC193

Access databases: taming the beast

 

Once registered to the conference, check out MySPC to manage your conference schedule and sessions !

In addition to these sessions, there are many opportunities at the conference where you can learn, ask questions, and discuss SharePoint development and the Cloud App Model with members of the product team, developer documentation writers, MVPs, and other experts: 

Welcome Reception, Exhibit Hall, Sunday Nov. 11, 6–9 p.m.

Product Pavilion, Exhibit Hall, Monday through Thursday, various times

- Apps and Marketplace booth

- Developer booth  

Hands-on Labs, Monday through Thursday, various times

Ask the Experts, Exhibit Hall, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 6:15–8:15 p.m.

If you want to help make a difference in the quality of developer content on MSDN, some of the documentation writers will be conducting a short survey onsite and would love your feedback. Find them at the Welcome Reception, Product Pavilion booths, Ask the Experts, or email docthis@microsoft.com to participate.

You can also follow our developer-related activities during the conference on Twitter at @MSDN_Office.

We are looking forward to seeing you at SharePoint Conference 2012.