Hi Torsten,
this is the second update for SharePoint Saturday Munich on 10th of October 2015!
Did you find the first round of speakers already awesome?
Then please have a look at who we are announcing this week!
Without further ado, the second five speakers are:

  • Jeremy Thake, USA, Technical Product Manager for Office Dev @ Microsoft
    Building slick Office add-ins to impress your boss
  • Paolo Pialorsi, Italy, MVP, MCSM, MCT
    Overview of Hybrid Scenarios with Office 365 and SharePoint
  • Erwin van Hunen, Sweden, MVP, MCSM, MCT
    Getting started with the Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices Provisioning Engine
  • Bill Ayers, United Kingdom, MCSM, MCT
    Lean-Agile SharePoint and Office 365 Development
  • Mikael Svenson, Norway, Office365 MVP
    Search Queries Explained – A Deep Dive into Query Rules, Query Variables and Search Orchestration
This adds to the already awesome lineup of Andrew Connell, Spencer Harbar, Wictor Wilén, Waldek Mastykarz and Jasper Oosterveld.
Let me tell you, our lineup is the who-is-who of SharePoint and Office365 and you don't want want to miss the chance to meet all of them the first time ever that they are speaking in Germany!
Just as a reminder, this event will be FREE (including free beer!) for all delegates made possible by our generous sponsors, currently: 

K2, Metalogix, Alight Consulting, Nigel Frank,
Nintex, AvePoint, LightningTools, dox42, harmon.ie and Rencore.

Thank you!

The call for sponsors is still open as we have not yet reached our budget requirement for this free non-profit event.
If your company wants to be part of this unique opportunity to meet with the German SharePoint community, please reach out to us!


Please help us to spread the word and forward this mail to your friends and colleagues in the SharePoint community, blog about it, tweet and mention @spsmuc or #spsmucetc.
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Thanks a lot for supporting us!
Best Regards,
Matthias Einig, SharePoint MVP


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