SharePoint Framework Presented at Reston SharePoint User Group

March 20th, 2017

SharePoint developers, new and seasoned, all have something to gain from the SharePoint Framework.  While the current release (GA Feb. 23rd 2017) is focused on the user interface extensibility story, it allows the developer to, in a safe and structured way, extend the user interface capabilities of SharePoint using, initially, client side Web Parts.  These Web Parts are executed client side and can work with data in SharePoint, in Office 365 via the Microsoft Graph, or even using your own custom Web APIs using standard OAuth and REST methods.

This event will take place on Monday, May 1st 2017 at 11:30am at Microsoft in Reston, VA.  The Microsoft Office is located at 12012 Sunset Hill Road Reston, VA 20190.

To view more details about this event or to register, go here.  Those of you who were not able to make it, you can view Dheepa’s presentation here.



Speaker Bio: 

Dheepa is a Managing Consultant at Xgility who specializes in Microsoft Technology platforms. She has over 15 years of industry experience. As an accomplished technical lead and software engineer, she puts emphasis on team development and establishing and incorporating best practices into daily project activities. She has provided subject matter expertise and solved business problems using technology for over 80 commercial, non-profit, and government clients. Dheepa holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management and is a Microsoft Certified Professional in SharePoint and .NET framework. She lives in Chantilly, VA with her husband and two kids. She also enjoys volunteering at her kids’ school.


About the Organizer – Kurt Greening: Kurt Greening Pic Xgility SharePoint Consulting

Kurt is the Director of Productivity Solutions at Xgility. In this capacity, he leads all aspects of company growth such as team building, onboarding, company culture, and partnerships. His expertise includes leadership, team building, and business productivity. In addition, his technology experience includes cloud technologies, SharePoint, Office 365, and other disruptive technologies.

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