San Fernando Valley SPUG Monthly Meeting

San Fernando Valley SharePoint Professionals
Thu, 10 Nov 2011, 02:30 - 04:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , , US

We're excited to announce the details for our November meeting.

Date: November 9th, 2011

Location: Sherman Oaks Galleria (Community Room next to Arc Light Cinemas)

Presentation: What’s in a List – More Fun Rich Features with SharePoint 2010 Lists

Nedra Allmond will present this topic. This session will take a deep dive in the SharePoint 2010 Ribbon and compare SharePoint list features between versions 2007 and 2010. The presentation will highlight improvements in the functionality of lists and how SharePoint 2007 list function have been enriched.  In this presentation new features of SharePoint 2010 lists will be explored such as calendar, lookup columns, and the huge change in working with large lists.  Nedra shares her experiences working with lists in the two versions and uncovers lesser known facts about the differences.

Nedra Allmond is a Senior Technical Consultant with Perficient, Inc. and has been working with SharePoint since 2006.  She is a MCTS whose background includes working with the Department of Defense, the aerospace, biotech, telecommunications and media/entertainment industries, as well as non-profit organizations.  She has been described as a User Advocate and has been involved with the SharePoint community as co-chair of SPSLA, co-founder of the San Fernando Valley SPUG and Western Regional representative of Women in SharePoint.

Watch this space for updates. As always, please invite your co-workers and friends and RSVP on

Sponsored by: K2

Refreshments provided by: Axceler 


SFV SPUG Steering Committee

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