The Fort Smith .NET User Group meets the second Monday of every month.

Meeting location:

ABF General Office
Room 1W.52
3801 Old Greenwood Rd
Fort Smith, AR 72903

(Parking in front of building)

Meeting time is 6:00 PM with presentations starting at 6:30 PM.

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Next Meeting

October 12th, 2015

Speakers: Dennis Bottjer and April Dunnam
Topic: Awesomely Simple SharePoint Solutions - Little to No Code Required
There are many sessions on ways to enhance your SharePoint environment with code. But is code always required?
There are many out of the box features and functionality that can bring tremendous value to your SharePoint Environment. You can create awesomely simple SharePoint Solutions with out of the box functionality.
In this session, we will review some of the most useful and often overlooked out of the box features, as well as some easy to implement scripts to make your SharePoint awesome.
Speaker Bios:
Dennis Bottjer, Solutions Architect, ThriveFast LLC
Dennis started his career, years ago, as a help desk professional for an architecture firm and experienced, first hand, the struggle of small business & technology.
Through that experience and his education in MIS at OU, he gained a keen skill as a developer & a passion for designing business applications.
Over the course of 15 years, Dennis moved on to work for several corporations and Fortune 500's like Bank of America, leading teams to develop SharePoint & custom software solutions on a much larger scale.

April Dunnam, SharePoint Developer, ThriveFast, LLC
April Dunnam is a senior consultant at ThriveFast and Vice President of the Tulsa SharePoint User Group. April started her career as an IT Intern as Cherokee Casino.
She was on rotation in the casino's many IT departments when she was assigned to the Development Team. It was there she found her niche and a passion for development and began to focus her efforts on, c# and SharePoint. She went on to complete dual degrees in MIS and Marketing from NSU and won a job at a telecom firm where she quickly worked her way up to SharePoint Developer.
April is an active blogger and routinely participates in professional conferences included School of Dev, Tulsa Tech Fest, and SharePoint Saturdays. For more information, your her blog at Twitter: @aprildunnam.