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The Intrazone, episode 21: “’Twas the Night Before 2019”

Happiest of holi’days from the SharePoint team - may they be merry and bright. We’ve got a fun Intrazone episode filled with thoughts, predictions and a poem ta boot! Cozy up with some hot chocolate, a warm fire and your vacationing ears.

 

 

Live from SharePoint Fest: Chicago 2018, Chris and I chat with panelists Sarah Haase, Wes Preston, Drew Madelung, and Treb Gatte to discuss strategy, solution designs and architecture, PowerApps, business intelligence, content management, and transitioning businesses to the cloud – plus their SharePoint predictions for 2019. We also grabbed time to talk to our customer, Rachel Davis, Program Manager, Business Operations, Control Products & Solutions at Rockwell Automation.

 

And don’t sign off too early … there are two terrific treats awaiting you toward the end of the episode: 1) Q&A from the Ask Microsoft Anything (AMA), and 2) my live reading of the “'Twas the night before SharePoint” poem.

 

The weather outside may be frightful. Red noses are all a’glow across the land. Jolly ol’ St. McNulty and Kashman have got an episode for you so delightful. It’ll energize direct from your adrenal gland.

 

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Intrazone-logo_banner.jpgThe Intrazone is your bi-weekly conversation and interview podcast hosted by the SharePoint team.

 

Intrazone-21_TwasNightBefore2019_hosts-guests-faces-names_v2.jpgLeft to right, top to bottom: Sarah Haase – corporate collaboration evangelist & MVP (U.S. Bank) [guest], Drew Madelung – Solutions Architect & MVP (Protiviti) [guest], Treb Gatte – CEO & MVP (Tumble Road) [guest], Wes Preston – Owner & MVP (TrecStone) [guest], Chris McNulty – senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [co-host], and Mark Kashman – senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [co-host].

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Intrazone-logo_square.jpgThe Intrazone, a show about the SharePoint intelligent intranet; aka.ms/TheIntranzone.