SharePoint as a toolkit enables many tech personas day in, day out – devs, IT and business folk alike. One day you may need a quick out-of-the box site for a cross-company campaign, and the next a custom solution to help bring disparate data sources together bound to a unique workflow with custom logic. In the span of parallel time, people of all skills and desired outcomes dip into their toolkit – SharePoint.
While at SharePoint Conference 2019 (SPC19), Chris and I invited three community experts into The Intrazone – experts across development/PnP and business. We spoke with Laura Kokkarinen, a senior developer at Sulava and Vesa Juvonen, principal program manager at Microsoft – discussing the current state of Office development, SharePoint Framework, site provisioning and more. And in our second guest segment of this same episode, we chat with Dux Raymond Sy, chief marketing officer at AvePoint – discussing his thoughts on his favorite SPC19 keynote announcements, what he's hearing from customers and how he trains other speakers from good to great.
There’s a little something in this episode for everyone; all three experts shared much insight as they always do.
The Intrazone is your bi-weekly conversation and interview podcast hosted by the SharePoint team. [aka.ms/TheIntrazone]
Left to right, top to bottom: Laura Kokkarinen – SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure senior developer (Sulava) [guest], Vesa Juvonen – principal program manager (Microsoft) [guest], Dux Raymond Sy – chief marketing officer (AvePoint) [guest], Chris McNulty – senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [co-host], and Mark Kashman – senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [co-host].
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