Where are you in your classic-to-modern SharePoint evolution? Are you Darwin a blank? Or leaping into the future of now? Or somewhere in the in-between? Modernizing user experiences and IT/dev patterns & practices may seem daunting, yet you have a ‘partner in progress’ from classic to modern: Microsoft.
This week, Chris and I chat with Adam Harmetz (Partner GPM) and Lincoln DeMaris (Principle PM) from the SharePoint engineering team. We asked them about a whole bunch of things, under the guise of “hitting refresh” - about the team evolving their own engineering excellence, about their approach to customers, community & design, and the empathy for all to transition smoothly and move forward together.
There is a learning curve to it, and so much of SharePoint has been modernized – with much more to come. We’re here to help.
Get your ears ready and start your classic-to-modern evolution!
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Left to right: Mark Kashman – senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [host], Chris McNulty – senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [co-host], Adam Harmetz – partner group program manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [guest], and Lincoln DeMaris – principal program manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [guest].
Link to the article mentioned in the show:
"Hitting Refresh on SharePoint and More" by Jeff Teper (@JeffTeper)
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