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August 11
SharePoint with a Twist, a Shake, and Maybe a Little Learning

​For the past few years, I've had the privilege of speaking at several SharePoint Saturday events each year. SharePoint Saturday Ozarks has a special place in my heart as the first SharePoint Saturday event where I first spoke. My friend Mark Rackley always puts on a fun event, and since he's one of my favorite SharePoint Developers, I always volunteer to go speak for him.

This year, he is shaking things up a bit. Instead of the event being held in Harrison, Arkansas, it will be held in nearby Branson, Missouri. This is going to be a fun event this year, it will be in a fabulous location, and there is so much to do in Branson. Two years ago, I went with Joel Oleson, Michael Noel, Cathy Dew, Sean McDonough, my husband Matt Gowin, and a few others to ride go-karts and play laser tag after the event. It was a blast. This year, we will be even closer to more adventures! If you haven’t already registered to go to this event, you should totally register.

I’m going to be presenting SharePoint Administration 101, and there are a lot of introductory sessions set aside just for those who maybe are wanting to learn or check out SharePoint. There are a lot of awesome speakers this year, and we also have the privilege of having our very own entertainment brought by Rob Foster and the band he is in: This Modern Station. I hope you come on out to the event. Be sure and find me, I’ll probably be dancing at the SharePint!

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Lori Gowin
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Lori is a SharePoint Administrator who has been working with SharePoint and InfoPath technologies for over 5 years. When not focusing on SharePoint, Lori unwinds watching sports and spending time with her husband and children.

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