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The Puget Sound SharePoint Users Group is an open and independent forum for evaluating and extending the knowledge of the SharePoint Products and Technologies architecture, technologies, tools and business applications for its membership. Its purpose is to provide information and guidance to the full breadth of its capabilities.
We meet every month at:
Microsoft PacWest Office
CIVICA Office Commons
205 - 108th Ave NE, Suite 400
Bellevue, WA 98004

Interested in Speaking at one of our upcoming meetings? Complete our Speaker Form and send us an email. 



SharePoint Saturday Redmond 2014 
by Bryan HartNo presence information
 5/15/2014 6:45 PM

​The date and location for SharePoint Saturday Redmond 2014 has been established.  See​ for full details as they are released.

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 Event Calendar

9/18/2014 6:00 PM

6:00-6:30 - Mingling (Pizza)
6:30-6:35 - Opening (Announcements)
6:35-7:20 - Conversations for Action – How to be a SharePoint Rock Star
7:30-8:30 - Enterprise Social: Microsoft’s Vision and Roadmap 
8:30 --> SharePint at SeaStar

10/11/2014 12:00 AM
10/27/2014 12:00 AM


Configuring Windows Azure Workflow Manager integration with SharePoint 2013
Chris Beckett did another webinar with Dave Coleman on 2.20.13. This page lists all the MetaViz sponsored webinars and a recorded version should be accessible from this page.
SharePoint 2012 Apps Administration
This is a recording of the Chris Beckett + Dave Coleman Webinar on SharePoint 2013 Apps Administration. We announced this webinar at our January meeting.  This webinar is sponsored by MetaVis.  They sent us a bunch of SharePoint 2013 Content Type Posters.  We should have some of these posters for our 2/21/13 Meeting.
No Code Solutions, Composites, Presentation by Mark Gillis
Mark Gillis is a friend and participant of the PSSPUG meetings. Mark is an experienced IT Pro and part of the Microsoft Tech writing team. Mark authored a guild to Composite applications for SharePoint 2010 and he continues to work on this area for SharePoint 2013.  The link above takes you to the SharePoint 2013 Composites "portal" on MSDN. A similar portal for 2010 can be found at this address: - Greg
Owen Allen and John Peltonen - Pinger Metadata Webinar
I attended this webinar and Owen and John (founder and friend, respectively, of PSSPUG) did an excellent job describing the need for Metadata in SharePoint and the way Pinger removes the pain of adding it manually. - Greg

increase document understanding, improve findability, enhance compliance, and bring unstructured content into the structured worlds of BigData and Workflow.
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