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Step-by-Step: SP2013 on Windows Azure IaaS – This week on ShopTalk

03/12/2014

If you’re like most, you’d love to get your hands on a SharePoint 2013 environment of your own, but lack the personal hardware (and benevolent Patron) to do so.

In this session, Eric takes you through the steps to build your very own SharePoint 2013 environment on Windows Azure Infrastructure Services, and shows you some super-cool things you can do with PowerShell to preserve compute time to help eliminate unwanted charges!

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About Our Presenter

Eric currently works for Electronic Knowledge Interchange (EKI), an award-winning management and technology consulting firm based in Chicago, IL. To learn more about EKI and the services it provides, visit the company’s website at www.eki-consulting.com.

Eric was introduced to SharePoint near the end of 2006 and immediately took a personal interest in it. With a degree in Computer Science from Illinois State University focused on C++ development, Eric had the skill set that made the transition to C# for SharePoint 2007 development a breeze. Eric quickly became fluent in SharePoint and obtained his certifications. As we all know, with great power comes great responsibility. With his newfound knowledge and skills, Eric was presented with a unique opportunity to test his mettle as an instructor. Much to his own surprise, he did quite well and that led him to spend the better part of the last several years as an instructor and consultant in a wide variety of environments.

His training experience ranges from introductory courses to advanced development courses. He has either worked for or contracted with clients such as Equity Office Properties, Kraft Foods, Lake County of Illinois, Chicago Public Schools, Columbia College Chicago, and many more.

With his strong interpersonal communication and presentation skills, as well as his strong work ethic and real-world experience, Eric is someone that you will enjoy working with and learning from.

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