SharePoint 2013

Max Melcher

4 minute read

Recently I created lots of SharePoint provider hosted apps for several customers – most of them very simple apps to register a remote event receiver or send emails. But a few of them were complex business apps that used the integration options for SharePoint but stood almost separately as websites running on Azure. The first apps we created had the name .azurewebsites.net – and for some customers that looked so odd that they opened tickets and asked for confirmation if the apps are legit.

Max Melcher

5 minute read

So this was my inaugural SharePoint Saturday in my hometown Munich – the last time I couldn’t attend – and now I am fully thrilled to be part of the greatest and latest SharePoint community event in Munich – and maybe even in Germany. Hosted directly in the Microsoft headquarter in Munich (awesome office!) – with more than 400 attendees this will be fun! 14 of the agenda – right next to each session room.

Max Melcher

4 minute read

300 attendees on a Saturday – all “SharePoint-crazy” – that’s what I said last year and it’s very true for this year, too! SPSBE Fun from the start at 9:00am until the official end of SPSBE (SharePoint Saturday Belgium) at around 19:30! I apparently had to optimize my session on this Saturday (50 minutes slots instead of 60!), tests my demos and pimp my slides – so I could only attend one full session (Deep Dive building solutions on the SharePoint Framework by Waldek Mastykarz @waldekm), but there was enough time for me to talk to friends, community members, BIWUG board members and other speakers – good times, good fun.