Series: SharePoint Framework - In their own words

In this webinar series, we asked experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the SharePoint Framework.

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    SharePoint Framework - In Vincent Biret's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Vincent Biret Hi, my name is Vincent. I’m based in Montreal, Canada. I work for 2toLead as an Office 365 and Azure developer.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Paolo Pialorsi's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Paolo Pialorsi I’m Paolo Pialorsi, I live in Italy. I’m a senior consultant. I work in a company of my own called PiaSys.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Elio Struyf's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Elio Struyf Hi, I am Elio Struyf. I’m from Belgium. I am working as a trainer for U2U and I’m also an Office Server and Services MVP.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Eric Overfield's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Eric Overfield My name is Eric Overfield, President/Founder of PixelMill as well as Office Servers and Services MVP.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Marc Anderson's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Marc Anderson I’m Marc Anderson. I’m a SharePoint consultant and I do other stuff but pretty much everything I do is SharePoint so, I say it that way.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Corey Roth's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Corey Roth Hi. My name is Corey Roth and I am an independent consultant specializing in Office 365 and mobile.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Bob German's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Bob German What’s your background as a SharePoint developer? So my name is Bob German, and I’ve been a SharePoint fan since it was called SiteServer.
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    SharePoint Framework - in Stefan Bauer's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Stefan Bauer What’s your background as a SharePoint developer? Actually, my background is web development, I start with web development 20 years ago with PHP and mySQL, and then I think twelve years ago I switched over to SharePoint and try to apply the things I already knew from the web development perspective to SharePoint.
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    SharePoint Framework - in Rob Windsor's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Rob Windsor What’s your background as a SharePoint developer? I’ve been doing dot net development since dot net first came out and I started doing SharePoint development in about 2006, when SharePoint 2007 was released.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Mikael Svenson's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Mikael Svenson What’s your background as a SharePoint developer? So I started SharePoint development against SharePoint 2003 against WSS actually, using the web services because I was creating a search crawler and I knew nothing about SharePoint but I was crawling SharePoint.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Chris Kent's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Chris Kent What’s your background as a SharePoint developer? I started off as an ASP developer, ASP.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Paul Stork's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Paul Stork My name is Paul Papanek Stork. I’m the owner and principle architect at Don’t PaPanic Consulting. I specialize primarily in consulting on Office 365, SharePoint, SharePoint online and Dynamics CRM.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Sebastien Levert's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Sebastien Levert My name is Seb - Sebastien Lever, from Montreal, Canada. I am an Office Dev MVP, for now more than four years and a half, whatever that half.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Ryan Schouten's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Ryan Schouten My name is Ryan Schouten, senior architect with ZAACT out of Utah. What’s your background as a SharePoint developer?
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    SharePoint Framework - In Prashant Bhoyar's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Prashant Bhoyar My name is Prashant G. Bhoyar, I’m from Washington D.C. area and currently working as senior consultant with Withum Smith, and Brown.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Jeremy Thake's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Jeremy Thake Hi, my name is Jeremy Thake, I work at Hyperfish as a VP of Product Technology.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Doug Hemminger's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Doug Hemminger My name is Doug Hemminger. I am a SharePoint Developer, Architect, focusing on Office 365, now based out of Chicago.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Amit Vasu's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Amit Vasu My name is Amit Vasu. I’m a senior consultant, Office 365 in SharePoint. I’m an independent consultant from Toronto, Canada and I’ve been specializing in custom development using SharePoint and Office365.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Wictor Wilen's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Wictor Wilen My name is Wictor Wilen. I work for Avanade out of Sweden as SharePoint MVP. I’ve been working with SharePoint for quite some time, both on the developer side and the infrastructure side.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Eric Shupps's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Eric Shupps I’m Eric Shupps, SharePoint Server MVP, President of Binary Wave. What’s your background as a SharePoint developer?
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    SharePoint Framework - In Julie Turner's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Julie Turner Hi, my name is Julie Turner. I am a Principle Architect with Sympraxis Consulting. Part of that, I work for Blue Metal Architects as an architect.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Mark Rackley's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Mark Rackley What’s your background as a SharePoint developer? My name is Mark Rackley and I am the Chief Strategy Officer for Pait Group, that SharePoint consulting firm out of Cincinnati, Ohio.
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    SharePoint Framework - In Wes Hackett's Own Words

    This is one installment in our series “In Own Words” by Voitanos asking experienced SharePoint developers to share their thoughts on the new development model for SharePoint - the SharePoint Framework. In this series, we ask each person a series of questions and let them share their thoughts. Wes Hackett I’m Wes Hacket. I’m the CTO at Addin365, productivity and Office 365 product company in the UK.