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Asif is a SharePoint Trainer and Consultant. He is a SharePoint Server MVP and a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). He is the author of the publications “SharePoint 2013 First Look for Power Users“, “Beginning SharePoint Designer 2010”, “Real World SharePoint 2010” and “Professional SharePoint Designer 2007.“ Over the years, Asif has provided SharePoint consulting and training to many large clients including: Department of Defense, NASA, Hersheys, Toshiba, State Farm, Federal Home Loan Bank, US Army and many more. Asif is the author of the 4 day SharePoint Designer 2010 course that he teaches with Critical Path Training.
Asif has contributed videos to Microsoft TechNet and Office.com. Also articles to Microsoft MSDN. He is also very active in the Chicago SharePoint community and is the co-founder and an active leader of the Chicago SharePoint User Group.
- Microsoft Official Learning Products – E-Learning Series 3376: Implementing Enterprise Search
- SharePoint Technologies McGraw-Hill Publishing – “MCSE: All-in-One” exam prep book for Windows Server 2003
- Contributing Editor for HP internal technical documentation and technical newsletter
Author of the following publications:
- Microsoft: Internal Windows Server 2003 protocol documentation for EU regulatory compliance.
- The Training Camp: Proprietary SQL Server 2005 bootcamp course.
- New Horizons: Custom SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services course ; Custom MOSS course
- Contributing ghostwriter on various QUE Publishing and Sybex Publishing technical books.
Russell Wright has worked with SharePoint since the STS 1.0 days and has been focused exclusively on SharePoint since 2007. Since then, he has trained over 1500 students on all aspects of SharePoint infrastructure and business use.
At Texas Instruments, he and his systems team introduced SharePoint in the Procurement and Logistics area, where it quickly became viral throughout TI. Russell excels at business process re-engineering and enjoys “SharePoint-tizing” business processes. The scope of his experience spans from his beginnings in Electrical Engineering within the defense industry to virtually all aspects of Information Technology. Russell has over 25 years of experience at companies like Texas Instruments, Raytheon and Frito-Lay. His real strength lies in the broad based IT technical knowledge and the ability to solve real business problems.Check out Russell’s blog here.
Russell holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas (where he specialized in biomedical engineering). In his spare time, he likes to cook and is best known for his homemade English muffins and makes a KILLER Paradise Pie! He’s also a fairly decent bowler.
Raymond wrote a Wrox Blox on Building Dashboards with Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 using SharePoint Designer 2007 and contributed two chapters on Business Connectivity Services to SharePoint 2010 Six-in-One. He also blogs under the alias IWKID on Information Worker technologies including SharePoint and Office development.When he’s not playing with SharePoint, he’s likely hiking with his family and enjoying the outdoors.
Bruce Herz is a SharePoint consultant, Microsoft Office 365 Partner and Certified Technology Specialist in SharePoint and Microsoft Office Specialist for Access 2010. He has extensive experienced in retail, healthcare and commercial real estate industries. In 1997 he built his first Intranet site based on the Microsoft® Office 60 Minute Intranet Kit, the prelude to SharePoint 1.0 Team Services.
He offers cloud-based productivity solutions as a consultant with WonPoint.He has more than ten years of experience implementing solutions for clients in all project phases from analysis to implementation, training, and customization. His primary focus is on no-code solutions for Microsoft Office 365 as a collaboration tool and integration with Microsoft Office 2010 products. He has authored the courses on building powerful solutions using Access Services and Reporting Services.
He is the author of multiple SharePoint training courses, and has worked for, consulted, programmed, and taught technical and end users in businesses ranging from 50 to 130,000 employees. Eric is certified as an MCSE, an MCTS for both Administration and Application Development, an MCP for SQL, and has worked as a Microsoft Certified Trainer. He enjoys looking at the big picture and creating low overhead solutions that accomplish amazing results using primarily power user tools. He is also adept at architecting portable and re-usable solutions requiring custom code and knowing the difference between the two.
Before entering consulting, Richard worked as a software architect for corporate stalwarts including Texas Instruments, Raytheon and JC Penney. He wrote his first internet application in 1994. Richard holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Missouri and originally planned to design nuclear power plants. Richard is married with three sons and runs a 45 Terabyte data center from his kitchen. In his spare time, he enjoys gardening and spending time with family.
He has experience with all types of vertical businesses/industries, such as legal, retail, pharma, energy and information technology. He has developed content strategies and taxonomies for Microsoft, Del Monte, NASA-JSC, Expedia, UW Medicine, Sterling Savings Bank, First Mutual Bank, KCLS, Nike, Philip Morris, VISA, Washington Mutual and many others. Mike also teaches graduate courses in knowledge management, information management and taxonomy development at the University of Washington Information School.
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The common thread between all of his early stage efforts is that product and/or service offerings all incorporated computer technology. A natural communicator, Mike writes daily in a blog on SharePoint topics, http://www.talking-sharepoint.
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