How to provision artifacts to SharePoint Online without being a developer

Learn how to provision artifacts to SharePoint Online without being a developer

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Erwin van Hunen

Product Owner – Transformation at Rencore. Microsoft Certified Master, Microsoft Certified Solutions Master and eight-time SharePoint MVP

Erwin is a core member of the SharePoint Patterns and Practices team (https://dev.office.com) helping developers worldwide with code samples, scenarios, solutions, and guidance to successfully implement customizations for Office 365. Erwin speaks regularly at SharePoint conferences around the world and is one of the organizers of SharePoint Saturday Stockholm, the largest SharePoint focused conference in Scandinavia.

You’re an IT Pro, and you’ve heard that Sandbox solutions have been deprecated. Your developers tell you that the only way to provision functionality and artifacts to SharePoint and SharePoint Online is through add-ins.

Join Erwin van Hunen, Product Owner – Transformation at Rencore, in our upcoming webinar and learn how to take over control by using your PowerShell skills to create site collections, add lists, create views and much more with scripts to both SharePoint Online and your on-prem farm.

A core team member of SharePoint PnP, Erwin will introduce you to the over 200 (open-source) PowerShell cmdlets released by the team to provision artifacts to your servers without writing a single line of code. Learn more about how to use them, what to use them for, and how to create successful deployment scripts. Get introduced to to the mechanics of the PowerShell cmdlets and find out how you can extend the library with your own functionality.

Sign up now if you always wanted to build great and easy to maintain deployment scripts and are eager to know how to deploy artifacts to SharePoint Online with PowerShell.