SharePoint 2010: The Dark Underbelly

If you have been following my commentaries, you know I am a *huge* fan of SharePoint 2010.  It's astounding what the SharePoint Product Group has done in the three years since SP2007 went live.  See http://www.sharepointproconnections.com/TabId/149/NodeId/1994/sharepoint-2010--what-a-difference-3-years-makes.aspx for my raving.

Just to give "fair time" to ranting, I thought I'd start a blog post that will document some of the more unfortunate announcements and gaps in SP2010 

The first is that little love has been given to devs who have to develop for SharePoint 2007.  All of the advances in Visual Studio 2010 (released in Beta today) are targeting new functionality in SP2010, and cannot be used against a 2007 environment.  That's sad.

More to come.

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