Developing on the SharePoint 2010 Platform

Anybody who has tried their hand at developing in SharePoint 2010 will tell you that the first thing you need is a well-designed development environment. With that in place, Visual Studio includes many templates that let developers begin development with ease. However, developing code in SharePoint 2010 gets tricky as the complexity and integration of the delivered application increases.

Andrew Connell

April 18, 2012

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Developing on the SharePoint 2010 Platform

Total Running Time: 190 min

Anybody who has tried their hand at developing in SharePoint 2010 will tell you that the first thing you need is a well-designed development environment. With that in place, Visual Studio includes many templates that let developers begin development with ease. However, developing code in SharePoint 2010 gets tricky as the complexity and integration of the delivered application increases.

Join SharePoint Server experts Andrew Connell and Ulysses Ludwig for three in-depth sessions that will help you become a better SharePoint developer. As a developer, you need to know how to create your own development environment and how to use the Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint development tools Microsoft has provided. You’ll also need to know how to build some of the more common things all SharePoint developers are asked to build, such as features and Web Parts. But having the tools and building things isn’t enough. A good SharePoint developer also needs to know where to go to get help and research questions.

In this invaluable trio of workshops, Andrew will show you what you need to know to move from being an ASP.NET developer to being a SharePoint developer. This includes how to create your own development environment and undertaking the most common development requirements all SharePoint developers have to embark on. Ulysses will help you take the complexity out of working with powerful new SharePoint features: Managed Metadata, Application pages, the new Ribbon Control, Ajax Notifications, and the new Client Object Model

Session 1: How to be a SharePoint Developer

Session 2: Programmatically Accessing, Updating, and Using the Terms Contained within the Managed Metadata Term Store

Session 3: Creating SharePoint 2010 Ribbon Controls

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Andrew Connell

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