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Expert SharePoint 2010 Practices


Expert SharePoint 2010 Practices



Expert SharePoint 2010 Practices is a valuable compendium of best practices, tips, and secrets straight from the most knowledgeable SharePoint gurus in the industry.

Learn from the experts as you dive into topics like multitenancy, solution deployment, business intelligence, and administration. Our team of carefully chosen contributors, all with Microsoft's Most Valuable Professional (MVP) designation bestowed upon them, shares with you the secrets and practices that have brought them success in a wide variety of SharePoint scenarios.

Each contributor is passionate about the power of SharePoint and wants to help you leverage the capabilities of the platform in your business—but in the proper way. Go beyond procedures and manuals, and benefit from hundreds of years of combined experience, which the authors of Expert SharePoint 2010 Practices provide in these pages.

Learn from the masters and take control of SharePoint 2010 like you never have before with Expert SharePoint 2010 Practices!
What you’ll learn
How to design and architect public-facing SharePoint sites
Best practices for building business applications with SharePoint Foundation 2010
How to bridge the Office-SharePoint gap that exists in many organizations
Best practices around solution deployment in SharePoint 2010
How multitenancy works and what you need to know
Who this book is for
Expert SharePoint 2010 Practices is a book geared toward professional (that is, intermediate- to advanced-level) solution developers, administrators, and architects. Each chapter will stand alone, so all audiences will find valuable advice and reference within the text. Readers should be familiar with SharePoint in their respective capacities and have more than a beginner-level understanding of its features and capabilities.
Table of Contents
Sahil Malik - SharePoint 2010 Workflows
Ed Richard - Bridging the Office-SharePoint Gap
Mark Orange - Leveraging Content Types
Ed Hild - Automating Document Assembly
Karthick Sethunarayanan - Practical Document Management with SharePoint 2010
Joerg Krause - Forms Services and InfoPath
Tahir Naveed - The SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model
Razi Bin Rais - Extending SharePoint Using Event Receivers
Dave Milner - Touch Points: Integrating SharePoint 2010 and ASP.NET
Steve Wright - SharePoint Designer 2010 Client-Side Programming
Darrin Bishop and Matthew McDermott - SharePoint and Windows Phone 7 Development
Ed Musters - SharePoint Solution Deployment
Doug Ortiz - Business Intelligence
Robert Piddocke - Business Connectivity Services
Cory Loriot - Designing Mashups with Excel and Visio
Barry Ralston - PowerPivot Tips, Tricks, and Traps
Steve Wright - PerformancePoint Services
Brian Farnhill - Public-Facing SharePoint Sites
Matt Eddinger - Claims-Based Authentication in SharePoint 2010










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A fabulous floor lamp in chrome, brass, bakelite and copper. The long copper tube with the ball on the end is the switch. I have never seen another one like it- anyone have any idea who designed it? Von Nessen?











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Pro SharePoint 2010 Solution Development: Combining .NET, SharePoint, and Office (Expert's Voice in Sharepoint)






This book takes a practical problem-solution approach to common business challenges. You’ll not only encounter interesting code samples, but also see how to combine these examples with the Microsoft collaboration platform’s services. The book’s solutions focus on using Visual Studio 2008 and its built-in Office development tools to construct the user interface layer. And solutions can interact with SharePoint as a service provider, taking advantage of SharePoint’s many collaboration features like document repositories, collaboration sites, and search functions.
This book is unique because it starts with challenges that end users deal with every day when using the Microsoft collaboration platform to support business processes. The solutions are presented as hypothetical business challenges of a fictional company. By presenting the examples in this context, author Ed Hild makes it easier to relate to the challenges and solution value. The goal of these examples is to build applications that apply the benefits of the Office desktop interface to the richness of SharePoint collaboration features. This book will help you develop real-world solutions to complex business problems and challenges.
What you’ll learn
Delve into an end-to-end walkthrough in each chapter of a practical business challenge.
See code samples, UI design, and platform integration all in the context of real-world problems.
Discover custom code and implementation advice for popular Office and SharePoint features like custom web parts, Office add-ins, SharePoint features, workflow, the Business Data Catalog, Outlook form regions, the Office Open XML file format, and more.
Who is this book for?
This book is of great value to intermediate and advanced developers working on enterprise applications based on the Microsoft Office or SharePoint systems, or working on integration projects with third-party vendors.

This book takes a practical problem-solution approach to common business challenges. You’ll not only encounter interesting code samples, but also see how to combine these examples with the Microsoft collaboration platform’s services. The book’s solutions focus on using Visual Studio 2008 and its built-in Office development tools to construct the user interface layer. And solutions can interact with SharePoint as a service provider, taking advantage of SharePoint’s many collaboration features like document repositories, collaboration sites, and search functions.
This book is unique because it starts with challenges that end users deal with every day when using the Microsoft collaboration platform to support business processes. The solutions are presented as hypothetical business challenges of a fictional company. By presenting the examples in this context, author Ed Hild makes it easier to relate to the challenges and solution value. The goal of these examples is to build applications that apply the benefits of the Office desktop interface to the richness of SharePoint collaboration features. This book will help you develop real-world solutions to complex business problems and challenges.
What you’ll learn
Delve into an end-to-end walkthrough in each chapter of a practical business challenge.
See code samples, UI design, and platform integration all in the context of real-world problems.
Discover custom code and implementation advice for popular Office and SharePoint features like custom web parts, Office add-ins, SharePoint features, workflow, the Business Data Catalog, Outlook form regions, the Office Open XML file format, and more.
Who is this book for?
This book is of great value to intermediate and advanced developers working on enterprise applications based on the Microsoft Office or SharePoint systems, or working on integration projects with third-party vendors.










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