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Sharepoint Design - 2Here are forty-five free video tutorials on SharePoint 2010 for .NET Developers from Microsoft experts Ted Pattison, Andrew Connell, Chris Predeek, and Paul Stubbs. If you want great that covers , sharepoint documents, sharepoint service, sharepoint database, sharepoint template, and more, then this is the right series for you.

 
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SharePoint 2010 Training for .NET Developers

 

1. Getting Started with SharePoint 2010
Key Concepts:

Some of the team members behind the training kit help you to understand what the kit is all about and what the plans are for the future.

Presenter: Paul Stubbs and Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 14 minutes

2. Developer Roadmap – What's New in SharePoint 2010
Key Concepts:

An overview of new developer features in the SharePoint platform including tools, team sites, UI enhancements and a review of how the SharePoint developer story has improved.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 33 minutes

3. Developer Roadmap – SharePoint 2010 Primer
Key Concepts:

Quick overview for beginners to get them up to speed with big picture.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 10 minutes

4. Developer RoadMap – New Developer Tools for SharePoint 2010
Key Concepts:

New developer tools include Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 15 minutes

5. Developer RoadMap – SharePoint 2010 Integration with PowerShell
Key Concepts:

PowerShell is a key piece of the SharePoint 2010 platform that brings SharePoint administration in line with the other Server Products such as Exchange.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 20 minutes

6. Visual Studio 2010 Tools For SharePoint 2010 – Introduction to VS2010 SharePoint Tools
Key Concepts:

The tools include project templates for many of the SharePoint application types, such as Web Parts, List definitions, Modules, Application Pages, Workflows, user Controls and others.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 9 minutes

7. Visual Studio 2010 Tools For SharePoint 2010 – SharePoint Tools Project Structure
Key Concepts:

Visual Studio 2010 includes support out of the box for the most common types of SharePoint projects as well as new features for more easily defining features, solutions, and wizards to walk through the most common settings for each project type.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 24 minutes

8. Visual Studio 2010 Tools For SharePoint 2010 – Adding SPIs to a Project
Key Concepts:

Each project is either C# or VB.NET project that contains particular initial project items. You can add typical C# or VB.NET artifacts as well. In addition Visual Studio 2010 includes additional SharePoint project items as items that you can add to any of your projects

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 24 minutes

9. UI Enhancements – The SharePoint Fluent User Interface
Key Concepts:

The context sensitive ribbon interface is now integrated into the SharePoint 2010 user experience. Your applications can extend the ribbon interface to include new menu items and options both on a global level and based on the context of the user. The user interface now also features a status bar immediately below the ribbon to indicate the status of the page that you are working on.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 9 minutes

10. UI Enhancements – Sites as Collections of Pages
Key Concepts:

Sites in SharePoint 2010 just becomes a collection of pages. Pages now play a key role in the structure of a site. SharePoint 2010 leverages wiki concepts for managing content and extends these concepts by allowing for the inclusion of web parts within the wiki pages themselves. In the past, you could add web parts to web part zones. In SharePoint 2010 the developer (and the user) has compete control of the user interface including the placement of web parts anywhere on the page.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 16 minutes

11. UI Enhancements – Managing Data with SharePoint 2010
Key Concepts:

How to manage data and create forms to support lists. SharePoint 2010 supports XSLT views which leverage a standard for transformation of information from XML into HTML. XSLT support means that you can create different views for lists based on user roles, etc.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 12 minutes

12. Lists and Schemas – New and Improved Events
Key Concepts:

SPListEventReceiver tracks events, including when a list is added. SPWebEventReceiver tracks web events including webs being added and sites and webs being deleted.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 9 minutes

13. Lists and Schemas – List Relationships and Joins
Key Concepts:

Lookups allow you to do joins to display information in a more user friendly manner. For example, state abbreviations can be displayed as full state names by using a lookup.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 11 minutes

14. Lists and Schemas – Large List Support
Key Concepts:

Lists can now display up to 50 million items. When displaying large lists, you need to throttle how much data is returned to prevent performance degradation on the server farm from large queries.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 16 minutes

15. Lists and Schemas – Field and List Item Validation
Key Concepts:

You can now create excel-like field validation to reduce the amount of code that developers must write.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 2 minutes

16. Linq to SharePoint – Accessing SharePoint List Data
Key Concepts:

SPMetal allows you to create strongly type classes so that you can write Linq queries against SharePoint lists.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 15 minutes

17. Client Object Model – Overviewof the Client Object Model
Key Concepts:

There are many models that can be used with SharePoint. The Client Object Model (Client OM) is a unified model that uses the same or similar programming concepts as the Server Object Model (Server OM). The Client OM can be accessed using web services, using a client (JavaScript) API, and using REST.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 12 minutes

18. Client Object Model – Silverlight Client Object Model
Key Concepts:

How to use the SharePoint client object model to program a Silverlight application against SharePoint data.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 9 minutes

19. Client Object Model – ECMA Script Client Object Model
Key Concepts:

How to use the SharePoint client object model to program a ECMAScript application against SharePoint data.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 8 minutes

20. Workflow – Whats New in SharePoint 2010 Workflow
Key Concepts:

Workflows used to have to be associated with a list, but this is no longer required in 2010.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 14 minutes

21. Workflow – Designing Workflows with SPD
Key Concepts:

Creating workflows is a breeze with SharePoint Designer.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 11 minutes

22. Workflow – Developing Workflows with VS2010
Key Concepts:

To create a site-level workflow, you pick the Site Workflow option when creating a new workflow with Visual Studio 2010. You can do this by picking one of the workflow project templates, or by adding a new workflow to an existing project.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 16 minutes

23. Services Architecture – Architectural and Logical Overview
Key Concepts:

The new SharePoint service architecture is more flexible than the the SSP model in MOSS 2007.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 19 minutes

24. Services Architecture – Creating Custom Service Applications
Key Concepts:

High End Developers may need to develop Custom Service Applications.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 37 minutes

25. Accessing External Data – Business Connectivity Services
Key Concepts:

The BCS (Business Connectivity Services) allows you to build applications that allow users to connect to external data through familiar Microsoft office interface (Word, Excel, etc).

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 14 minutes

26. Accessing External Data – Creating BCS Applications
Key Concepts:

External lists provide many powerful features, such as indexing, to allow developers to improve performance when building BCS applications.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 8 minutes

27. Enterprise Content Management – ECM and Enterprise Metadata
Key Concepts:

You can now use metadata to tag all of your enterprise data.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 21 minutes

28. Enterprise Content Management – Advanced Routing and Document Sets
Key Concepts:

A document set is used to group several documents into a single unit.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 14 minutes

29. Enterprise Content Management – In Place Records Management
Key Concepts:

You used have to create a separate record center to manage your documents. The record management feature can now be activated on any site. Rhe document ID service creates unique identifiers for your documents, and this makes it easy to find documents across your site collection.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 3 minutes

30. Extending Search – The Connector Framework
Key Concepts:

You can extend search by using search connector framework. Connectors allow you to bring custom data stores into the search.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 8 minutes

31. Extending Search – Enhancing the Search User Interface
Key Concepts:

SharedQueryManager allows you to manipulate the search results. Also, the UI for search can now be enhanced with your own custom code.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 2 minutes

32. Extending Search – Creating Custom Ranking Models
Key Concepts:

You can adjust the search results by modifying the weight giving to various factors.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 2 minutes

33. Performance Point Services
Key Concepts:

Business Intelligence allows you to surface data through dashboards.

Presenter: Chris Predeek

Nov 9, 2009 12 minutes

34. Sandboxed Solutions – Introducing Sandboxed Solutions
Key Concepts:

Sandboxed Solutions are SharePoint Solution Package files (WSP files) that are limited in what they can do and in the server resources they can use. What they can do is limited using Process Isolation and Code Access Security limited to the SharePoint Site. The resources they can use are limited by process monitoring, logging and log aggregation.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 15 minutes

35. Sandboxed Solutions – Executing Code in the Sandbox
Key Concepts:

Sandboxed solutions will not be able to make updates to the SharePoint object model beyond the scope of the SPSite object. Farm level and web application level changes are allowed only for read operations.

Presenter: Andrew Connell

Nov 9, 2009 12 minutes

36. SharePoint 2010 Security – Introduction to Claims Based Security
Key Concepts:

Claims-based security provides a common method of using a token to identify a user across applications. The token can be thought of as being metadata that describes the users access rights and remains with the user though out the session.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 24 minutes

37. Business Intelligence – Business Intelligence (BI) Primer
Key Concepts:

Quick introduction to business intelligence (BI) to get everyone up to speed on basic terms like: ETL (Extract, Transform, Load), Data Dictionary, Data Warehousing, Dashboards, Scorecards, excel service, performance point service, etc.

Presenter: Chris Predeek

Nov 9, 2009 12 minutes

38. Business Intelligence – Excel Services
Key Concepts:

Demonstrates using Excel Services to build Business Intelligence application.

Presenter: Chris Predeek

Nov 9, 2009 11 minutes

39. Business Intelligence – Performance Point Services
Key Concepts:

Business Intelligence is about surfacing data into dashboards and scorecards.

Presenter: Chris Predeek

Nov 9, 2009 12 minutes

40. Best Practices – Design Considerations
Key Concepts:

Design considerations in building SharePoint Applications.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 11 minutes

41. Best Practices – Testing and Deploment
Key Concepts:

Best Practices for testing and deployment.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 12 minutes

42. Upgrading Custom Solutions – Feature Upgrade Enhancements
Key Concepts:

Feature Upgrade Enhancements.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 14 minutes

43. Upgrading Custom Solutions – Solution Deployment Options
Key Concepts:

Solution Deployment Options.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 7 minutes

44. Upgrading VSeWSS Solutions – Upgrading Projects to 2010
Key Concepts:

Upgrading solutions written using the Visual Studio for WSS (VSeWSS) tool to 2010.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 6 minutes

45. Upgrading VSeWSS Solutions – Upgrading VSeWSS Projects
Key Concepts:

Upgrading VSeWSS Projects.

Presenter: Ted Pattison

Nov 9, 2009 4 minutes

 

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  2. Dave says:

    SharePoint 2010 Video Training for Developers – 45 Free Videos

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