Ed Musters is a SharePoint MVP and a SharePoint Architect for Infusion. He has instructed the exclusive Critical Path SharePoint courses for many years. Ed holds all certifications in SharePoint 2010. He has been a featured speaker at DevReach in Sofia Bulgaria, Time for SharePoint in Poland, SharePoint Summit in Montreal, Great Indian Developer Summit in Bangalore India, DevTeach, SharePoint Saturdays, Microsoft Tech Days, and various Code Camps. Ed also enjoys speaking to user groups across the world.
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|Topic: ||Back to the Feature!: Solution Deployment in SharePoint 2010 |
|Description: || |
You know the excellent SharePoint developer tools support provided by SharePoint 2010, especially around the ease of packaging and deploying your Customizations. I will take you behind the scenes of the deployment model to build a solid understanding of the inner workings of solutions and features in 2010.
You will see that the Features and Solutions no longer have to be mapped "one to one" - through the use of the visual designer tool, developers have granular control over solution structure and activation dependencies. I will compare and contrast the deployment of a web part as both a Site Collection scoped feature as well as a Sandboxed solution - so that you clearly understand the benefits and limitations that the new Sandboxing capabilities bring to 2010. You will also see the new versioning and Upgrade Solution capabilities in action!
|Level: ||300 |
|Topic: ||Go with the Flow: Workflow Development in SharePoint 2010 |
|Description: ||There is something for everyone in this session whether you are a developer, designer, or business analyst! I will demonstrate workflow in SharePoint 2010, with a specific focus on new features and capabilities. For those of you completely new to SharePoint and/or 2010, there will be a brief tour and a look at the capabilities of the Document Library (metadata, check in, versioning, etc.). I will finish by applying an “out of the box” approval workflow template to the library, and set the groundwork for important workflow terminology. Then you will see a new workflow created using Visio, transition the workflows into SharePoint Designer, and finally move over to workflow development in Visual Studio 2010 using its templates and tools. Time permitting I will show you how you can upgrade your custom workflows from 2007 to 2010. |
|Level: ||200 |
|Topic: ||ASP.NET Developers: Start your career SharePoint 2010 now! |
|Description: ||Are you an experienced ASP.NET Developer who has been sitting on the sidelines as SharePoint 2010 opportunities pass you by? Wait no longer! I will guide you through the key terminology of SharePoint 2010 development and show you the Visual Studio 2010 tools. You will learn three immediate things you can do today with your ASP.NET skills, and be a productive developer on a SharePoint 2010 team tomorrow! |
|Level: ||200 |