Building Integrated Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint Online, and Office 2010 Solutions Using BCS and LOB Data – TechEd 2012

As a companion to my previous post, here is a recording of my session at TechEd in Amsterdam about building-out rich integrated solutions using BCS in Office 365. (If you have any issues viewing, you can access the video directly from here.) As a backdrop for the discussion I use an all-up, end-to-end scenario that…

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Professional SharePoint 2010 Cloud-Based Solutions by Wrox!

Steve Fox was the driver behind this and it was a great opportunity to team up with him and my other colleagues Paul Stubbs and Girish Raja to write this book. Professional SharePoint 2010 Cloud-Based Solutions is primarily for IT Pros, SharePoint Developers and enthusiasts who want to better understand how to leverage the cloud…

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Office 365 Developer Guidance and Resources

With the launch of Office 365, which includes Exchange Online, Lync Online and SharePoint Online, there are a number of great resources available for developers to help get you started developing on the platform. First, for Office client-related development, there is a short white paper Guidance for Office Development in Office 365 that calls out…

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The Office 2010 Developer Training Course on MSDN and Training Kit Gets Updated

I have just released an update to the MSDN Office 2010 Developer Training Course and downloadable training Kit. Updates include two new training Modules around developing your own custom Outlook Social Connector Provider and connecting up Office with Azure Services. There is also new content for the Open XML 2.0 SDK, using the JavaScript Object…

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Announcing: Office Business Application (OBA) Sample Application Kit for SAP v. 2.0

I just released the new Office Business Application (OBA) Sample Application Kit for SAP v. 2.0 to MSDN. The kit is now ready for download and has been fully updated for SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010. Downloads for the kit include a Technical Walkthrough Whitepaper describing the various components used in the solution, an Installation…

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SharePoint Sideshow: Join the Office 365 Beta and Start Developing for SharePoint Online

With the recent release of Office 365 Beta to the public there is much to talk about for developers. In this SharePoint Sideshow episode, Chris Mayo, Office 365 Technical Evangelist, and I talk about how to get started developing against SharePoint Online. Chris describes the services offered by Office 365, including Exchange Online, Lync Online,…

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Announcing: OBA Sample Application Kit for PeopleSoft v. 2.0 – Now Available

I am pleased to say that today in my Collaborate 2011 session about PeopleSoft integration with Office and SharePoint 2010, I’ll be demoing the new Office Business Application (OBA) Sample Application Kit for PeopleSoft v. 2.0 just released to MSDN. The kit is now ready for download and has been fully updated for SharePoint 2010…

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SharePoint Sideshow Episode: Dynamics CRM, SharePoint, and Office – A Great Combo

In this episode of the SharePoint Sideshow, I have a conversation with Girish Raja, Technical Evangelist, about Dynamics CRM. You might ask, How does Dynamics CRM have any relationship with SharePoint and Office? That’s where the power of the Dynamics CRM story comes in. Built with deep integration to SharePoint and Office, Dynamics CRM demonstrates…

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SharePoint Sideshow: Setting up a SharePoint and Office 2010 Development Machine with a Setup Script

In this SharePoint Sideshow episode Paul Stubbs and Chris Johnson provide guidance on how to use their Easy Setup Script for building out a SharePoint and Office 2010 environment on a development machine. Be sure to note “development machine” in that this should not be applied to your “daily use” machine. Essentially, this is a…

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Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Developer Training Courses now on MSDN

The Channel 9 Office and SharePoint Developer Training Courses have been moved and are now available on MSDN. All the same great content – hands-on labs, code samples, videos, etc. – just a new location. Please bookmark http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/trainingcourses.aspx and let other developers know as well. There’s new content on the way so stay tuned. Continue…

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