Microsoft Developer Dinner Series for Partners – An Overview of SharePoint 2010 from a Developer’s Perspective


REGISTER TODAY!           

Click the link above OR call   1-877-673-8368 and reference Event ID 1032431147


LOCATION:  Please note that this event is NOT taking place in the Microsoft Reston office

Sheraton Reston Hotel
11810 Sunrise Valley Drive 
Reston, VA 20191
(703) 620-9000


Event Date: November 11, 2009


Registration: 17:30


Event Time: 18:00 – 20:00


Speaker for tonight’s presentation

Marc Schweigert, Principal Developer Evangelist

Microsoft Corporation, US Public Sector Developer and Platform Evangelism Team




Join Marc Schweigert for a developer focused walkthrough over dinner, jam packed with demos showcasing how SharePoint 2010 combined with Visual Studio 2010 is a very familiar and approachable platform for ASP.NET developers to build custom solutions faster by leveraging all that SharePoint 2010 has “in-the-box.”   SharePoint 2010 is a major step forward for SharePoint as a development platform not only because of the richer set of overall features that the platform supports but also because significant investments have been made in the suite of tools to make developers more productive. SharePoint is now more accessible to developers of all skill levels. 


What you will learn


·         Developing for SharePoint 2010 using Windows 7 and Windows Vista

·         Web Part advancements including using the new Visual Designer for SharePoint 2010

·         New advancements in accessing SharePoint list data

o   Server-Side APIs including LINQ to SharePoint

o   Client-Side APIs including .NET, Silverlight, and JavaScript

·         Integrating external data into SharePoint using Business Connectivity Services

·         Implementing custom business processes using workflow

·         Integration with Silverlight

·         Build solutions that integrate with the new Ribbon interface

·         And more…


Who Should Attend

Developers, Architects, Web Designers and technical managers who wish to get an early look at the next advancement in Software Development.   



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