.NET 4.0 and VS2010

Microsoft Unveils Next Version of Visual Studio and .NET Framework Reveals extensive enhancements for simplified application life-cycle management, provides sneak peek at all key focus areas for Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0. </steve>

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SharePoint Guidance for Developers

For those that may not be following, the Patterns & Practices group has been working to create guidance for SharePoint developers. Go check it out on CodePlex and download the project. Inside the Docs folder, you’ll find a .chm file with the directory shown below to give you a taste.   </steve>

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SP2 Date Announced

Taken from Announcing Service Pack 2 (SP2) for the 2007 Microsoft Office System Some of the updates include: For Office Desktop Programs: Improved Outlook Calendaring Reliability Improved Outlook Performance Enabling Object Model support for Charts in PowerPoint and Word Improved cryptographic functionality by supporting all cryptographic algorithms offered by the operating system Improved functionality in…

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64-Bit is the way to go…

Yes, it’s time to move to 64-bit MOSS if you haven’t already. Here are a few points that I have been sharing with others. 1. The next version of SharePoint will be 64-bit, no 32-bit options, so plan for your hardware refresh now if you haven’t already. 2. Taken from the Best Practices for Operational…

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Forms Services Usage

I am currently working with several customers on using Forms Services and there a number of factors that pertain to designing and implementing the forms with optimum performance and usability. There are several good resources, one of which was just published, so if Forms Services is in your plans you may want to check these…

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