How do we do SharePoint development, including TFS integration?

There’s lot of information available concerning development processes, automated builds and continuous integration in SharePoint development using Team Foundation Server, but unfortunately most of the information is in relatively high level or just concepts, but details are missing. It’s also fairly common misconception that setting for example automated build with TFS is difficult – it’s…

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SharePoint 2010 – More public information available

Finally SharePoint 2010 information is publicly available after the release on SharePoint Conference past Monday. Since people participating to early adopters programs and for example MVPs, have had a change to work with the early builds for a while, there will be lot of new information available in the blogs during upcoming weeks. Below is…

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WCM enabled collaboration sites

Usually collaboration sites (team sites) and WCM functionalities (publishing sites) are seen as two totally separate functionalities provided by SharePoint. However by combining these both options, we can provide even more sophisticated functionalities. One of the challenges in the team sites is the fact that there’s no easy way to store metadata in “site level”,…

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Internet facing MOSS sites without content deployment

Lately there has been quite a lot of discussions concerning Internet facing MOSS sites and content deployment. Quite often there’s misconception that MOSS cannot be used as Internet facing platform without separate authoring farm and utilizing content deployment. Assumption is understandable, but completely wrong. By utilizing possibility to have multiple zones for single SharePoint application,…

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