SharePoint 2010 Developer Ramp-Up - Part 3
by Andrew Connell and Ted Pattison
Information Architecture Storage and Data Access - learn how SharePoint 2010 stores data and how you can access that data both from server-side code (including using the new support for LINQ) and client-side code.
What you'll learn
In this course you will learn everything there is to know about how SharePoint structures and stores data. This includes an in-depth discussion on site columns, content types, list definitions and lists. In addition you will also learn how to create event receivers which are bits of code that run in response to certain events on SharePoint lists. Next you will learn how to access data from server-side code including using the new support for LINQ. Finally you will also learn how to read and write to SharePoint from off the server using the new Client Side Object Model (CSOM).
About the authors
Andrew Connell is a full stack web developer with a focus on Microsoft Azure and Office 365, specifically the Office 365 APIs, SharePoint Server, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft's .NET Framework, Angular, and Node.js that enjoys development, writing and teaching.
Andrew has received Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award every year since 2005 and has contributed to numerous books, articles, and projects over the years.
Andrew is a frequent presenter at numerous conferences around the g... morelobe. You can find Andrew on his popular blog (www.andrewconnell.com), follow him on Twitter @andrewconnell, check out some of the numerous projects he's involved in on GitHub (github.com/andrewconnell) or listen to his popular weekly podcast, The Microsoft Cloud Show (www.microsoftcloudshow.com), which is focused on Microsoft cloud services such as Azure and Office 365 as well as the competitive cloud landscape.
Ted Pattison is an author, instructor and co-founder of Critical Path Training (http://www.criticalpathtraining.com/Instructors/Pages/TedPattison.aspx), a company dedicated to education on SharePoint technologies. For the last five years Ted has worked with Microsoft’s Developer Platform Evangelism group researching and authoring SharePoint training material for early adopters. Ted started working with SharePoint 2010 in August of 2008 and since that time has led a series of 5-day training class... morees in which he has already taught hundreds of professional developers how to get started building custom business solutions using the SharePoint 2010 platform.