SharePoint Server 2010 Development (70-573) Part 4

Part 4 of 4 in the SharePoint Server 2010 Development (70-573) series. This course will show you how to extend SharePoint Server 2010's out-of-box functionality and customize SharePoint applications to fit your business needs and brand.
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(24)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Sep 18, 2011
Duration
3h 34m
Table of contents
Working with Documents
Metadata
Creating a Search Interface
Storing Configuration Data
Creating a Site Definition
Sandboxed Solutions
Preparing for the SharePoint 2010, App Development (70-573) Exam
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Course info
Rating
(24)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Sep 18, 2011
Duration
3h 34m
Description

Part 4 of 4 in the SharePoint Server 2010 Development (70-573) series. This course will show you how to extend SharePoint Server 2010's out-of-box functionality and customize SharePoint applications to fit your business needs and brand. You'll walk away from this course with a solid understanding of the SharePoint object model and able to develop and build applications that maximize the value of SharePoint. This course is intended for Developers and Website Administrators new to SharePoint as well as SharePoint Administrators who are looking to learn the development and implementation of custom code. To get the most out of this course, you should have some experience with ASP.NET development and C#, as well as understand the basics of SharePoint features and administration.

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About the author

Eric was introduced to SharePoint near the end of 2006 and immediately took a personal interest in it. With a degree in Computer Science from Illinois State University focused on C++ development, Eric had the skill set that made the transition to C# for SharePoint 2007 development a breeze. Eric quickly became fluent in SharePoint and got his certifications. As we all know, with great power comes great responsibility. With his newfound knowledge and skills, Eric was presented with a unique opportunity to test his mettle as an instructor. Much to his own surprise, he did quite well and that led him to spend the better part of the last several years as an instructor and consultant in a wide variety of environments.

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