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We’ve published ten of the most popular videos from the SharePoint Conference.
Overview of the SharePoint 2010 Developer Platform
This SharePoint Conference video provides code-based demos and a brief look at the major new features, tools, and hosting options in SharePoint 2010.
Developing with the New User Interface Features in SharePoint 2010
This SharePoint Conference video shows how to customize the Ribbon without taking your users out of the look and feel of Microsoft SharePoint 2010.
Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint 2010 Development Tools Overview
This SharePoint Conference video provides an overview of SharePoint 2010 development with Visual Studio 2010, including project and item templates.
Building Solutions with Business Connectivity Services by Using Visual Studio 2010
This SharePoint Conference video shows how to provide multiple ways to expose line-of-business data as Microsoft SharePoint 2010 external lists.
Developing with REST and LINQ in SharePoint 2010
This SharePoint Conference video shows how to use the Client APIs as a programming model for SharePoint lists that do not have to run on the server.
What's New in Office 2010 for Developers
This SharePoint Conference video talks about new platform improvements in Office 2010, compatibility, UI programmability, and server-side services.
Develop Advanced Access Web Databases and Publish to SharePoint
This SharePoint Conference video shows how to build codeless Microsoft Access 2010 Web databases that run on both the client and the server.
Excel and Excel Services: The Top 10 Features You Need to Know
This SharePoint Conference video shows how to use the new features in Microsoft Excel 2010 and Excel Services 2010 to create rich business solutions.
Customizing Office 2010 Backstage View and Ribbon
This SharePoint Conference video shows how the Microsoft Office 2010 Backstage view can be programmatically customized for your solution.
Deep Dive Open XML and the Open XML SDK
This SharePoint Conference video shows how to use Open XML to create and edit documents on the server without using COM-based automation.
Download the PowerPoint Files for these Sessions