Paul Andrew

Technical Product Manager for Office 365 at Microsoft

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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 extensions for Windows SharePoint Services (VSEWSS) v1.3 Released

    The VSeWSS v1.3 is now released and is available for download here . You should uninstall the VSeWSS 1.3 CTP and install this version. There is no difference to the project file format so Visual Studio 2008 projects using the VSeWSS format should not require any upgrading from the CTP. The tools are...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with SharePoint Development

    How do I get started working as a Professional Developer on SharePoint? Here's a brief outline of the options. First you need to have prerequisite skills in .NET Development and in particular ASP.NET Development. SharePoint is built on those technologies and most everything you do in SharePoint is...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Workflow Starter Kit for Software Developers

    The SharePoint team originally primarily targetted information workers in providing a workflow development environment for their SharePoint Designer product when they released Windows SharePoint Services v3. For developers who prefer Visual Studio for creating workflows there is now the Workflow Starter...
  • Blog Post: Learn about workflow in Windows SharePoint Services version 3

    Windows SharePoint Services version 3 is a useful option for a host for building workflows on Windows Workflow Foundation. They implement a host and their own persistence service and tracking service which are aligned with the SharePoint data store. There's a whitepaper available describing both Windows...
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