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Fladotnet is delighted to invite you to the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 1 Day Workshop for Developers

We are delighted to invite you to join us for a day deep dive into SharePoint 2010 for Developers. This program has been designed to build a strong skill base to develop SharePoint 2010 applications using Visual Studio 2010. The training is targeted toward SharePoint 2007 professionals who are looking to better understand the differences, deltas, and new features of SharePoint 2010. Don’t miss this great opportunity to meet with highly skilled Microsoft SharePoint experts, network and exchange practical experiences!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

The morning will begin with a look at the SharePoint 2010 development roadmap, and demonstrate how successful SharePoint development teams can leverage Visual Studio 2010 as they build their solutions.

In the afternoon we’ll dive into 300-level SharePoint development topics. Hold onto your hats, as the afternoon is designed for experienced SharePoint 2007 developers, covering developer topics for SharePoint Server 2010 including: SharePoint 2010 Services Architecture, SharePoint Development with VS10, changes to Workflows, External Data in SharePoint and extending the SharePoint 2010 Search Infrastructure.

AGENDA:

Schedule of lectures

§ SharePoint 2010 Developer Roadmap

§ SharePoint Development with Visual Studio 10 and SharePoint UI Advancements

§ Building a successful SharePoint development team

§ Designing Lists and Schemas and LINQ to SharePoint

§ Client Object Model and SharePoint 2010 Workflow

§ The SharePoint 2010 Services Architecture, External Data in SharePoint (BCS)

§ Enterprise Content Management (ECM), Extending Search

§ BI Solutions with Performance Point Server 2010

§ User Solutions and Partially Trusted Code, SharePoint 2010 and Claims-based Security

PRE-REQUISITES:

WE VALUE YOUR TIME! We are conscious of the investment you are making when you choose to attend. We appreciate your commitment and want to assure you that it is our first priority to ensure that this event provides each attendee with a valuable return on this investment. This is a fast-paced, 1 day event designed for experienced software developers and solution architects. Familiarity with Visual Studio 2008 and VSTO is highly recommended. Pre-requisite training is available at www.mssharepointdeveloper.com.

DATES AND EVENT LOCATIONS from
9am to 5pm:

Dec 3, 2009 - Fort Lauderdale, Microsoft Office, Florida:

6750 North Andrews Ave., Suite 400, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309, Phone: (954) 489-4800

Dec 7, 2009 - Tampa, Microsoft Office, Florida:

5426 Bay Center Dr., Suite 700, Tampa, FL 33609, Phone: (813) 281-3900

Registration: We have limited seats available. Sign up for the events via the following links:
For Fort Lauderdale register here: http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=142844

For Tampa register here: http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=142845

9am

1. SharePoint 2010 Developer Roadmap

10am

2. SharePoint Development with Visual Studio 10

11am

3. Building a successful SharePoint development team

12pm

Lunch

1pm

4. Client Object Model

2pm

5. Sandboxed Solutions

3pm

6. Designing Lists and Schemas

4pm

7. Enterprise Content Management

Bio:
clip_image002 Paul Stubbs is a Microsoft Technical Evangelist for SharePoint and Office, where he focuses on information worker development community around SharePoint and Office, Silverlight, and Web 2.0 social networking. He has authored three books on solution development using Microsoft Office, SharePoint and Silverlight, several articles for MSDN Magazine, and has also spoken at Microsoft Tech-Ed and Tech-Ready conferences. Paul has also worked as a Senior Program Manager with the Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO) team in Redmond, Washington. Read Paul’s blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/pstubbs/

clip_image004 Jim Blizzard is the Developer Technical Specialist for Microsoft in Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi, and is based out of Tampa, Florida. Jim worked previously for Microsoft Consulting Services in the application development space, focusing on web and smart client development, and was a Developer Evangelist for Microsoft, spreading the good news of .NET to the masses in the Pacific Northwest. Read Jim’s blog at http://snowstormlife.com/blogs/bliz .