You can visit the SharePoint Developer Center to learn about the latest SharePoint developer content that is available to read, listen, or watch. For example, the following articles, videos, and code samples were published recently.

Creating Custom SharePoint Server 2010 Document Sets with Visual Studio 2010

Learn how to create SharePoint Server 2010 document sets by using Visual Studio 2010 instead of by using the browser-based user interface.

Video: Creating Custom SharePoint Server 2010 Document Sets with Visual Studio 2010 Learn how to create SharePoint Server 2010 document sets with Visual Studio 2010 instead of with the browser-based user interface.
Exploring PowerPivot for Excel and SharePoint: Blue Yonder Charters

Explore a project that uses PowerPivot for Excel, Microsoft Silverlight, and SharePoint Server 2010 to aggregate and share information, both inside and outside a firewall.

Customizing and Extending the SharePoint 2010 Server Ribbon

Learn about the components that make up the SharePoint 2010 Server ribbon and how to customize the ribbon by walking through two ribbon customization scenarios.

Creating a .NET Connectivity Assembly for Business Connectivity Services by Using Visual Studio 2010

Learn how to create a Microsoft .NET Framework connectivity assembly for Microsoft Business Connectivity Services (BCS) by using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.

Code Sample for Creating .NET Connectivity for BCS Explore the code as you learn to create a BDC model that uses BCS entities in Visual Studio to access a matrix in SQL Server.
Video: Creating .NET Connectivity Assemblies for SharePoint 2010 Business Connectivity Services Using Visual Studio 2010 Learn to create .NET connectivity assemblies SharePoint 2010 Business Connectivity Services Using Visual Studio 2010.

So, be sure to check out the new content on the SharePoint Developer Center that is published on a regular basis.

 

Mary Lee, Programming Writer.