.NET developers can leverage the .NET Framework to support Windows SharePoint Services and Microsoft Office SharePoint Services. A new website, Microsoft SharePoint Developer, includes access to training courses, how to get certified on SharePoint, where to get evaluation bits to get started. 

The new material helps.NET Developers learn the top ten artifacts in SharePoint that you are interested in. We’ve created a variety of materials with different learning styles to make getting started with these artifacts easy. And it’s all based on the Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Tools: Visual Studio 2008 Extensions, Version 1.2 that was just released.

The top ten SharePoint artifacts of interest is available on the site:

  • Web Parts
  • Data Lists
  • Event Handlers
  • Workflows
  • Silverlight Web Parts
  • Page Navigation
  • Page Branding
  • Web Services
  • Content Types
  • User Management

Each of the SharePoint artifacts are supported with virtual labs, webcast, screen casts, presentations, hands on downloads, and resources. 

For more information, see Microsoft SharePoint Developer.