We just released new SharePoint 2010 training materials to MSDN and TechNet. Material is also downloadable as videos and PowerPoint presentations.
[Updated 16th of May – Direct links to IT pro trainings added. Also content concerning Channel 9 trainings included.]
Material contains around 40 different modules, which length varies from 30 to 100 minutes. Overall time for all of the modules is around 41 hours (22 hours in developer, 19 hours of IT Pro). There’s lot of interesting topics covered.
Here’s introduction and links for both of the tracks.
“For developers, SharePoint 2010 provides a business collaboration platform to rapidly build solutions and respond to business needs. SharePoint 2010 Advanced Developer Training offers technical training as self-paced modules and hosted labs for SharePoint 2007 professionals who want to upgrade their skills to SharePoint 2010.” - SharePoint 2010 Advanced Developer Training
You can also download presentations directly from Microsoft Download site.
“For IT professionals, SharePoint Server 2010 offers enhancements to drive productivity, a scalable unified infrastructure, and flexible deployment. SharePoint Server 2010 Advanced IT Professional Training is a deep technical learning series for current SharePoint Server 2007 professionals who are looking to upgrade their skills to SharePoint Server 2010” – SharePoint Server 2010 Advance IT Professional Training
This was extremely interesting engagement and we worked with many extremely skillful instructors. Here’s the list of persons, who owned modules in this training.
During past year we also had global tour to do trainings for partners and customers. We visited following cities with little bit different set of instructors: Seattle, Atlanta, Dallas, Amsterdam, Berlin, Bangalore and Singapore. Thanks for all participants and instructors from my behalf. Personally I had excellent time on the numerous locations I visited.
I also want to thank the local vendors for making sure that all of the logistics were running smoothly in each of the locations.
Thanks for everyone being involved for making this possible and such a success. Hopefully you find the available recordings useful and they help to make successful deployments and pleased end users.
Check also the newly released Channel 9 SharePoint developer content. There’s new videos and content available. This content was created together with the Critical Path Training instructors (mainly Andrew Connell & Ted Pattison), who are also mainly responsible of the recorded content. Paul Stubbs has been one of the drivers for this content internally. You can read introduction from following blog entry:
What’s the relationship of these two developer training materials? – Materials are originally based on same root content, but they were differentiated from each other long time ago. Both training materials have modules, which cover similar topics, but there’s lot of different content and demos in each of them. There’s also numerous modules, which are not overlapping between these two materials. I strongly suggest to check them both.