Monthly Archives: September 2011

How To Programmatically Read Best Bets for SharePoint 2010 Search

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For one of the projects I’m working on, I needed to be able to iterate search best bets programmatically. I did a quick Google search and came up with a blog post by Stefan Goßner on the subject. Turns out Stefan’s post was for SharePoint 2007 and the code uses a type that has been… Continue reading How To Programmatically Read Best Bets for SharePoint 2010 Search

Creating a SharePoint Site Page With Code-Behind Using Visual Studio 2010

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A while ago I was reading Kirk Evans blog post on the subject of using code-behind in SharePoint 2010 site pages. I wanted to make sure things still worked the way they did in SharePoint 2007. Everything looked the same until I saw the part about updating the web.config file. From Kirk’s blog post: “The… Continue reading Creating a SharePoint Site Page With Code-Behind Using Visual Studio 2010

Getting Started with SharePoint 2010 Development at DevTeach and Prairie DevCon

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I’ll be doing a full-day post-conference session on SharePoint 2010 development at both DevTeach in Ottawa and Prairie DevCon in Winnipeg.  This session is a day-long overview of development on the SharePoint 2010 platform. It is designed for those new to SharePoint, but will prove interesting to seasoned SharePoint developers looking to find out about… Continue reading Getting Started with SharePoint 2010 Development at DevTeach and Prairie DevCon

SharePoint for ASP.NET Developers–Recorded Session from DevLink

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Here’s another recorded session from the DevLink conference. SharePoint is an awesome tool. It allows you to build web sites, manage lists of data, collaborate on documents, and so much more – all done through a simple, easy to use, web interface. When you need to go beyond the built in capabilities of the product,… Continue reading SharePoint for ASP.NET Developers–Recorded Session from DevLink