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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

DevTeach 2010 – Lap Around ASP.NET 4 Session Materials

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Abstract: There are a significant number of changes for web developers in Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4. Visual Studio offers new project templates, markup snippets and integrated web deployment features. WebForms adds routing, greater control of client identifiers, and easy integration between the data controls and dynamic data. ASP.NET AJAX gets a new name… Continue reading

DevTeach Toronto Session Materials

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Thanks to all of you who came out to DevTeach and cudos to the organizers for running a great event. I hope to see you in Montreal in December. You can download the slides and demos I used in my sessions by clicking the links below. Introduction to Windows Communication FoundationWindows Communication Foundation (WCF) is Microsoft’s next… Continue reading

DevTeach Vancouver Sessions

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I just submitted my final set of abstracts for DevTeach Vancouver. Thirteen in all, with a mix of topics including Discoverability, ClickOnce, Acropolis, Design Patterns, VB Fusion, Windows Communication Foundation, and SharePoint 2007 development. I felt really good about my chances – at least I did for the two minutes between sending the email and reading this. Hold on,… Continue reading