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  • Introduction to SharePoint 2010 for Developers
    Ryan Hayes
    November 16th, 2010
    Disclaimer: SharePoint 2010 is way too big to fully cover in one presentation. You are advised to use the buddy system as we journey into this vast, scary wilderness.
  • Staples of a developer’s life.
    CRUD screens.
    Reports.
    Authentication and security – a top priority.
    Releasing and Maintaining applications at bizarre times of the night are sometimes required.
    And more…
  • Things that make developers’ lives suck.
    CRUD screens are boring.
    Users know the information they need in a report better than we do. -OR- It would take half as long if they could do it themselves.
    Authentication and security has been done before, but we have to build another login screen…and security…and filtering…every single time.
    Sleep is better than deploying. Deployments should be easier by now!
    And more…
    Basically: Rebuilding plumbing for every application..
    IS LAME!
  • SharePoint at a glance…
  • Sites
    Master Pages/CSS/Themes
    WebParts/Portal
    Ribbon UI
    SharePoint Workspace (formerly Groove)
    SharePoint Mobile for Windows Phone 7
    Office Webapps and Office Clients
  • Communities
    Tagging and ratings
    Social Bookmarking
    Blogs and Wikis
    My Sites
    Activity feeds
    Profiles and Expertise
    Organization Structure
    Basically: Facebook.
  • Content
    Content Types
    Enterprise Metadata
    Document Sets
    Special Media content types.
    Remote Blob Storage
    The SharePoint List
  • Search
    Social Relevance
    Phonetic Search
    Indexing of External Sites/Storage
    FAST Search Integration
  • Insights and Analytics
    PerformancePoint Services
    Excel Services
    External Lists
    Chart Web Part
    Web Analytics
    PowerPivot
  • Composites
    Business Connectivity Services
    InfoPath Form Services
    External Lists
    Workflow (WF)
    SharePoint Designer
    Visual Studio
    Visio
    Extensive API
    REST/ATOM/RSS
  • Let’s take a look!
  • The SharePoint Object Model
  • Benefits of SharePoint as a Development Platform
    Data management
    Document management
    CMS
    Office applications
    Metadata management
    BPM Framework
    Social Framework
    Security
    Scalability
    Availability
    Connectivity
    Extensibility
    Manageability
    Performance
    Analytics
  • SharePoint Resources
    SharePoint Developer Center
    http://msdn.com/sharepoint
    SharePoint Overflow
    http://www.sharepointoverflow.com/
    SharePoint SUSHI – Open Source SP Utility
    http://sushi.codeplex.com
  • Ryan Hayes
    Email: ryanhayes84@gmail.com
    Twitters: @RyannosaurusRex
    Writings: Blog.RyanHayes.NET