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  • This is the most common screen you will see in SharePoint… and also the main reason SharePoint is a woman… “I’m mad at you, and I’m not going to tell you why!”
  • The SharePoint Server has gained a lot of popularity with the release of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. With the inclusion of document management and enterprise search capabilities, as well as Records Center and Excel Services modules, more and more companies are turning toward SharePoint in search of solutions to their business problems. With this growth comes big opening for business opportunities, but those who don’t have the right training approach stand to lose out on a customer’s or internal business units satisfaction.Some of the SharePoint environment roles are often defined as IT related, and information workers are often overlooked.Lack of training is the number one

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  • Clarity. Direction. Confidence. THE RIGHT INTRODUCTION TOSHAREPOINT FOR DEVELOPERS (It doesn‟t have to be so painful) Mark Rackley BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • About the speaker…The Hillbilly Mr. Ackley Catcher of all things that flow downhill Solutions Architect & SharePoint Practice Lead for Juniper Strategy, LLC. www.juniper-strategy.com Speaker, Blogger, (soon to be) Author Blog: www.sharepointhillbilly.com Twitter: @mrackley E-mail: mrackley@gmail.com BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Session OverviewWhat is SharePoint & what can it do for me?SharePoint OverviewWhat IS SharePoint Development?Development BasicsImportance of Community BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • 5 Stages of Learning SharePointDenial – “They aren‟t really going to make me learn this. They‟llforget all about it in the next few months and move onto the nextshiny new toy.”Anger – “What a piece of garbage! This is SO stupid! I can‟t believethey are making me learn this! It‟s impossible!”Bargaining – “Okay.. How about this, I‟ll do support 24/7 for the restof my life, just don‟t make me learn this!”Depression – “It‟s hopeless. I‟ll never learn this. I wonderMcDonalds is hiring?”Acceptance – “Well, it looks like I have no choice… maybe it won‟tbe that bad? Hey! At least it will look good on my resume? And I hearthere‟s this magical think called „SharePint‟” BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • What IS SharePoint? BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • What IS SharePoint?File Share?Content Management?Workflow Engine?Collaboration Portal?A silver bullet for all your business processes?The cure for cancer? BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • SharePoint is a PLATFORM“A ‘platform’ is a system that can be programmed and therefore customized by outside developers — users — and in that way, adapted to countless needs and niches that the platform’s original developers could not have possibly contemplated, much less had time to accommodate.”- Marc Andreessen, Netscape BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • What can SharePoint do for me? .NET SharePoint Data Storage Data Storage Presentation Presentation Security Security Clustering Security API’s API’s Web Services Web Services Office Integration Office Integration Features FeaturesSource: http://www.sharepointcowboy.com BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • SharePoint Overview BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • SharePoint Overview BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Terminology (Remember when a Web Application was a Web Application)Farm Elevated Privileges Safe Control CAML Site Column Feature Declarative Workflow STSADMSite Collection Persisted Object Application Page Content Type Site Definition List Definition Solution Package ScopeContent Database List Instance Event Receiver Central Administration Publishing Page ONET Web Application Theme List View Feature Receiver Field Control Team Site Client Object Model BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Server Farms Server Farm A collection of SharePoint role servers and a SQL database server Web Front Servers can perform one or more Ends functions (web front end, search, application, etc.) Farm-level features are managed via Central Administration Application Custom code can be deployed at the Farm level and managed centrally Solution Packages allow custom Database code to be automatically deployed across the farm BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • SharePoint Overview BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • SharePoint Overview BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • SharePoint OverviewInformation Architecture http://www.microsoft.com/industry/healthcare/technology/hpo/kno wledgeworker/moss2007informationarchitecture.aspxLogical Architecture http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc261995.aspxGovernance BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Becoming a SharePoint Developer BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Path To SharePoint DeveloperEnd UserPower UserAdministratorDeveloper BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • What about Architects?  Be able to use all the acronyms appropriately  Fake everything else (I‟m kidding of course) BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • What IS SharePoint Development? Out of the Box SharePoint Designer Javascript / jQuery Web Services Object Model BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Choose the right tool for the job! BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Know your tools!jQuery Deployable and Maintainable Document Library or File System Secure Runs with permissions of current user Full CRUD on SharePoint List Data Web Services (SPServices) BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Know your tools!SharePoint Designer Remote Development Dataview Web Parts MasterPages,Page Layouts, CSS Connect to external data sources Workflows Be very wary in 2007 Much improved in 2010 BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • SharePoint Designer 2007…The Good Don‟t have to develop on the server SPD Workflows Developing Branding Data View Web PartsThe Bad SPD Workflows Un-Ghosting (Export your Web Parts!!)The Ugly Possible to break a site collection Be careful modifying default aspx files Migration & Restores Disconnect Workflows Maintenance Don‟t tell your boss what you have to do BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Know your tools!Visual Studio Solution Packaging! (.WSP files) Web Services Web Parts Custom Workflows Event Receivers Complicated Business logic If you can do it in .NET you can do it in SharePoint (but should you?) BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Custom Development BasicsNecessary Skills .NET development XML CAML JavaScript Glutton for punishment Stubbornness BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Custom DevelopmentFeatures {SP Root}TEMPLATEFEATURE Feature.XML Scopes Web – Specific SharePoint Site Site – Specific Site Collection and all Sub Sites WebApplication – Web Application, all Site Collections, and all Sub Sites Farm – All Web Applications, all Site Collections, and all Sub Sites BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Custom DevelopmentFeatures Elements.XML Specified in Feature <ElementManifests> Many types Content Types Custom actions Delegate Controls Document converters Event registrations Feature site template associations (stapling) Field Definitions (site columns) Etc.. Etc.. Etc.. BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • DEMOS! BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Custom DevelopmentWhat‟s new in 2010? Sandboxed Solutions Client Object Model REST Visual Studio 2010 enhancements BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Create Solution Packages! BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Solution Packages.WSP file (WSS Solution Package)Easily Deploy and Retract FilesSharePoint manages deploying to multiple WFEsDeployed with STSADM#1 Best Practice For Developers! BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Solution PackagesContains two things All necessary files Instructions for handling those filesWhat Can be deployed? Assemblies Any file to SharePoint Root Custom Code Access Security Policies Web Part definitions and resources BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • DEMO BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • DebuggingLook in the Event Log Admin Tools->Computer Management-> Event Viewer BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Debugging SharePoint Logs  C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft ShareWeb Server Extensions12LOGS  Can write to logs when writing custom code BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Debugging - Code BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Free Tools…Custom Development / Deployment STSDev WSP BuilderSPServices Access SharePoint Web Services using jQuery http://spservices.codeplex.comFiddler – Web Debugging Proxy http://www.fiddler2.com/Fiddler2/version.asp Performance Tuning, inspect session data, etcDon‟t forget to check CodePlex! BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • A Word (or two) About Community BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • The Best Way to Avoid SharePoint Fail Image Source: http://theroosterstrikes.files.wordpress.com BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • You Gotta Drink the Kool-Aid!Attend EventsRead/Write BlogsRead BooksJoin the CommunitySetup a VHDDON‟T BE AFRAID TODO SOMETHING! Image Source: http://www.irvinehousingblog.com BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT
  • Clarity. Direction. Confidence. QUESTIONS?Please be sure to fill out your session evaluation! BEST PRACTICES CONFERENCE SHAREPOINT