Jeremy Thake is a Senior Consultant at Readify based in Perth, Australia. He is an active blogger/twitter in Sharepoint community and facilitates the SharePointDevWiki.com.
Pick a tribeCoatsy – VSTO/Winforms/WPF guysThakey – SharePoint/ASP.NET guys
How many Office Developers out there?How many SharePoint Developers out there?
“Would anyone like a go at defining what SharePoint is?”
It’s all about your CustomersTakes the Excel and Access work and puts it in central placeDeploying to load balanced front end solution artefactsLists: Event Receivers, Workflow, Forms, Versioning, MetaData, Views
ASP.NET is the building blocks of SharePoint
To be able to develop SharePoint efficient you really need to be developing on the server to be able to debug into the code deployed.Each Developer needs an environment they can spin up to debug and deploy to.Because they need to debug and deploy they need an isolated environment
Imagine if you had to:Add a web part to 1000 pages within a portalAdd a column to every list in all 100 sites
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What is SharePoint?<br />End Users<br />“Collaboration Portal”<br />Power Users<br />“Provisioning Platform”<br />Developers <br />“Application Development Platform”<br />
SharePoint 2010<br />Will not be covering SharePoint 2010<br />SharePoint Conference 2009 in Las Vegas (19th October 2009)<br />SharePoint Sneak Peek<br />Web Part Visual Designer<br />Not everyone will jump on 2010 straight away<br />
Development Environment<br />Server based development environment<br />Windows Server 2003/8<br />SQL 2005/8<br />WSS 3.0/MOSS 2007<br />Visual Studio 2008<br />Virtual Machines<br />Hyper V / Boot-VHD / VMWare/...<br />
Deployment<br />Solution Packages (WSP)<br />SharePoint provisions them in Farm<br />Anything you can do in Web UI can be done in WSPs<br />Repeatability / Reuse<br />Not as quick to construct<br />
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