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Read book excerpts from the Wrox book, Professional SharePoint 2007 Development (ISBN 978-0-470-11756-9, copyright Wrox 2007, all rights reserved).
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About the Book
Dive into seven key Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 development areas: the base collaboration platform, portal and composite application frameworks, enterprise search, ECM, business process automation and workflow, electronic forms, and business intelligence.
This book is for ASP.NET developers who want to add collaboration support to their existing applications, Windows/Microsoft Office client developers who want to move their solutions from the desktop to the Web, and experienced SharePoint version 2.0 developers who want to take advantage of the new capabilities available in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.
You will learn about Windows SharePoint Services and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, including the following:
Ways to enhance collaboration using calendars, tasks, issues, and e-mail alerts
Techniques for developing applications with integrated RSS, blogs, and Wikis
How to build, configure, and manage portal solutions
Strategies for using enterprise search, XML, and XSLT
Methods for improving enterprise content management and business intelligence
Ways to take advantage of built-in support for regulatory compliance and Web publishing
How to create custom workflows and integrate them into your solutions
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About the Author
Brendon Schwartz , author of the featured chapters, actively participates in the Atlanta area user groups and is known as one of the Atlanta .NET Regular Guys (www.devcow.com), of which he is also one of the cofounders. He is currently on the INETA board of directors as the vice president of technology, working to solve the technology problems of a large nonprofit organization using SharePoint and ASP.NET. Brendon currently works for Wintellect, solving real-world business problems through the use of Microsoft technologies such as SharePoint, .NET, Office, and VSTS. In addition to presenting at local user groups, he created the Free Training 1,2,3! series to help developers learn Microsoft technologies. As a .NET community leader in Atlanta, Brendon coauthored and presented the training material for SharePoint 1,2,3! (www.sharepoint123.com). He also writes technical articles for Microsoft, as well as other magazine publications on the topics of SharePoint and business intelligence. Brendon has worked on the leadership teams of five different user groups and has been interviewed for his community efforts on podcasts, including the ASP.NET Podcast, .NET Rocks!, and The SharePoint Show podcast. Brendon serves as the co-chairman of the Atlanta Code Camps (www.atlantacodecamp.com), at which he also regularly presents.