It's that time of year again – TechEd North America is right around the corner. This year the conference is being held in Atlanta, Georgia, May 16th through the 19th. As usual, there will be a lot of good content but this year we have a special treat. Rob Bogue and I will be presenting a full day pre-conference session on professional SharePoint 2010 development. This session covers a lot of ground and is targeted at developers who already know the nuts and bolts of creating web parts, workflows and event receivers but want to move up to the next level. It's more about the "why" instead of the "how". We go deep into some of the more challenging aspects of SharePoint development, including performance optimization, data access, sandbox vs. farm solutions, solution design and deployment, unit testing, and more. It's a week's worth of content condensed into one day of intense learning.
This is a great opportunity to gain knowledge distilled from real-world enterprise scenarios. Don't miss out – pre conference sessions have limited seating and sell out fast.
We'll see you in Atlanta!
PRC06 Professional SharePoint Development
Date: May 15, 2011
Session Type: Pre-Conference Seminar
Track: Office & SharePoint
Description: Microsoft SharePoint 2010 provides a range of new features and functionality for building custom applications. In this intensive seminar learn how to build dynamic, scalable and secure solutions using proven real-world techniques. Covering the complete application lifecycle, from designing data architecture to packaging and deployment, topics include user experience design, artifact selection, information architecture, branding and customization, security, page and data access performance and application testing. This seminar delivers a deep-dive into enterprise SharePoint development and is ideal for mid-to-senior level developers, development team leads, and experienced Microsoft .NET developers interested in learning more about SharePoint programming.