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SPTechCon – The SharePoint Technology Conference

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Coming February 2010, there is another SharePoint Conference – SPTechCon in San Francisco February 10-12, 2010. Whether you are a SharePoint user/developer/IT pro, this conference covers everyone and has a total of 101 sessions and workshops for your needs!

I will be presenting the following workshop and session at the conference and will be looking forward to meet you all!

Topic: SharePoint 2010: Developing With Data Technologies

Audience: Developers

Technical Level: Intermediate

When: Wednesday, February 10, 1:30 – 5:00pm

SharePoint provides a wealth of features and services which allow developers to quickly develop solutions to organizational problems. Developers can quickly create solutions with relate data, connect to other systems, manage a process flow, and can be deployed anywhere. SharePoint 2010 opens up a wide range of options, namely:

1. SharePoint List Lookups and Relationships

2. LINQ to SharePoint

3. Client Object Model

4. REST/ADO.NET Services

This three hour deep dive workshop will take you through the various steps of building SharePoint applications using the new Data Technologies.

Visual Studio 2010 Tools for SharePoint

Audience: Developers

Technical Level: Intermediate

When: Friday, February 12, 11:30am – 12:45pm

For SharePoint developers, Visual Studio 2010 not only provides a provides the development environment and native tools, but also the opportunity to engage in SharePoint development. Visual Studio 2010 Tools for SharePoint (VSTS) provides a rich developer experience for building SharePoint 2010 applications. Whether you are looking to build a simple web part or advanced SharePoint development, VSTS helps developers to get started right away on solution development. The most interesting part is the ability to extend this framework. This session will take you through the various features of VSTS, building complex and simple SharePoint applications using VSTS and also extending the framework.

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