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Matthias Einig: Professional Sharepoint Development with VS2010 | LightUp Sharepoint

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(PT) O Sharepoint é o produto com maior crescimento na história da Microsoft, e está em utilização em mais de 250.000 grandes, médias e pequenas empresas em todo o mundo. No entanto, desenvolver aplicações "à medida" em cima da plataforma Sharepoint tem sido encarado como um desafio difícil de ultrapassar. Com o Visual Studio 2010, Sharepoint 2010 e tecnologias como o Silverlight, isto muda dramaticamente - é agora extremamente fácil criar aplicações customizadas sobre Sharepoint e os resultados chegam a ser impressionantes. Nesta sessão, Matthias Einig da Steria.Mummert mostra-nos um overview do que é possível atingir ao desenvolver soluções Sharepoint de nível profissional utilizando o VS 2010.

*esta sessão foi gravada no evento "Light Up Sharepoint", que teve lugar no dia 7 de Fevereiro de 2011 na Microsoft Portugal.

(EN) SharePoint is one of the fastest-growing Microsoft products and it is in use in more than 250.000 large, medium-sized and smaller businesses world-wide. Yet, custom application development on top of the SharePoint platform is considered messy and complicated. With VS 2010, SharePoint 2010 and technologies like Silverlight, this has changed dramatically – it is now very easy to create custom applications on top of SharePoint and the results can be extremely impressive. In this session Matthias Einig, Steria.Mummert, gives an overview of what's possible to achieve in developint professional Sharepoint solutions using VS 2010.

*this session was recorded at the "Light Up Sharepoint" event, that took place in the 7th February 2011 @ Microsoft Portugal.

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