Creating Content-Centric Sites with SharePoint 2010 Web Content Management by Andrew Connell
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SharePoint 2010 provides all the tools you need to create content centric Internet/Extranet/Intranet facing solutions that do not fit the mold of traditional SharePoint collaboration solutions. These capabilities, dubbed Web Content Management (WCM), enable content owners and managers to create sites that are consumed by a very large user base. In this session, you’ll learn how to create compelling content-centric sites using just the browser and SharePoint Designer 2010 including creating custom page types, page templates, modifying the user experience as well as enforcing certain business rules for content publication and storage.
This session is presented by Andrew Connell
Andrew Connell is an author, instructor and co-founder of Critical Path Training (www.CriticalPathTraining.com), a SharePoint education focused company. Andrew is a five-time recipient of Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) & Microsoft Office SharePoint Server. He has contributed to numerous MCMS and SharePoint books over the years. In June 2008 he published the only book on the subject of developing Publishing / Web Content Management (WCM) sites using Office SharePoint Server 2007: Professional
SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development by WROX. Andrew has spoken on the subject of SharePoint development and WCM at various events and national conferences such as TechEd North America & EMEA, SharePoint Connections, VSLive, Office Developer Conference and Microsoft SharePoint Conference in Sydney, Australia & Seattle, Washington. You can always find Andrew at his SharePoint development and WCM focused blog at http://www.andrewconnell.com/blog.