Building Features in SharePoint 2010

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Recorded Live at Philly.NET CodeCamp April 2010
http://codecamp.phillydotnet.org/2010-1

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Visual Studio 2010, when installed in the same environment as SharePoint 2010, provides a broad set of project type templates for creating SharePoint assets (sites, site elements, etc.), more so than SharePoint 2007.  Upon creation of a SharePoint Project, Visual Studio 2010 automatically creates the necessary Feature and Package nodes, facilitating the creation of a SharePoint Feature and Solution Package.  Today's discussion (and walkthrough) will show a few different scenarios of creating a SharePoint 2010 Project containing some site elements, and how Visual Studio 2010 has made Feature and Package creation a much more simpler process.

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Michael Mukalian is a SharePoint Services MVP, Director and Architect for LiquidHub, Inc. (www.liquidhub.com) an information technology consultancy based in the Philadelphia area serving clients worldwide. With over 20 years of IT experience and certifications in VB.NET and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, Michael has architected and developed solutions for companies of all sizes. Check out Michael's blog at http://www.mukalian.com/blog.

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