Learn SharePoint Search at FAST University

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In this episode of the SharePoint Sideshow, Paul Stubbs interviews Microsoft curriculum manager Cliff Fitzgerald. Cliff discusses the many learning opportunities that Microsoft FAST Search makes available for developers and IT Pros alike. For example, FAST University offers self-directed online as well as instructor-led enterprise search training. With such training, you can learn how to harness the power of the latest version of Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint and Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010 for Internet Sites.

Microsoft's FAST University is a structured learning service that provides technical training for customers and partners who want to gain an in-depth understanding of search technology. FAST University offers classroom, virtual, and e-learning courses for the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint, and Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010 for Internet Sites products.

FAST University Learning Portal
http://www.fastuniversity.com

FAST University on Microsoft | Learning
http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/training/fast-university.aspx 

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FAST University - Enterprise Search Technical Education.pdf

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    Tania

    Many thanks for Microsoft's FAST University for structured learning service. This online training is really appreciable and very useful for Microsoft learners. All the facilities such as classroom, virtual, and e-learning courses are good. Thanks for sharing this info with us.
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    Cliff

    FAST University is offering 15% off one of our public classes if you email us at fastuniv@microsoft.com and mention you saw this video.

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    DrSheldon​Cooper

    Good series of shows, sharepoint is a big beast and all help is great!

    How about some shows on workflow and bcs, the stuff in the training kit is great but it would be good to have walkthroughs for some good examples?

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