Welcome back to another Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0 Week video. In this latest installment, we catch up with Reza Chitsaz, Senior Program Manager working on Office and Sharepoint tooling.
In this video, Reza gives us a quick sneak-peak on some of the tools coming in Visual Studio 2010…
Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 integrates with the Windows Workflow Foundation to provide a platform for creating custom workflows for lists and document libraries. This tutorial shows how to build a custom workflow using the wizard provided by
SharePoint Designer 2007.
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In part 6 of our “Modernizing Your Infrastructure with Hybrid Cloud” series, Blain Barton and Tommy Patterson discuss how to get started migrating server workloads to Windows Server 2012 R2 and Microsoft Azure. Tune in for this great session on server migration from on-premises, to the cloud or a…
The set of features that make up Sharepoint 2007 are hard to cover with just one video, but 3 group program managers (Jon Kauffman, PJ Hough, and Gerhard Schobbe) and a marketing guy (no offense Lawrence!) sat down with me to chat about the cool new features
that you can see in
the Beta 2…
IMPORTANT! Moles is now the Fakes Framework in Visual Studio 11. Learn more at http://aka.ms/vs11-fakes. Nikolai Tillman, a member of the RiSE group at Microsoft Research, gives a short demo of Moles, a new framework that allows replacing any .NET method with a delegate. In the context of unit…
Scoble recently caught up with some of the members of the Sharepoint 2007 team to discuss some of the new features. Sharepoint 2007 supports RSS, Wikis and Blogs natively. Learn about the new stuff here...
We go into Mike Morton's office and have a chat about the next version of Sharepoint with PJ Hough, group program manager on Sharepoint Services Team. The team talks about the future of Sharepoint and gives us a demo.
In this short video, Daniel Broekman, a program manager on the InfoPath product team, will show how you can customize a SharePoint List Form in less than 5 minutes using InfoPath 2010. (NOTE: this is a higher resolution version…