Today, we published three new courses for developers: ,
SharePoint 2010, and
Windows Server 2008 R2. As you may know, Windows Server 2008 R2 RTM shipped in October, and both Office and SharePoint 2010 hit Beta 2 this month.
Office 2010 course helps developers learn how to build everything from add-ins to complete business apps. You’ll learn about the new UI and application extensibility as well as how to use new Office solution tools in Visual Studio 2010.
Similarly, the SharePoint 2010 course starts with a roadmap and features a collection of slide decks covering the newest components and services for developers who want to build collaborative solutions for the enterprise and the web using new tools in Visual Studio 2010.
Windows Server 2008 R2 course concentrates on performance, web, management, and other server solution scenarios. For example, you’ll find guidance on developing applications for “many-core” scale, enable efficient “trigger-started” services, new Windows PowerShell features, integrating solutions with the File Classification Infrastructure, and building Web Platform extensions. We have also included help on how to automate your dev and test environment with VHD and Hyper-V API’s.