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SharePoint For Developers


With SharePoint, you and your development team can build custom applications and components to rapidly respond to business needs. With familiar tools, it’s easy to create Web Parts, external content types, and workflow activities for use in SharePoint solutions. A full set of extensibility APIs also lets you customize your SharePoint implementations. What’s more, you can count on community support and training opportunities to help you do your work in SharePoint quickly and effectively.

Be More Productive

Microsoft Visual Studio gives you a complete set of project templates, designers, and packaging tools for SharePoint solutions. Plus, you can install SharePoint on Microsoft Windows 7, making it easier than ever to develop SharePoint applications.

Fully Use Platform Services

SharePoint helps you build powerful business solutions using new features such as Language Integrated Query (LINQ) to SharePoint, OData Services, and the Client Object Model. You also can use Business Connectivity Services to pull external data, complete with read/write capability, into SharePoint.

Deploy and Monitor Flexible Solutions

SharePoint delivers on the promise of flexible deployment options: Use Sandbox Solutions to limit code CPU time, Microsoft SQL Server execution time, and exception handling. Take advantage of the Microsoft Silverlight Web Part and the Client Object Model to offload custom code from the server. Plus, use these same technologies to deploy custom code to SharePoint Online.

Web Parts

Use Web Parts to add new functionality to SharePoint sites. Add a Web Part to any page, and the new functionality will appear when the page is displayed.

Business Connectivity Services

Work with external data, whether online or offline, in SharePoint and Microsoft Office applications using Business Connectivity Services (BCS, formerly named the Business Data Catalog).

SharePoint For IT Professionals


SharePoint delivers a powerful, easy-to-deploy infrastructure that can help you make your company more productive. Flexible deployment options let you customize the system so that people can do their jobs effectively in a secure environment. Plus, with centralized administration and management features, you can be confident knowing that you maintain control over a system that is ready to respond to any business need.

Be More Productive

SharePoint gives you deeper insight into operations. Features include an easy-to-use Central Administration Web site, new capabilities to manage and monitor your SharePoint farm, and Microsoft Windows PowerShell support.

Manage a Unified, Scalable Infrastructure

SharePoint provides a single, scalable infrastructure that allows better control over server resources. For example, you can manage large lists more easily and improve data management and protection using high availability. A scalable services architecture also helps you centralize services like Search, My Sites, and Taxonomy. These services can be managed through Central Administration and scripted by Windows PowerShell. Plus, because the architecture is extensible, third-party companies can build and add services to the platform.

Maintain Control with Flexible Deployment Options

SharePoint provides a simple installation and configuration process. What’s more, new features can help you manage how your people use SharePoint. For example, you can allow site administrators to upload custom code with Sandbox Solutions. You also have more control over how the system is set up: If you want to maintain a centralized SharePoint system, you can block decentralized deployments through Group Policy or track them with Active Directory marker support.

SharePoint Health Analyzer

Quickly find and fix potential problems across all of the servers in your farm. The SharePoint Health Analyzer monitors farm health and can automatically fix many common configuration and performance problems automatically.

User & Site Owner Courses

User & Site Owner Courses

SharePoint helps you and your team work better, faster, and smarter. Access the right people and information at the right time to make better decisions and get the job done. Plus, work comfortably and confidently in SharePoint with a familiar interface and direct connections to Microsoft Office.

Microsoft® Windows SharePoint® Foundation Level 1
Course Outline Exercise File
Course Objective:

You will use, create and edit content in a team website. You will also create and perform basic management of a team site using SharePoint Foundation.

Target Student:

This course is designed for individuals who will need to access information on a Microsoft SharePoint team site or for individuals who may need to create and manage a team website.

Microsoft® Windows SharePoint® Foundation Level 2
Course Outline Exercise File
Course Objective:

You will manage site collections and site components as a site collection administrator and as a site administrator.

Target Student:

This course is designed for individual contributors or departmental staff in a variety of job roles, such as administrative assistants, functional or operations managers, with basic SharePoint skills, and who have the responsibility for managing SharePoint sites as an enabling technology within their workgroups, not necessarily IT tech professionals.

Course Content MS SharePoint Foundation 2010: Level 2

Lesson 1: Branding a Site Collection, Topic 1A: Describe the SharePoint Site Hierarchy, Topic 1B: Create a Custom Look and Feel for a Site Collection, Topic 1C: Create a Custom Site Layout Lesson, 2: Managing Lists, Topic 2A: Perform Calculations on List Data, Topic 2B: Create Custom Lists, Topic 2C: Customize List Settings Lesson 3: Managing Libraries, Topic 3A: Perform Advanced Operations on a Library, Topic 3B: Create a Library Template, Topic 3C: Describe Information Rights Management Lesson 4: Managing Form Libraries, Topic 4A: Create a Form Library, Topic 4B: Customize a Form Template Using InfoPath Lesson 5: Managing Content Structures, Topic 5A: Create a Content Type, Topic 5B: Apply Content Types Lesson 6: Managing Workflows, Topic 6A: Add a Default Workflow, Topic 6B: Create a Custom Workflow Lesson 7: Working with Indexing and Searching, Topic 7A: Index Content, Topic 7B: Enable Search Options Lesson 8: Working Offline Using SharePoint Workspace 2010, Topic 8A: Synchronize a SharePoint Site on the Local Computer, Topic 8B: Perform Offline Operations on a SharePoint Site Lesson 9: Managing the SharePoint Applications Using Central Administration, Topic 9A: Create a Site Collection, Topic 9B: Administer a Site Collection, Topic 9C: Administer a Web Application Lesson 10: Managing User Access, Topic 10A: Manage Permissions, Topic 10B: Describe Authentication Modes Lesson 11: Managing Site Security, Topic 11A: Set Web Part Security Topic, 11B: Set Antivirus Options Topic, 11C: Manage Blocked File Types Lesson 12: Managing Site Usage, Topic 12A: Set Site Collection Quotas and Locks, Topic 12B: Monitor Site Usage Lesson 13: Managing Site Maintenance, Topic 13A: Recover Lost Information, Topic 13B: Perform a Granular Backup, Topic 13C: Restore a Granular Backup, Topic 13D: Perform a Farm Backup, Topic 13E: Restore a Farm Backup

Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer: Level 1
Course Outline Exercise File
Course Objective:

You will use Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Designer to create and modify a SharePoint site.

Target Student:

This course is intended for web designers and developers, application developers, SharePoint site owners, and other knowledge workers with SharePoint end-user experience, who want to use SharePoint Designer to create and customize SharePoint sites, enhance the look and feel of a SharePoint site, and create dynamic pages using Web Parts and workflows.

Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer: Level 2
Course Outline Exercise File
Course Objective:

You will extend a SharePoint site by including server-side controls and administer a SharePoint site.

Target Student:

This course is intended for entry-level SharePoint solution developers who are currently capable of creating basic SharePoint sites using the out-of-the-box functionality provided by the built-in SharePoint Designer templates, and who now want to extend or create SharePoint sites with functionality by incorporating server web controls, data controls, customized workflows, and administration.

Work Better Together

Connect with your colleagues in new and creative ways. Easily find and work with people who have the right skills, expertise, and shared interests.

Work Faster

Quickly become more productive. SharePoint works seamlessly with technologies you currently use, including Microsoft Office, Microsoft Exchange Server, and Microsoft Unified Communications.

Work Smarter

Make better business decisions. Easily find the right business information—regardless of who created it, what format it’s in, or where it lives.

SharePoint Ribbon

Quickly and easily find and use relevant features with the new contextual SharePoint Ribbon.

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