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  • Part 1 of 3 in the SharePoint Server 2010 Integrating With Office 2010 series. It says it all in the title! If you are a SharePoint admin who wants to integrate with office 2010 this course is for you.

  • This course provides an overview of the architecture and technology used to build distributed sytems on the Microsoft platform. The course looks at the general knowledge one needs prior to building a distributed system. There is a focus on design patterns and concepts as well as an overview of the key technologies used by Microsoft .NET developers.

  • SharePoint 2010 is the most developer-friendly release of SharePoint to date, with a whole new suite of developer tools and components that make your life easier and enhances your productivity. Learn how to debug your SharePoint applications, how to build custom Web parts with the new Visual Studio 2010 tooling, and how to use the new client object models to access SharePoint from your WPF, Silverlight, and JavaScript applications.

  • The SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model is a set of three APIs (one for .NET managed code, one for Silverlight code, and one for use with JavaScript) that allow remote access to SharePoint. These object models are designed to be consistent with each other and to be similar to the SharePoint Server API. The overall goal being a reduced learning curve for developers who wish to build remote applications interacting with SharePoint. This course covers the fundamental uses of each of the three implementations of the Client Object Model along with a discussion of the motivation for the Client Object Model as a whole.

  • SharePoint 2010 Basics by Sahil Malik

    This course introduces you to the basics you must know for any work within SharePoint 2010. This course also serves as a pre-requisite to all other SP2010 courses in PSOD. This course begins by explaining the nature of a SharePoint project, the various audiences and their roles involved, and their expected levels of expertise. It introduces you to the various tools you can use, and the various environments you will need to be productive in a SharePoint project. This course also talks about the basics of any SharePoint installation. The important file paths, the changes done to your OS as a part of the installation, configuration, and the basics of SharePoint logical and physical topology are all covered in this course. These are questions you will need answers to in any SharePoint project you undertake. Finally, this course covers some very basic development, and new manageability enhancements around Sandbox Solutions in SharePoint 2010. These are new features introduced in SharePoint 2010 that every architect needs to consider before planning their SharePoint rollout.

  • SharePoint 2007 Fundamentals for Developers by Fritz Onion & Sahil Malik

    Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (WSS3) is a versatile technology that you can use to increase the efficiency of business processes and improve team productivity. WSS3, which runs on top of Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008, provides a rich platform for building Web-based applications that can scale easily to meet the changing and growing needs of your business. In this course, you will learn how WSS3 works under the covers and how you can build rich, interactive sites that enhance your team's information management and exchange.

  • Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (WSS3) is a versatile technology that you can use to increase the efficiency of business processes and improve team productivity. WSS3, which runs on top of Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008, provides a rich platform for building Web-based applications that can scale easily to meet the changing and growing needs of your business. In this course, you will learn how WSS3 works under the covers and how you can build rich, interactive sites that enhance your team's information management and exchange.

  • SharePoint 2007: Business Services by Jon Fancey , Matt Milner & Sahil Malik

    This course focuses on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS) and how you can leverage the portal and content management features of MOSS as well as the Business Data Catalog and Excel Services.

  • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, provides comprehensive, scalable collaborative capabilities that, through components of content management and integrated search, support dynamic, efficient information processing and sharing; providing organizations productivity gains and more comprehensive output. In this course, through introduction to the front end, you will learn tools and steps essential to build and manage a Site Collection. Purpose driven sessions provide component review augmented with, administrative efficiencies, business drivers and best practices.

  • This course teaches you how to backup content in SharePoint sites and monitor the health of a SharePoint 2010 farm. The course begins by covering the SharePoint 2010 features for backing up and restoring content. You will also learn about the tools supplied by SharePoint 2010 for monitoring the health of a farm including the Developer Dashboard, the ULS Logs, the Logging Database, the Health Analyzer and Usage Reporting.

  • This course teaches you how to configure the Business Connectivity Service (BCS) and the User Profile Service in SharePoint 2010. You will learn about the architecture of the BCS and how to create external content types to connect to backend databases using SharePoint Designer 2010. You will also learn how to configure authentication for the BCS using the Secure Store Service. We review how to configure the User Profile Service to utilize features such as user profiles, audience targeting and MySites. The course also discusses how to configure the User Profile Synchronization Service to keep user profiles in sync with user account information in Active Directory.

  • This course teaches you how to configure the Search Service and the Managed Metadata Service in SharePoint 2010. You will learn about the architecture of the SharePoint Search Service and how it compares to FAST Search for SharePoint. You will also learn other search-related topics such as how to configure content sources, search scopes and web part pages using the standard search web parts. The course also teaches you how to configure and make use of the features provides by the Managed Metadata Service such as term sets and content type synchronization.

  • This mini-course teaches the techniques and best practices for creating sites and managing content in SharePoint 2010. You will learn how to create new site collections as well as how to create hierarchies of child sites inside them. The course also discusses the standard site templates included with SharePoint 2010 as well as how they apply to specific business scenarios. The course also introduces the principles of governance in SharePoint 2010 and explains the best practices for managing content in production farm.

  • This mini-course teaches how to get started using Windows PowerShell to administer SharePoint 2010. This courses begins by explaining Windows PowerShell from the ground up and you will learn how to execute PowerShell cmdlets from both the PowerShell console windows and from PowerShell scripts. The course shows how to write and debug PowerShell scripts using the Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE). Most importantly, you will learn how to load the SharePoint PowerShell snap-in in a script so that you can call SharePoint cmdlets to automate tasks such as creating new site collections and backing up and restoring content.

  • This course teaches you how to configure service applications and web application in a SharePoint 2010 farm. You learn what services applications are available in SharePoint 2010 as well as what functionality each one provides. The course also discusses the tradeoffs between creating service application instances using the Farm Creation Wizard versus creating them by hand or using PowerShell scripts. You will also learn how to create web application and configure authentication providers so that you can creates sites and secure access to them using Windows authentication or forms-based authentication (FBA).

  • This course covers the concepts and skills required to install SharePoint Server 2010 and configure a new SharePoint farm. You will learn about the prerequisite software that must be installed prior to installing SharePoint Server 2010 as well how to make the correct choices when going through the installation process. The course also discusses farm topologies and how to properly create a new farm along with the configuration database and the Central Administration site.

  • This course covers the security aspects of SharePoint and how permissions work. This alsoincludes how to create sites that use not just Windows Authentication, but also leverage forms based authentication and how they can be configured for anonymous access. In addition the business intelligence (BI) capabiltities of SharePoint 2007 are covered. You will see how to create custom dashboards using KPIs and filters along with SQL Server Reporting Services and SQL Server Analysis Services.

  • In SharePoint 2007 Microsoft introduced two new offerings to the platform. First, they took the best features and capabilities in Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 (MCMS) and created Web Content Management (WCM). The goal of WCM is to host content centric sites such as publically facing anonymous .COM sites. The other big addition to the product is the Business Data Catalog (BDC). The BDC enables customers to expose data that does not reside in SharePoint to users within SharePoint. This course demonstrates how to create custom solutions with both WCM and BDC.

  • This course covers many of the corporate capabilities of SharePoint 2007. Students will learn how to create custom workflows and integrate InfoPath forms into their workflows. Aside from workflows, students will also learn how to create custom SharePoint form solutions with InfoPath and have these forms rendered using Forms Services. In addition students will also learn how to extend search, how to leverage MySites and all about user profiles and audiences.

  • In this course you will learn everything there is to know about how SharePoint structures and stores data. This includes an in-depth discussion on site columns, content types, list definitions and lists. In addition you will also learn how to create event receivers which are bits of code that run in response to certain events on SharePoint lists. This course also covers site templates and site definitions and how you can leverage them in custom solutions.

  • Ever want to know everything there is to know about developing Web Parts for SharePoint 2007? This course is for you! Students will learn how to create the most basic Web Parts and move up to creating persistent properties, custom editor parts, leveraging ASP.NET AJAX and even consuming custom Web Services. Out of the box the ASP.NET AJAX UpdatePanel is not idealy suited for SharePoint 2007 sites because typically you will have multiple Web Parts on the page. When one triggers an a request to the UpdatePanel, they all end up posting it. In this course you'll learn how to create custom Web Services and issue calls using code.

  • In this course students will learn how to start customizing the user experience of SharePoint using custom pages, CSS and master pages. One important concept is also covered in depth in this course: customized and uncustomized pages. This can have a very big impact on the performance and development approach of a project. In addition students will also lean how to configure SharePoint 2007 to host ASP.NET AJAX and Silverlight controls.

  • In this course students will start to learn the basic building blocks involved in creating customized solutions in SharePoint. This includes understanding what Features and Solutions are as well as how to create them. Microsoft does not include any tools within Visual Studio 2008, the ideal tool for creating custom solutions for SharePoint 2007 so this course demonstrates how to build solutions (the deployment packages) in Visual Studio. IN addition students will also learn how SharePoint 2007 integrates with ASP.NET 2.0.

  • This course is ideal for those who are just getting into SharePoint 2007 development. Students first go through the process of understanding how SharePoint is installed & architected on the server and what products are involved. A high-level introduction of the differences between Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) is covered as well as a brief introduction to how to customize & personalize sites using the browser based mode.

  • This course covers advanced techniques in SharePoint 2010 using XSLT, JavaScript and jQuery. The course provides a quick primer on these three topics and then shows how to get started using them in SharePoint 2010 sites. You will how to add JavaScript code behind pages in a SharePoint 2010 site as well as how to test and debug your code. The course also introduces you to the jQuery library and the jQuery UI library which makes it much easier to write logic to update elements on a page.

  • This course introduces several advanced security topics in SharePoint 2010. It first walks you through how to create a custom STS using WIF and integrate it with your SharePoint 2010 applications. Next it discusses the role of the claims augmentation provider in SharePoint 2010. Finally, it covers how to integrate Azure ACS with SharePoint 2010.

  • SharePoint 2010 Security by Sahil Malik

    Security is a very important topic for any technology. As a SharePoint 2010 technologist, it is important for you to understand how SharePoint authorization works, and how SharePoint relies on external systems for authentication. With the release of SharePoint 2010, not only can you work under classic windows authentication, you can also leverage claims based authentication. Even within Windows authentication there are nuances of NTLM vs Kerberos. This course will teach you the basics of SharePoint authorization and authentication. It provides a walkthrough of setting up claims based authentication with SharePoint, and finishes up on advanced topics such as claims augmentation and their practical applicability and relevance in a SharePoint 2010 environment.

  • In this course you will learn how to manage PowerPivot in SharePoint 2010, from both the user and administrative perspective. We will cover PowerPivot worksheet monitoring, managing user security, using the main administrative dashboard, configuration actions, and the reports built into PowerPivot. We will also cover the rich data model exposed by PowerPivot, and how to extend the dashboard for writing your own custom reports.

  • Learn how to properly install and configure SharePoint 2010 with PowerPivot. This course will guide you through the installation and setup procedures, including installing SparePoint 2010, PowerPivot, SQL Server, and configuring Active Directory, SharePoint, and PowerPivot to begin working with PowerPivot in SharePoint.

  • SharePoint Foundation 2010 is part of the current version of Microsoft's hugely popular family of SharePoint projects. It provides a rich platform for building Web-based applications that can scale easily to meet the changing and growing needs of your business. In this course, you will learn how SharePoint Foundation works under the covers and how you can extend the out-of-the-box features with custom Visual Studio 2010 development.