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Pro SharePoint 2007 Development Techniques

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  • Only book on market dedicated to combining SharePoint (already hot) with other important and popular technologies

  • Covers BizTalk, InfoPath, ASP.NET Ajax, and other popular products and techniques

  • Will release as the corporate adoption cycle begins for SharePoint 2007

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About this book

Introduction

The landscape of doing SharePoint development has changed considerably in the last year, with the release of SharePoint Server 2007 and its related technologies. You need a contemporary reference to stay on top of the latest ways to combine .NET development techniques with your SharePoint development techniques, and SharePoint 2007 Development Techniques is your guide.

What makes this book unique are the topics that have never before been discussed in a SharePoint 2007 context. Learn how to incorporate the latest trends, capabilities, and enhancements in your daily SharePoint development activities.

Keywords

.NET ASP ASP.NET SQL Web Services Windows Windows Workflow Foundation design development language software web applications

About the authors

Nikander Bruggeman is a software developer and architect specializing in Microsoft technology. In the early days of his career, he started out developing Netscape Livewire applications. Nikander's expertise covers SharePoint, C#, ASP.NET, SQL Server, BizTalk, InfoPath, JavaScriptTM, Commerce Server, HTML, Visual Basic 6, MTS, COM+, Site Server, Tridion, OOSC, CBD, UML, RUP, and design patterns. Nikander has worked for large (mostly the top 200 Dutch) companies such as Rabobank, Holland Casino, KPMG, NOC*NSF, Intel Europe, Wegener, Arvato Bertelsmann, SareLee/DE, HBG, Postbank, Shell, FBTO, Coca-Cola, ING, and Sony Music Centre. You can reach him at info@lcbridge.nl.

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