SharePoint 2010 Developer Training Kit


To provide guidance on how to develop for SharePoint 2010, a developer training kit has been provided for download on the Microsoft Download Center. Seeing its content, I would rate it as a must have resource for developers.

Download it from this link > SharePoint 2010 Beta Developer Training Kit 

The SharePoint 2010 Beta Developer Training Kit provides developers with deep guidance on how to develop for SharePoint 2010. Through PowerPoint decks, Hands-On Labs, Source Code, and Instructor-Led Videos, the developer kit walks you through an array of important developer topics–including Developer Roadmap, Visual Studio tooling, Workflow, Business Connectivity Services, and much, much more.

It contains 14 presentations and links to ~40 videos. Here’s the screenshot of landing page of the training kit:

Given below is the list of presentations provided with the training kit:

  • BCS_SharePoint.pptx
  • BI in SharePoint Server 2010.pptx
  • Client Object Model.pptx
  • Designing Lists and Schemas.pptx
  • Enterprise Content Management.pptx
  • Extending_Search.pptx
  • LINQ2SharePoint.pptx
  • Sandboxed Solutions.pptx
  • Security and Claims based Authorization.pptx
  • SharePoint 2010 Developer Roadmap.pptx
  • SharePoint 2010 Services Architecture.pptx
  • SharePoint 2010 Workflow.pptx
  • SharePoint Development with VS10.pptx
  • SharePoint UI Advancements.pptx

Also available is the Office 2010 Beta Developer Training Kit which includes a comprehensive set of technical content including hands-on labs, presentations, source code, and instructor-led videos, that are designed to help you learn how to develop for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010.

[10-May-2010: UPDATE] The Training kit has been updated and enhanced after RTM of SharePoint 2010. More details here: SharePoint 2010 Developer Training Kit updated

Comments (1)

  1. Anonymous says:

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