I’m doing two webinars in January with DevExpress that will help developers new to SharePoint 2010 learn the general landscape for development as well as how to do a common thing: read/write data to lists. In the data access one I’ll spend a bit of time showing how to get data out of SharePoint using the OOTB RESTful OData service, Silverlight 4 and the DevExpress Silverlight components.
- Part 1 - Introduction to SharePoint 2010 for Developers (Level 200)_January 25, 2011 @ 1p Eastern (registration link)_So you’ve are developer, you’ve heard about this SharePoint 2010 thing and want to jump on the bandwagon? This is the session for you. Here you’ll learn about the various options you have in standing up a SharePoint development environment. Then we’ll explore the developer tools and build a container to store some data with a content type, list template and list instance). Finally you’ll learn the best places to go to get information and help going forward from books, classes & online forums.
- Part 2 - SharePoint 2010 Data Access (Level 300)_January 26, 2011 @ 1p Eastern (registration link)_SharePoint 2010 has a robust browser-based user interface for interacting with data in SharePoint sites. In this presentation we’ll explore the various data access options. This includes working with SharePoint data on the server with LINQ for SharePoint as well as from off the server with the Client Object Model, REST and Silverlight.