The South Florida .NET Code Camp 2007 is just around the corner, next Saturday February 10th, in Miramar, FL. Talk about a packed agenda.. there are almost 30 sessions to pick from! Just like Jacksonville’s Code Camp last August, the South Florida Code Camp has it’s very own SharePoint track (notice a trend anyone?). Check out some of these great SharePoint talks, all socked away in Room #2:
- Understanding SharePoint Solution Framework by Mikhail Dikov
- Building Document Management Solutions using WSS v3 Content Types by John Holliday (MVP)
- Inside Visual Studio extensions for Windows SharePoint Services by John Holliday (MVP)
- Delivering Business Intelligence Solutions through SharePoint 2007 by Joe Homnick (MVP & MSFT Regional Director)
I’m also presenting two SharePoint sessions. One is a flavor of my “Don’t be a tool…” session I did at a few Florida code camps last year. This time, it’s all for the SharePoint developer!
Advanced ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts for Windows SharePoint Services v3Microsoft introduced the Web Part framework in the second generation of SharePoint (WSS v2). Since then, ASP.NET 2.0 has adopted the Web Part concept albeit with a completely different implementation and this is what the upcoming release of SharePoint 2007 (WSS v3) now utilizes over the older WSS v2 Web Part framework. In this demo and code-heavy session you’ll learn how to build a simple ASP.NET 2.0 Web Part and add it to a SharePoint 2007 site. Then we’ll enhance it by customizing the verbs menu. In addition, you’ll also learn how to create a connection between two Web Parts and a trick to leverage asynchronous programming to make your Web Parts good citizens in a SharePoint site.
Don’t be a Tool, be a Better Developer Through Tools: for the SharePoint DeveloperSharePoint Developers know all too well that development in a SharePoint environment can be a tedious and challenging experience with so many moving parts. However, with the rights tools and shortcuts, you can mitigate the challenges and let the tools do the work for you. In this session we’ll cover numerous shortcuts and tools, all without spending a penny that will help you be the most productive SharePoint developer possible.
The South Florida Code Camp already has over 500 people registered… make sure you don’t miss out on this *FREE* event and register today!comments powered by Disqus