SharePoint and Windows Azure Development Kit

The July 2011 release of the SharePoint and Azure Development Kit is a training course to help developers integrate SharePoint and Windows Azure.

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SharePoint and Windows Azure Development Kit

Windows Azure Architecture Guide – Part 1 – Code Samples

This guide has four accompanying samples, covering all of the scenarios described in the book: a typical on-premises application, the first migration to Windows Azure and subsequent optimizations.

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Windows Azure Architecture Guide – Part 1 – Code Samples

DataMarket Add-In for Excel (CTP1)

DataMarket Add-In for Excel is a free application that allows discovering and importing data from Windows Azure Marketplace DataMarket into Microsoft Office Excel.

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DataMarket Add-In for Excel (CTP1)

Developing an Inspector Wrapper for Outlook 2010

Learn to implement an inspector wrapper to handle multiple instances of Outlook 2010 inspector windows. Author: Helmut Obertanner and Angela Chu-Hatoun (MVP)

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Developing an Inspector Wrapper for Outlook 2010

Object Model Considerations for Protected View in Word 2010

I got some great questions recently about macros and Protected View in Word 2010, and thought I'd write something up to help anyone else who's looking at this issue – enjoy!   Word 2010 includes enhancements to security, one of which is the inclusion of a Protected View used when opening files from untrusted sources (e.g.

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Object Model Considerations for Protected View in Word 2010

Using Microsoft Word to Create Reports For LightSwitch (or Silverlight)

LightSwitch has a really nice feature on data grids that allow you to export them to Excel if running out of browser (full trust). This gives you a basic way of getting data out of the system to create reports or do further analysis on the data using Excel. However, in business applications you typically want to provide some client-side reporting that also formats the data in a certain way so it can be printed easily.

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Using Microsoft Word to Create Reports For LightSwitch (or Silverlight)

Video: Connecting to a WCF Service Using Business Connectivity Services in Office 2010

Watch this video as you learn to create a BCS external content type for Office 2010 based on a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service.

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Video: Connecting to a WCF Service Using Business Connectivity Services in Office 2010

Sample: Connecting to a WCF Service Using Business Connectivity Services in Office 2010

Explore the code as you learn how to create a BCS for Office 2010 based on a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service.

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Sample: Connecting to a WCF Service Using Business Connectivity Services in Office 2010

Deploying Microsoft Office Solutions by Using Visual Studio 2010 and Windows Installer (Mary Lee, Saurabh Bhatia)

In Visual Studio 2010, you can use the ClickOnce and Windows Installer deployment technologies to deploy Office solutions that target both Microsoft Office 2007 and Microsoft Office 2010.

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Deploying Microsoft Office Solutions by Using Visual Studio 2010 and Windows Installer (Mary Lee, Saurabh Bhatia)

Debugging Tips with Visual Studio 2010

This is the twenty-sixth in a series of blog posts I’m doing on the VS 2010 and .NET 4 release.

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Debugging Tips with Visual Studio 2010