In this interview, I sit down with Stephen Peters , a developer on the Office client tools team in Visual Studio.
Paul in the team has just published the RTM versions of the SharePoint 2010 Developer training Kit(offline version) and the SharePoint 2010 Developer Training Course on Channel9. The course and kit include Presentations, Hands-On Labs, Demos and Instructor Videos of the Metro SharePoint 2010 Developer Training Course. The topics covered are outlined in the table below
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SharePoint 2010 Developer RTM training Kit
Whooo hooooo! It’s been ~2 years in the making but Visual Studio 2010 has been released ! This is my first full product cycle since I started Microsoft and oh what a ride! I’ve been watching live interviews from the Vegas launch event all day on Channel 9 . I’m really pumped about all the awesome resources that we’ve put together for you for launch and I’m looking forward to continuing to share my knowledge on how to build awesome business applications with Visual Studio 2010.
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Visual Studio 2010 RTM! New Resources, Samples, Videos, + more
Good news! Project 2010 supports custom task panes! Bad News! Getting one to appear in a Project 2010 is not so obvious. Good News! It’s a lot easier than I make it sound. In this post, I’ll show you how to add a custom task pane to Project 2010 by using a Project 2010 or Project 2007 project template in Visual Studio.
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Add a Custom Task Pane to Project 2010 (Norm Estabrook)
Lately I’ve been converting an Office business application we built last year with Visual Studio 2008 to Visual Studio and Office 2010. Last couple posts we tackled converting the Outlook client piece.
So I decided to get my Windows 7 laptop installed with all the latest public Betas this week which includes Visual Studio Beta 2, SharePoint 2010 Beta and Office 2010 Beta. I had been using internal builds and thought it would be better to get in sync with everyone else in the community. I have to say there were a couple bumps that I experienced along the way that had me scratching my head and searching the web so I thought I’d consolidate all the resources I found and document the steps I did which resulted in a successful install.
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Setting up Windows 7 for Office & SharePoint 2010 Beta Development
Mary Lee recently posted a blog entry that describes Deploying Multiple Office Solutions in a Single Installer , complete with graphics to help you visualize the process. I recently interviewed Mary to learn more about this topic, and to have her give a demonstration of some of the tasks described in this post.
This week, I’m featuring the topic: Walkthrough: Deploying Multiple Office Solutions in a Single ClickOnce Installer . This topic describes how you can deploy multiple Office solutions in a single package to simplify the installation and update process. For example, you can now publish both an Excel workbook project and an Outlook add-in project at the same time
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Video: Deploying Multiple Office Solutions in a Single ClickOnce Installer