July Indy TFS SIG meeting - Rosario TFS vNext
Rosario TFS vNext presented by Paul Hacker
Join us as we look at the TFS vNext codenamed "Rosario". We are going to be walking through the new features to the Architect tools, Testing tools and other enhancements being made to TFS for the next release.
Paul is a Principle Consultant at Lacerta Solutions, LLC in Indianapolis, with a passion for Team System. He has been working with the product since mid-2005. Paul has implemented Team System/TFS in numerous organizations. When not spending time with his family, you can find him presiding over the Indianapolis TFS SIG, Podcasting on Radio TFS, publishing the TFS Times monthly newsletter focused on Team System, or writing tools to enhance Team System.
8:00-9:00 PM Thursday July10th 2008 immediately following IndyNDA
The Gene B. Glick
7435 North Keystone Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46240
And in case you are interested in what is going on at IndyNDA...
Paul SchaefleinpresentsSharePoint for Developers
You've heard about SharePoint, eh? It is a framework that connects people, process, and information. Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 provides foundational features that are valuable for creating web based applications such as a web part framework, data lists, document libraries, workflow runtime, and web site templates. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 adds major application features on top of this, including user site provisioning, business intelligence features, forms services, content management, integrated search and social networking features. All of these features can be built on by developers to extend them. Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 is built entirely on ASP.NET so you use the same familiar .NET languages, the same .NET Framework and ASP.NET class libraries and the same development tools. Paul will show, via sample projects, how web parts are developed.
|About Paul SchaefleinPaul Schaeflein is a developer with more than 20 years experience. Paul has been developing dynamic and interactive Web sites since 1996. Paul has worked on all of the versions of SharePoint and has worked with the .NET framework since its debut. You can reach Paul through his blog at http://www.schaeflein.net/blog/.|