Public Sector Developer Dinner in Reston Featuring SharePoint
Monthly Public Sector Developer Dinner Event: Developing and Customizing Office 2010 Solutions for SharePoint 2010
Event ID: 1032476092
Microsoft Reston Office
12012 Sunset Hills Road
|Register by Phone: 1-877-MSEVENT (9AM-7PM EST. M-F)|
Product(s): Microsoft Office 2010 suites and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.
Audience(s): Architect, Designer, IT Implementer and Pro Dev/Programmer.
Welcome to the monthly public sector developer dinner event. For the next several months, we will focus on SharePoint 2010 Development starting January 2011. If you are interested in presenting a topic, please let us know. This session will highlight several techniques of extending Microsoft Office to build custom applications that interact with SharePoint 2010. The techniques covered will leverage Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Office and the Open XML SDK to build applications that seamlessly stand on top of the Office desktop applications and a SharePoint server infrastructure. This talk will include demonstrations and code walkthroughs that will highlight best practices, design patterns, and more importantly what not to do. We will build new Office interfaces, merge data and documents, and even completely automate the generation of documents on the server.
Speaker for tonight's presentation
Ed Hild is the Technology Architect at the Microsoft Technology Center in Reston, VA specializing in Portal and Collaboration solutions. At the MTC, he meets daily with both commercial- and public-sector customer to discuss business requirements and map them to the Microsoft platform. He helps customers understand product features, best practices, and necessary customizations for them to realize SharePoint’s full potential. Ed is a dynamic speaker and has previously presented at Microsoft Dev Days, Tech Ed, and Microsoft SharePoint Conference events as well as many local area user groups. He published an advanced SharePoint developer book through Apress entitled “Pro SharePoint 2010 Solution Development.” Ed’s previous experiences include a high school teacher, government contractor, and lead developer at a Microsoft partner.
What you will learn
Join Ed Hild in this session over dinner for a comprehensive, developer focused overview of:
• Techniques that extend Microsoft Office to build custom applications that interact with SharePoint 2010;
• Leveraging Visual Studio 2010 Tools for Office and the Open XML SDK to build applications that seamlessly stand on top of the Office desktop applications and a SharePoint server infrastructure;
• Demonstrations and code walkthroughs that will highlight best practices, design patterns, and more importantly what not to do;
• Building new Office interfaces, merge data and documents, and even completely automating the generation of documents on the server
Who Should Attend
Developers, Architects, and technical managers who are interested in building solutions on the SharePoint 2010 Platform.