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Archive for July, 2009

Getting Data into Silverlight – Twin Cities Code Camp

October 24, 2009

Silverlight has the ability to provide a rich reporting interface but first you need to get it your data! Connecting to data in Silverlight requires a different approach than in traditional application development. Learn several approaches for working with your data to take advantage of those great graphics libraries!

Twin Cities Code Campi

Session Content:
Getting data into Silverlight on SharePoint

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SharePoint 2007 – Business Intelligence Deep-dive – New Horizons

July 23, 2009
9:00 amto11:00 am

This session will explore the various Business Intelligence options available from Microsoft and how they integrate with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. This session will include a number of demonstrations and tips on how to get started using SharePoint for business intelligence.

This seminar is available live on the web using VoIP (PC audio). Telephone audio is not available. We strongly encourage remote students to provide their own headset or microphone should they want to verbally ask questions. Text-based questions are available.

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Office Business Applications Development – MODIG

July 28, 2009
5:30 pmto7:30 pm

Office Business Applications (OBA) development is a hidden gem of the Microsoft Office platform. Combining Visual Studio 2008 templates and SharePoint Web services, developers can create robust applications using familiar Microsoft Office applications and Windows SharePoint Services. This session will give a brief introduction to development on the Office platform and walk through common development scenarios, including adding custom task panes, customizing the Office menu and ribbon, and moving data between Office and SharePoint. Attendees should have knowledge of general .NET development and the SharePoint object model.

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Presenter Bio
Eric Kraus is a consultant with Microsoft Enterprise Services, focusing primarily on SharePoint products and technologies. He has more than 10 years of IT-related experience, ranging from infrastructure/network administration to SharePoint architecture and .NET development. More on Eric’s SharePoint work can be found at his blog: blogs.msdn.com/ekraus, or by following him on Twitter (erickraus).

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PowerShell for Developers – Twin Cities Developers Guild

August 11, 2009
6:00 pmto8:00 pm

Where: New Horizons of Minnesota (4510 West 77th Street – Edina, MN 55435) MAP

PowerShell has been positioned primarily as a tool for administrators, but it
should also be in every developer’s toolbelt. PowerShell can be considered
.NET’s first scripting language. If you like loose types and dynamic syntax
then come check out PowerShell. Learn how to move beyond PowerShell’s
administrative roots and make it work for you.

Twin Cities Developers Guild

PowerShell for Developers Slide Deck

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