Getting started with SharePoint Development

As Microsoft continues to launch products on the Windows SharePoint Services (WSS 3.0) and Microsoft Office SharePoint Services (MOSS 2007) platforms, namely PerformancePoint and Workflow, and as they continue to enhance the integration between Dynamics GP and these applications, I thought it would be important to point out some good SharePoint resources, in particular Paul Andrew's blog.

Paul is a Microsoft Technical Product Manager for the SharePoint Developer platform and he has compiled a good Getting Started with SharePoint Development article with tons of links to other resources and a good step-by-step approach on how to become a pro.
I started learning about SharePoint development techniques about a month ago as part of a project that I am working on and Paul's article has been vital in providing a roadmap to becoming proficient. In addition, I highly recommend this free Microsoft Learning clinic course: Clinic 5045: Inside Look at Developing with Microsoft® Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 found here

Please take a look at all Paul's other articles as well, since they provide important news and updates about everything SharePoint.

Until next post!

Mariano Gomez, MVP
Maximum Global Business, LLC


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