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Aug 7: SharePoint for ASP.NET Developers by Joshua Carlisle

 

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August’s Presentation: SharePoint for ASP.NET Developers
by Joshua Carlisle

Thursday, August 7, 2008, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Social Time starts at 6:00!
Location: Markel Plaza
4600 Cox Road
Glen Allen, VA 23060 [map]

Registration is not required, but please take a moment to register so we’ll know how many people to expect. Thanks!

UDig is bringing dinner from Jersey Mike’s subs (meat and veggie) and they will give away a $100 gas card!

Abstract

SharePoint for ASP.NET Developers – Whether it be by choice or by company directive many traditional ASP.NET developers are being asked to implement and support SharePoint based solutions for their company. Previous versions of SharePoint only utilized the .Net Framework but SharePoint 2007 has been rebuilt from ground up on the .Net Framework. Many have gone as far as referring to SharePoint as application extensions for ASP.NET. In this session we’ll cover many of the common elements found in ASP.NET and we’ll compare and contrast the implementations of those elements in SharePoint in order to get a better understanding of how to leverage your skills and knowledge as an asp.net developer within the SharePoint context.

About Joshua Carlisle

Joshua Carlisle is a principal consultant in Raleigh based Viewfusion Solutions LLC. He specializes in collaboration solutions based on the .Net Framework, ASP.NET, and SharePoint. He has been developing with Microsoft tools for over 13 years and with SharePoint since 2003. In his current role he works with clients to design and implement enterprise and commercial solutions based on the SharePoint platform. He is on the Triangle .Net User Group Leadership Council, active in many community projects, and can be found speaking at many user groups and code camps across the east coast. His blog can be found at http://www.sharepointbrainfreeze.com.

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