Many customers are turning to SharePoint as a way of meeting changing business needs and managing IT costs and complexity. Visual Studio 2010 provides new support for SharePoint 2010 development, including tooling for Web Parts, Lists, Workflows, and Events and more, so you can bring great new customized collaboration tools to your company. This session cover connecting SharePoint to external data, enhancing customizations with Silverlight, and leveraging SharePoint data from Office client extensions. You’ll see how to leverage existing .NET skills to deliver new functionality on a platform that’s readily familiar to end-users:
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