Why I am posting it here because I am going for this one: 2 months from now.
Microsoft published SharePoint Products development poster last week last week the first two posters. Here are few more
Windows SharePoint Services "v3" and the new Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
Brand new InfoPath object model poster is here.
It’s a powerful tool, but do you know how to get the most out of Microsoft Office Project Server 2003? Answer these questions to find out.
BTW I got 10/10. in this quiz and 9/10 in SharePoint Quiz. The only bad answer was about Excel Worksheet in Custom list because I never did but now I am testing it.
Few days back I met a bunch of guys who decided to work on SharePoint on development of their final projects in their universities. They somehow got information about me working on SharePoint. Although I do not provide trainings but I decided to do it this time. This training consists of seven lectures of around 2 hours and more. Below is the list of sessions that I will be presenting to them.
Introduction to Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies
SharePoint Services Introduction
SharePoint Object Model for Developers
SharePoint User Experience
SharePoint Point Portal Server
SharePoint Portal Server Object Model
SharePoint Services VS SharePoint Portal Server
SharePoint Object Model Drill Down
Last night we had gone past the first lecture and talked about the project they will be working. According to them their idea is to develop application like SharePoint Explorer using Visual Studio .Net 2005 and SharePoint Services 2003. They are also thinking of developing application for SharePoint Version 3.
I am also in process of negotiations with eVentureSolutions at Operation Badar; on SharePoint training and we will have an initial session on SharePoint Services and Portal Server 2003.
Are you already an expert at Microsoft Windows® SharePoint® Services? Do you know how to customize your site and use the Microsoft Office 2003 programs to work with it? Have you made Web Parts that are powerful enough to alter the orbits of distant planets? Answer these 10 short questions and find out for sure. You never know … you might just learn a thing or two along the way.