Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Ch. 1 SharePoint 2013 Developer Roadmap

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Take a deep dive into SharePoint 2013, Developer Roadmap and master the intricacies for designing and implementing robust apps and other business solutions for your organization.

Led by an author team with in-depth knowledge of SharePoint architecture, you’ll thoroughly explore the SharePoint 2013 development platform and new app model through hands-on tasks and extensive code samples.

Chapter 1, “SharePoint 2013 developer roadmap,” provides a strategic view of SharePoint development options. This eBook presents the various development models and how they fit into the overall SharePoint development story.

About the authors:

Scot Hillier is an independent consultant and Microsoft SharePoint Most Valuable Professional (MVP) focused on creating solutions for information workers with SharePoint, Microsoft Office, and related .NET technologies. He is the author/coauthor of 15 books and DVDs on Microsoft technologies, including Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2010 (Microsoft Press, 2011). Scot splits his time between consulting on SharePoint projects, speaking at SharePoint events such as Tech Ed, and delivering training for SharePoint developers. Scot is a former US Navy submarine officer and is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute. Scot can be reached at scot@shillier.com.

 

Mirjam van Olst works as a SharePoint Architect for Avanade in the Netherlands. Having worked with different versions of SharePoint since 2004, she has helped companies in different industries and of different sizes to implement successful SharePoint portal, ECM, and search solutions. Mirjam is one of the very few Microsoft Certified Masters for both SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010. Being a strong community advocate, Mirjam is a co-organizer of the Dutch Information Worker User Group (DIWUG). Mirjam is a regular author and editor for the popular DIWUG eMagazine. Mirjam is a regular speaker at both national and international conferences and events and can be found blogging at http://sharepointchick.com. Mirjam has been awarded the Microsoft MVP award since 2010. In her spare time Mirjam likes to play tennis and hang out with friends and family.

Ted Pattison has been writing technical books for software developers, speaking at industry conferences, and leading technical training classes for the last 20 years. In March 2003, his professional focus turned to SharePoint technologies when he began to work with the beta of SharePoint Server 2003. As a recognized author and trainer within the industry, Ted was selected by Microsoft early in the beta lifecycle of SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010, and SharePoint 2013 to author developer-focused training material for early adopters, and he has been fortunate to gain many close contacts within the SharePoint team at Microsoft over the years. Currently, Ted is the owner and president of Critical Path Training (www.CriticalPathTraining.com), a company dedicated to training and education focusing on SharePoint technologies. Ted manages the curriculum at Critical Path Training and also serves as a senior instructor training hundreds of professional developers and IT pros on SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 each year. Ted has been a SharePoint MVP 19 years running

Andrew Connell is an independent consultant who enjoys development, writing, and teaching. He has a background in content management solutions and web development that spans back to his time as a student at the University of Florida in the late 1990s, managing class websites. He has consistently focused on the challenges facing businesses today to maintain a current and dynamic online presence without having to rely constantly on web developers or have a proficiency in web technologies. Andrew is an nine-time recipient of Microsoft’s MVP award (2005-2013) for Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) and SharePoint Server. You can learn from Andrew by taking one of his hands-on courses through Critical Path Training (www.CriticalPathTraining.com) or through one of the many on-demand classes he has published though Pluralsight (www.Pluralsight.com). He has authored and contributed to numerous MCMS and SharePoint books over the years, including Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development (Wrox, 2008), Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2010 (Microsoft Press, 2011), and Real World SharePoint 2010 (Wrox, 2010) and is the author of numerous articles on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) and in various magazines. Andrew has presented at numerous conferences and taught in the United States, Canada, Australia, England, Spain, Norway, Sweden, and the Netherlands. You can find Andrew on his blog (http://www.andrewconnell.com), follow him on Twitter @andrewconnell, or email him at me@andrewconnell.com.

Wictor Wilén is one of the few Microsoft Certified Architects in the world and Microsoft Certified Solutions Master for SharePoint. He works as Director and Solution Architect at Connecta AB in Sweden. Wictor has worked in the portal and web content management industry since 1998 for consulting companies, founded and sold his own software company and saw the dawn of SharePoint back in 2001. Wictor is an active SharePoint community participant, author, tutor, and frequent speaker at local and international conferences. Since 2010 Wictor has been awarded the SharePoint Server MVP title by Microsoft for his community contributions. He can be found online at http://www.wictorwilen.se/. Wictor is based in Stockholm, Sweden.

Kyle Davis is the Solution Architect for the Emerging Technology Group at Catapult Systems. Kyle is a frequent speaker at various Microsoft events and enjoys traveling across the nation sharing best practices and different approaches to solve business needs. Kyle spends most of his time architecting solutions built with emerging technologies and meeting with businesses on how they can do the same. Kyle holds SharePoint MCITP and MCPD certifications and can be followed at @cldarchitect on Twitter.

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