Session 5: Building SharePoint Applications

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Presented by: Ulysses Ludwig Running Time: 110 min If SharePoint’s out of the box features simply do not fit the bill, there are still tremendous benefits to building an application by embedding the application logic within SharePoint itself.

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Ever feel like the more you learn about SharePoint 2010 the more questions you have and the more work you realize you have to do? Do you have a SharePoint environment that just isn’t living up to its potential? Wouldn't it be great if you could hear from experts out in the field who work with hundreds of different companies and help these companies implement SharePoint-based solutions of every shape and size?

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