MSDN Webcast: SharePoint Server 2010 (Part 5 of 8): Developing for SharePoint 2010 on Windows 7 (Level 100)
MSDN Webcast: SharePoint Server 2010 (Part 5 of 8): Developing for SharePoint 2010 on Windows 7 (Level 100)
Event ID: 1032441925
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Microsoft Office SharePoint Server and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.
Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmer.
Now that you can install Microsoft SharePoint 2010 on the Windows 7 and Windows Vista operating systems, what is the best way to do it? There are many considerations from RAM and CPU to sample content and custom properties. One of the keys is PowerShell scripting to create sites, tear down sites, configure list schema, and clean up log files. In this webcast, we show you how easy it is to get SharePoint on your Windows 7 development machine, we share the requirements to get this done, we provide easy samples of scripts to set up and tear down your development environment, and we cover SharePoint developer options with Windows 7 virtualization and enterprise environments.

Presenter: Matthew Burnett, Senior Consultant, Microsoft Corporation

As an Application Developer supporting the Microsoft Office 2010 Technology Adoption Program (O2010 TAP) at Microsoft, Matt Burnett is responsible for key independent software vendor (ISV) partners participating in the program and assisting with the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 workshops and hands-on labs. Matt is passionate about Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft SharePoint, and he enjoys programming software.

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