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Three new MSDN Virtual Labs are live running SharePoint Server 2010 and Visual Studio 2010. You can work on these labs and learn SharePoint 2010 development without having to install SharePoint 2010 or Visual Studio 2010 on your machine. All you need is a web browser that can support our remote desktop ActiveX control and you can run these labs on our servers.
MSDN Virtual Lab: Developing a Visual Web Part in Visual Studio 2010
After completing this lab, you will be better able to work with existing Web Parts and Linq and also you will be more familiar with connecting two web parts.
MSDN Virtual Lab: Developing a BCS External Content Type with Visual Studio 2010
After completing this lab, you will be better able to build a BCS External content type, create a Business Data Catalog Model project, configure the External Content Type for offline use, and open the list using Outlook.
MSDN Virtual Lab: Developing SharePoint 2010 user interface with Silverlight in Visual Studio 2010
After completing this lab, you will be better able to create a basic Silverlight application that displays a SharePoint list inside a datagrid and deploy the Silverlight application to SharePoint, and also create a Silverlight application that displays SharePoint list data in a graph using the Silverlight Graphing controls.
After months of planning and hard work, Service Pack 1 for SharePoint 2010 Products is live and available for download. Service Pack 1 provides additional functionality and specific fixes, such as the ability to recover site collections and sites from the Recycle Bin, granular management and insight into storage using StorMan.aspx (Storage Space Allocation), and many others.
The SharePoint documentation team has published new and updated articles that were available as of June 28. For more information about these articles, as well as to learn what’s new in this service pack, download the Service Pack 1 for SharePoint Foundation 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010 white paper.
The following SharePoint team blog post provides more information about the contents of the service pack, such as its contents, how to download it, and FAQs: http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blog/Pages/BlogPost.aspx?pID=984.
You can also visit the Updates for SharePoint 2010 Products Resource Center (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/ff800847.aspx) to get detailed information about installing the service pack.
The ever popular MVP chats are back. Cross posting from here.
Do you have questions about SharePoint? Want to learn more about the recently launched SharePoint 2010? By popular request, SharePoint MVPs from around the world are participating in a live chat event about SharePoint. These Q&A events are a great opportunity to tap into the vast knowledge of these industry professionals who are regarded as the best in their field.
Please join us on Wednesday Sept 29th at 9am PDT or noon EST. Learn more and add these chats to your calendar by visiting the MSDN event page http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/chats/default.aspx
Check it out.
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I’m looking for a set by set guide on setting up a Ubuntu web server.I want it to be live on the internet. I’m makeing a sharepoint type thing but it’s not share point.
here’s what I’ve got:
a ubunut server
open ssh installed
staic ip :
here is what comcast gave me
gateway ip: 173.10.120.xxx
primary dns 68.87.69.xxx
seconddary dns 68.87.85.xx
(I put the XX’s for my security)
i want to get this live on the internet. I would be very grateful for any help .
on: 1st January 70