Posts Tagged ‘Sharepoint’

Adding Value to Ebooks – color figures

There’s a big continuing discussion about how much ebooks should cost and we continue to listen and learn. Beyond the price question though, what’s more interesting to me is what ebooks can do that print books can’t. Of course, searchability, portability, many other ebook features are well known. But adding value to ebooks is an […]

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SharePoint 2010 User Group Offer

I’m happy to announce our latest user group promotion — 40% off of the following SharePoint 2010, DRM-free ebooks.   Title ISBN List Price Your Price Professional SharePoint 2010 Development 9780470882061 $49.99 $29.99 Professional SharePoint 2010 Administration 9780470912454 $49.99 $29.99 Beginning SharePoint 2010 Development 9780470904770 $39.99 $23.99 Beginning SharePoint 2010 Administration: Windows SharePoint Foundation 2010 and […]

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Wrox on the Road – Wrox authors coming to a conference near you

As usual, when there’s a big list of conference announcements, there’s a big list of Wrox authors speaking at them. We’re lucky to get to work with such busy and active authors, here are a few of the highlights on the speaking schedule in 2010: SharePoint Saturday NYC: July 31, NYC: Paul Galvin, Chris Geier, […]

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Customizing SharePoint 2010 List Forms with InfoPath 2010

Customizing SharePoint 2010 List Forms with InfoPath 2010 In Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, list forms were regular ASP.NET pages serving as the visual interfaces to add an item to, or edit or display an item in, that list. Typically, list forms were defined in the list template and instantiated upon the creation of a new […]

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Customizing the SharePoint 2010 Search User Experience

Customizing the SharePoint 2010 Search User Experience While the SharePoint 2010 Search out-of-the-box user interface is very intuitive and useful for information workers, power users can create their own search experiences. SharePoint Server 2010 includes many search-related web parts for power users to create customized search experiences, including Best Bets, refinement panel extensions, featured content, […]

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Todd Klindt, Shane Young, and Steve Caravajal SharePoint 2010 TechEd book signing

Tuesday at TechEd, Todd Klindt, Shane Young, and Steve Caravajal were the big hit at lunch as they autographed dozens of copies of their new book Professional SharePoint 2010 Administration. The TechEd bookstore had already sold out of the book Tuesday morning, so the attendees who showed up early at the Idera booth were the […]

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The Story of a Book – Professional SharePoint 2010 Administration

Every book has a story. I don’t know every Wrox books’ story nor do I share all of the stories I know. But Professional SharePoint 2010 Administration has a story worth telling. I’ve been joking with people today that I’ve been waiting for this book for 4 years. Here’s why. In early 2006, as SharePoint […]

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Setting Up Your Sharepoint 2010 Development Environment

Setting Up Your Sharepoint 2010 Development Environment Before you can start SharePoint 2010 development, you need to set up your development environment. There are some new twists with SharePoint 2010 when it comes to the development environments that it supports. One of these twists is that SharePoint can run, for development purposes, on a desktop […]

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Ebookpie.com launches with Wrox Chapters and ebooks

Ebookpie.com launched today and as part of their announcement, they mention both Wrox ebooks and chapters. We’re happy to add ebookpie.com to the growing list of retail partners who sell our ebooks. And I’m especially happy to have them selling our ebooks by the chapter. They’ve picked up Wrox’s "Chapters on Demand" idea as part […]

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Wrox author notes on SharePoint 2010

I’m back from a jam packed week at the SharePoint 2010 conference. Rather than bore you with my impressions of this "magical" product (Steve Ballmer’s word, not mine), I thought I’d point you to some of the interesting Wrox SharePoint author blogs that I’ve seen detailing what they think of SharePoint 2010: Andrew Connell Andrew […]

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