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“SharePoint Troubleshooting” , A new free bonus issue of Understanding SharePoint Journal written by Me!

Just a quick note to let you know that a new free bonus issue of “Understanding SharePoint Journal” was released a couple of hours ago. The issue is titled “SharePoint Troubleshooting” and is written by me.

In that 25-page bonus issue, I will introduce you to some of the troubleshooting utilities, tools, tips, and tricks that can make your life easier in view of the fact that SharePoint troubleshooting can really be a nightmare for those who are new to the platform if it is not performed properly. The initiative for this issue came out of my late nights as a software engineer trying to troubleshoot SharePoint solutions to ship high-quality products on time.


You can get the issue for free from here.  I’ll also be waiting for your feedback for the issue

Beginning SharePoint Development Available Now!

It’s here – after a far too long wait – the next issue of Understanding SharePoint Journal.

The topic this time, as you likely know, is Beginning SharePoint Development. If you are an aspiring developer, or if you have a lot of experience as a developer on other platforms, this issue is for you.

The issue, spanning 128 pages, covers the following aspects of SharePoint development:

  • Creating the development environment
  • Overview of SharePoint from a developer’s perspective
  • SharePoint development core concepts
  • Data development in SharePoint
  • Event handlers and workflows in SharePoint
  • SharePoint web part development
  • Development of visual elements

You’ll also get 21 videos lasting more than 3 hours and 15 minutes, walking you through the steps of the exercises and showing you some additional and useful tips and tricks.

I won’t hold you here no more, here is the URL: