Day of .NET summary

Attending a local event such as Code Camp, Day of .NET or something similar can be a great way to keep up-to-date on technologies you don’t work with everyday.   These events are usually one day, free of charge and contain a lot of great information.  I attended our local version put on by Chris Woodruff.  I attended the Sharepoint session put on by Rick Kierner   My current role has me doing a lot of Sharepoint / WSS, among other technologies.  Mostly what I’m doing is infrastructure and administration, attending the Day of .NET event introduced me to the developer side.  Here are some links mentioned. 


http://www.heathersolomon.com/blog/articles/148.aspx


Rick Kierner
http://rickdoes.net


 


40 templates available from MS.


http://www.microsoft.com/sharepoint/templates.mspx


 


WSP Builder on codeplex
http://www.codeplex.com/wspbuilder


 


Looking for a place to start (Download the VPC)
www.Mssharepointdeveloper.com


 


Sharepoint dev wiki
http://www.sharepointdevwiki.com


 


Sharepoint logs
http://tinyurl.com/3ng88v


 


I was glad to see Sharepoint has rich logging capabilites, IISLogs (component I wrote) can handle and process logs to keep things under control.   Sharepoint has the ability to automatically clean up logs (which is great!).  However, if you want to keep a few weeks around and zip them up, IISLogs can do the trick.   IISLogsLite 2.0 can handle .log files.


 


Thanks again Chris, Bill Miller and speakers for putting on a great event.


 


Cheers,


 


Steve Schofield


Microsoft MVP – IIS

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