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Speaking In Tulsa This Saturday

SharePoint Saturday is coming to Tulsa this weekend and I'm delivering two sessions. The first is an introduction to InfoPath and the second is Unit Testing SharePoint Code using TypeMock.

Introduction to InfoPath
New to InfoPath? This session will introduce you to InfoPath 2007. It will show you how to use the basic features of InfoPath to quickly and easily create data entry forms. You will learn how to bind dropdowns to SharePoint lists and xml documents. Also you will learn how to publish your forms to SharePoint so your users can fill them out and submit them through the browser.

Unit Testing Custom SharePoint Solutions with TypeMock
SharePoint solutions are made up of code and should be tested just like any other code base. Unfortunately some of the architecture choices made in the SharePoint Object Model limit a SharePoint developer's ability to unit test their code. This session will give an overview of mocking in general and then dive into how to use TypeMock to mock difficult dependencies like SPWeb and SPList. The session will also cover other types of testing besides unit testing including manual and integration tests.

For those of you that were at Tech Fest last year, you might have heard about the epic Beer and Code event brought to you by DotNetMafia.  Well DotNetMafia is doing it again for SharePoint Saturday.  Beer and Code will be at Dirty's Tavern (just like last time) located at 325 E 2nd St (2nd and Elgin – Downtown Tulsa).  Update: We now have a sponser to pay for beer and food. Thanks Tek Systems!

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About KyleKelin

Kyle Kelin has been implementing software in the Microsoft space for the past 6 years mainly as a consultant. His interests are SharePoint, .NET, JQuery, and Silverlight.
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