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Show #162 | 12/14/2009


Sahil Malik on Developing for SharePoint 2010

Our good friend Sahil Malik has been poking around in early versions of SharePoint 2010 lately. In this episode, Sahil introduces us to the new interface and some of the great, and not so great, new features.



Sahil Malik Sahil Malik is a .NET author, trainer and consultant who has worked in Microsoft Technologies since the DOS days. Currently he is heavily invested in Sharepoint 2007, and the .NET framework in general.


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