SharePoint 2010 Resources: The Beta Version
Bookmark this page! Today we're still in "pre-release" mode, some come back and watch us grow. Between the SharePoint Conference 2009 and the public beta in November, this site will provide links to all the information you need to prepare for SharePoint Server 2010 and WSS 4.0. To have your posts and articles included, just contact me through the links at the side of this page. See you in SharePoint!
This is a hub for SharePoint Server 2010 and WSS 4 Resources with two advantages: All resources are hand-picked and vetted for quality, and each topic contains a with hand-tuned search designed to return the latest content which you can then filter further to find what you need.
Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Beta 2 (Requires MSDN Subscription)
Reference [Search Results]
WSS FAQ. Common WSS questions.
Hubs [Search Results]
These are the other pages like this one: starting points for doing things with SharePoint.
SharePoint Virtual Conference and Expo. November 5, 2009.
SharePoint Conference 2009. The first source of "deep" content for SharePoint 2010. October 12-22, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
User Groups. [Search Results]
Discussions and Q&A Forums. [Search Results]
Weblogs. [Search Results]
SharePoint OPML. Includes product team blogs, MVP blogs and more.
Top SharePoint Blogs (Alltop).
Top 100 SharePoint Blogs (Joel Oleson).
Planning and Architecture
Governance Resource Center (Microsoft).
Governance Checklist (Microsoft).
Administration [Search results]
SharePoint Management PowerShell Scripts (CodePlex)
Backup and Restore. [Search results]
Developer Resources [Search results]
Software Development Kits (SDKs).
WSS 4.0 SDK Online. Download.
SPS 2010 SDK Online. Download.
Building the Development Environment.
Building a SharePoint 2010 Development Machine (Eli).
Building and Packaging Solutions.
Application Pages (also known as Layout Pages)
Namespace, Class and Web Service references.
Features [Search Results]
Books [Amazon results]
Books are categorized by audience: developers (e.g. Web Parts, the SharePoint API), designers (re-branding, use of SharePoint Designer, look and feel), administrators (deployment and maintenance), and end-users (Mort).
"Best of" Lists.