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CHAPTER 10 INTERMISSION: THE MENTALITY OF A SHAREPOINT DEVELOPER
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WSP files are just .cab files with a funny name. Rename the .wsp file to .cab, and you can open it Tip
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The problem is that starting out with tools will subtract from your learning. If all you want is to produce a solution, fine, but you will never learn what you are doing beyond click here to create something. I will not recommend any particular tool, because finding out which tool works best for you is also a learning experience. My preferences are stated throughout this book, but you should not take these as any kind of best practices or even any endorsement of one tool over another. Take solution building in Visual Studio. If you are using Visual Studio to develop SharePoint solutions, you have at least four good alternatives; using no helper tools, you have the Microsoft Visual Studio Extensions for WSS, STSDEV, and WSPBuilder. I have used all these tools and landed on my preference of WSPBuilder only after spending weeks finding out what fits my development style. Your style will be different. Each tool has strengths and weaknesses, and you must find out what you like. There is no best or worst, only preference.
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OK, I ll reveal the biggest secret to SharePoint development I know. You may want to sit down, grab a cup of your favorite brew, relax, and try to prepare yourself. The most important tool to SharePoint development is... SharePoint. That s right. SharePoint is a tool. Nothing more. Granted, it is a rather advanced tool, much more advanced than, say, a hammer, but it is still just a tool. It doesn t matter how good you are with a hammer. You may be able to hit nails in your sleep with both hands tied behind your back and hanging upside down from your toes. All you are doing is striking nails into wood. That is useful, of course, but it will never get you a house. If you want to build a house, you need to learn a ton of other skills. You need to learn design, architecture, and how to use other tools such as saws, screwdrivers, and blowtorches. As you probably realize by now, I have no idea how to build a house, but I know that you need far more than a hammer and a skilled nail barbarian. So, try to see beyond SharePoint and see how SharePoint fits into the bigger picture. Teach your team, your boss, your customer, or whoever pays your salary how they can utilize your wonderful hammer-wielding talent. Show them how user experience, workflows, business intelligence, and all the other aspects of SharePoint development can bring peace and harmony to the world. Don t be good at hammering. Be good at building houses, including being proficient with a hammer. Do that, and you have yourself a first-class ticket to job security nirvana for the rest of your natural life.
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It is time for a new era of your SharePoint adventure. Having traversed the deepest depths
of SharePoint knowledge in the previous part, it is now time to put some of that knowledge to practical use. In this part of the book, we will create a new site, from bottom to top, using the skills and techniques learned in Part 2. There will be plenty of exercises to hone your new skills, and in the end you will have a new site made with nothing but your own sweat, blood, and perhaps some tears. The site we will be creating is a publishing site, a newspaper to be precise. That does not matter much, however, since the goal will be to practice creating a great SharePoint user experience. Each chapter will build on the previous chapters, so you will likely get more out of the process if you follow along in all the chapters. With that said, here is a very important warning.
Caution What you are about to see is extremely dangerous. Never try this at home. The stunts performed here are done by professional stunt developers and are for illustrative purposes only. Do not launch a newspaper web site based on the code provided here. Seriously, I am not joking. The code in this chapter is illustrating different aspects of SharePoint development. You will likely break every best practice for software development ever created. Your server will implode and take the entire building with it if you ever put this in a production environment. Your spouse will be very angry and make you sleep on the couch for a week. The sun will not rise tomorrow. Christmas will be canceled next year. Bob will not be your uncle or even acknowledge being in your family. In fact, Bob will likely disown you. Be very clear on this: do not use this code in production.
So, grab a shovel, a hammer, and whatever nails you can find, because it is time to build an empire!
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