Aimed toward developers, IT pros, and technical architects, Microsoft SharePoint 2010: Building Solutions for SharePoint 2010 by Sahil Malik will provide intermediate-level guidance for those developing on the SharePoint 2010 platform for distribution via the web, Microsoft Office or mobile devices. Topics include: sites, web parts, data management, portal solutions, …Continue reading »
The second part of our SharePoint 2010 book review. This week we will concentrate on SharePoint 2010 books for experts. In this review we look at books suitable for experienced SharePoint programmers, administrators and specialist IT consultants.
Once beyond the basics, SharePoint 2010 becomes at platform for a multitude of …Continue reading »
Written by a former Microsoft SharePoint Program Manager, How to Do Everything Microsoft SharePoint 2010 by Stephen Cawood provides a step-by-step guide to mastering the latest features in SharePoint 2010 in a concise and reader friendly manner, specifically for end users who want to get the most out of their …Continue reading »
Sams Teach Yourself SharePoint Foundation 2010 in 24 Hours by Mike Walsh is a straight forward, step-by-step approach to all the fundamentals of SharePoint 2010. This book provides information on how to build, administer, and secure solutions with the free version of SharePoint 2010. With step-by-step guides, tips and practical …Continue reading »
Following the success of our review of the best book titles for photographic digital asset management, our book review season continues this month with books dedicated to SharePoint 2010. In this review, we look at books for absolute SharePoint 2010 beginners – no experience required.
The literature available for anyone …Continue reading »
Digital Photography Best Practices And Workflow Handbook: A Guide To Staying Ahead Of The Workflow Curve
The third and final title in our roundup of books on Digital Asset Management for photographers is “Digital Photography Best Practices and Workflow Handbook: A Guide to Staying Ahead of the Workflow Curve” by Patricia Russotti and Richard Anderson.
Aimed at professional photographers and archivists, this universal guide, …Continue reading »
The second in our roundup of DAM related books for photographers and photo libraries is “The Digital Shoebox: How to Organize, Find, and Share Your Photos” by Sarah Bay Williams.
Aimed more at the individual, rather than the professional photographic studio or archive, this book explains strategies for …Continue reading »
The first in our series of features on popular books, reports and white papers that cover the topic of digital asset management and related subjects. In this review, we look at books that focus on digital asset management for photographers and photographic libraries.
It could be argued that the first …Continue reading »
There is an offer on Peter Krogh’s site for a free copy of Expression Media 2 (the photo management application recently acquired by Phase One from Microsoft) to anyone who buys a copy of The DAM Book. The discount is open until 31st October only, so you need …Continue reading »