Building the SharePoint User Experience is out!

I just got the news myself, and flippin heck, I’ve never been so surprised since… Well, I was really surprised last time.

The book was just sent to the printer, so it might be that Apress forgot to cancel some automatic publishing thing, but to make sure you get your copy before someone finds out, stop by Apress and pick up a copy.

The reason why I noticed was that one of the members of the book’s mailing list sent me an email stating that the first three chapters looked very good. As no-one but a very few people have even seen the first three chapters together, I was a bit surprised. To say the least.

Now the wait is over, and one of the most anticipated SharePoint developer books is finally here. At least it is the most anticipated by me 🙂

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Bjørn Furuknap

I previously did SharePoint. These days, I try new things to see where I can find the passion. If you have great ideas, cool projects, or is in general an awesome person, get in touch and we might find out together.

2 thoughts on “Building the SharePoint User Experience is out!”

  1. Hi,

    Its great book. Very much developer – User oriented, exatly what I wanted. Is it possible to have source code for this book. I am kind of new to mid developer for sharepoint and could not been able to do some examples?

    Regards,
    P Coombs

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