New USP Journal Issue SPInvoice Explained Available for Pre-Order

I’ve been spending the holidays relaxing and writing (I find that relaxing, so sue me…). I’ve been writing on a new USP Journal issue called SPInvoice Explained.

Well, I’ve decided to open up for pre-orders of this new issue, and it’s available right now.

The full issue should be out in early February, but to whet your appetite, you can purchase now and receive a pre-release bonus package consisting of:

  • Draft version of first three chapters, notes and comments included
  • Development version of SPInvoice (Visual Studio 2010)
  • 30 minute video walkthrough of the solution and the techniques used (not the same as the one below)

After final release, the pre-order package will no longer be available. However, as a pre-order reader, you will of course get the full and completed version as soon as it’s done.

SPInvoice is targeted at fairly advanced developers. In this issue, you’ll learn advanced SharePoint development concepts such as

  • Building solutions that upgrade across SharePoint versions
  • Understanding custom configuration options in SharePoint
  • Developing advanced user experiences with delegate controls and state management
  • Building rapid taxonomy solutions
  • Creating advanced user interfaces using jQuery and SPServices

You can check out a preview video of the user interface of SPInvoice here:

Ready to pre-order? Here’s the issue page:


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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.

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