Phew… USP Journal issue 2/2 is out.
I announced the plans to write a journal issue on SharePoint Designer 2010 workflows back in February and started working on it at the same time.
I had originally intended to use this announcement blog post to complain and moan about how long it took, how hard I’ve worked, and so on, but honestly, that’s not what you want to hear, so let me just skip to the facts, deviously stolen from the journal web page.
This issue targets beginning developers and business users looking to save organizations time and money by automating business processes (that’s written for your boss, not you).
With your purchase, you will get the beautifully illustrated (not my words, honest) 143 page journal issue plus over four hours of video content, including a recorded lecture from USPJ Academy on SharePoint Designer 2010 workflow types.
Topics covered in the issue are:
- Workflow in a NutShell
- Introduction to SharePoint Designer workflows
- Your first SharePoint Designer 2010 workflow
- Initiation forms and parameters
- Working with variables
- Collecting data from users
- Workflow lookups
- …plus many more
What else do you need to know?
Ah, where to buy:
Go on, you know you want it. And I want to get rich, so why not buy two copies, so you can have one in your wallet and one in the bedroom?
PS: I searched for SharePoint Designer 2010 workflows and found an article I wrote over a year ago about SharePoint Designer 2010 workflow features, before any public beta, based on what I found in the menus of an early version of SPD2010. Funny how virtually everything is spot on, even thought at the time I hadn’t seen anything beyond two error messages
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