I started as a .Net Developer and kind of walk my way up through the various versions of the SharePoint from SPS to MOSS 2007 and now SharePoint 2010 as well some works with the foundation versions of these three
I started as a .Net Developer and kind of walk my way up through the various versions of the SharePoint from SPS to MOSS 2007 and now SharePoint 2010 as well some works with the foundation versions of these three SharePoint versions like Foundation 2010. I have worked especially in the beginning but a lot of my experience lately has been leading teams with developers, and of course doing some coding on my own to create customized web parts, event receivers, created some custom workflows both in Visual Studio and SharePoint Designer. One such tool I love a lot in the creation of workflows is the ability to design it from Visio and export it to SharePoint designer and finally importing it to Visual Studio for full customization. As well doing some branding works on certain master pages depending on the business specifications. I have also worked as an architect helping to implement a solution for Server implementation in a couple of cases, as well as creating some prototype, some proofs of concept to make sure that SharePoint can and will actually accomplish what the business is trying to implement. I have also taken some administrative roles, setting up disaster recovery scenario, some capacity planning work, and I assure you, the big part of that is training the end users like with in New who weren’t ready to bring a SharePoint architect to come in and maintain the current system I put in place. Sometimes I actually kind of sell the SharePoint especially in cases where the people are running a MOSS 2007 environment and don’t know the advantages of actually employing SharePoint 2010 environment. As well as setting up some of the service applications like the excel services to actually pull data from an excel document and display in a Chart or User Profile Services to pull data from the Active Directory or LDAP or IBM Tivoli, depending on the type of directory services the company is actually using and other things of that nature.
I have generally worked both by myself and as a team, and I as mentioned before I have also been kind of like a lead developer role, working with team of some Offshore developers from India as well to kind of coach and guide them through their implementations as well as actually doing their deployments in the various staged environment sites.
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