Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 (Anglais)
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However, it's pretty apparent that the book was rushed (at least editorially) due to the large number of grammar mistakes, awkward sentences, terrible analogies (some of them a bit inappropriate in any textbook), and somewhat questionable _structure_ of the content.
Again, Sahil does a good job of capturing a lot of the key changes in 2010 and gives good examples (chapter 5 being the most interesting to me, personally). If I were grading on content alone, the book would be closer to 5 stars. It's the editing team at Apress that have let down Mr. Malik by not putting enough attention in properly structuring and organizing the content and not performing adequate proofreading. I feel that many of the concepts and ideas could have been organized a bit differently and more coherently to help the reader better link the concepts together and have a clearer path to ramping up. It may have helped if the book had a more focused target audience (Mr. Malik himself points out that the book is broad in nature).
That said, as I mentioned in the opening of the review, I would definitely recommend this for SharePoint developers who are transitioning or preparing to transition from 2007. Despite it's flaws, it's still worthy of the time and money that you'll invest in it. I do wish that the author had gone into more detail regarding best practices and design patterns for developing solutions in SharePoint; this is an area that is sorely missing in terms of publications. Mr. Malik might have made the book even better by incorporating the different examples around a central solution or problem instead of the scattershot approach of one-off examples. In other words, his examples (in a book with "Building Solutions" in the title) would have been better served in the context of a more comprehensive, overarching example.
It is well paced, interspersing theory with chunks of real code and meaty walkthroughs. You get to see how things work without that overly code-heavy, I've-been-reading-this-same-page-for-an-hour approach that plagues many technical books. And Sahil's sense of humor keeps you awake just when things start to get a little dry.
I highly recommend this book for developers who are comfortable with .NET and have a basic understanding of what SharePoint does from a user's perspective.
However, Sahil Malik managed to show a clear view of SharePoint architecture and present best practices of building applications with it. Moreover, being a master of whole spectrum of .NET platfrom, he shows brilliant examples of using SharePoint together with other technologies: Silvelight, WCF, REST, Office etc. I was completely new to SharePoint development, but after one week of book study and lab excercises I was confident to manage various SP tasks: from configuring a SharePoint server to building business intelligence solutions.
Of course having Sahil as a course trainer helped a lot: whenever we got stuck with labs, he came and resolved our troubles within just a few minutes, and he often could give a reason for our problem even without looking at the screen. But the content of his current course is the content of this book, so if you read it slowly and care about details (it is very densed, there is a lot of content there), you should be able to build a good understanding of SharePoint architecture and its development practices.
One thing I wish the book had: more focus on TDD and continuous integration. For a person like me, who spends most of his time with raw code and no content, the question of configuring SharePoint development environment to be able to cover the code with unit and integration tests is a crucial one. With content management and site provisioning systems this is not easy. I suggest you look at products like Typemock Isolator that have support for SharePoint unit testing. And as I said I wish there was a chapter in the book dedicated to testing challenges. Anyway, the absence of such chapter does not make the book weaker, the book is an excellent guide for anyone who wants to master SharePoint 2010.