Preparatório para o exame “70-573: TS: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Application Development”

Olá SharePointers,

Estou me preparando para as provas Beta de SharePoint 2010 na próxima semana, achei interessante publicar os principais materiais preparatórios para as novas provas de SharePoint 2010, nesse post vou começar pela prova “70-573: TS: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Application Development“, que é a primeira prova da série de certificação para os Desenvolvedores de SharePoint 2010. A minha amiga Larah Vidotti escreveu um post muito bom explicando melhor sobre as novas certificações do SharePoint, eu recomendo: http://larah-vidotti.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!A8053836326D4C88!446.entry

Recentemente eu publiquei um post com os principais recursos e materiais para estudo dessa prova, veja Guia para Desenvolvedores – SharePoint 2010: http://waamorim.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!7B17A2ED20FAC6F5!526.entry

Uma outra boa referência, um pouco mais dividida com materiais sobre essa prova é o site da MVP Becky Bertram, veja o post Exam 70-573 Study Guide em: http://blog.beckybertram.com/Lists/Exam%2070573%20Study%20Guide/AllItems.aspx

Os materiais preparatórios oficiais para a prova 70-573 já foram disponibilizados no site Microsoft Learning, no site também diz que o exame final estará disponível no dia 12 de Julho de 2010 para os candidatos interessados. Para maiores informações acesse: Microsoft Learning Center exam description for 70-573.

Sobre o exame

Esse exame é designado a testar os conhecimentos e habilidades do candidato em desenvolvimento de aplicações com a plataforma Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

Perfil

O exame Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) in Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Application Development, certifica que o candidato deve ser capaz de realizar as seguintes tarefas:

  • Escrever códigos para extender o SharePoint 2010.
  • Adicionar e suportar códigos em projetos existentes.
  • Escrever códigos para Features customizadas em SharePoint Solutions com Visual WebParts ou Event Receivers.
  • Implementar uma solução desenhada por um Líder de Desenvolvimento SharePoint

O candidato também deve ter a seguinte experiência:

  • 12 meses com ASP.NET 3.5 e Visual Studio 2008 (ou superior)
  • 6 meses desenvolvendo com SharePoint 2007 (ou superior)
  • 3 meses com SharePoint 2010 e Visual Studio 2010 (incluindo beta releases)

Créditos ao obter a Certificação:

Quando você passa no Exame 70-573, você completa os requisitos para a seguinte certificação:

TS: SharePoint 2010 Developer

O Exame 70-573 vale como requisito para completar a certificação: PRO: SharePoint Server 2010 Developer

Abaixo vou listar direto do site Microsoft Learning (em inglês) as habilidades que estão sendo avaliadas nesse exame para medir sua capacidade de realizar as tarefas técnicas desejadas. A porcentagem indica o peso de importância relativo de cada tópico sobre o exame.

Working with the SharePoint User Interface (19%)

  • Manage SPSite and SPWeb programmatically by using Visual Studio 2010
    This objective may include but is not limited to: creating sub webs, referencing SPFiles, manipulating property bag, when to call Update, referencing SPContext, SPSite, SPWeb,  SPSite.OpenWeb, SPWeb.Webs, feature activiation and deactivation

    This objective does not include: trivial cases such as setting title and other loose properties of the objects

  • Implement a dialog by using the Dialog Framework

    This objective may include but is not limited to: Create dialogs from JavaScript or from server side, display dialogs

  • Create a custom ribbon object

    This objective may include but is not limited to: adding custom actions to the ribbon, customizing groups, customizing tabs, customizing the existing ribbon

  • Customize navigation programmatically
    This objective may include but is not limited to: TopNav bar, quick launch, custom actions

    This objective does not include: custom menu controls, custom site map providers

  • Create and apply branding to a SharePoint site
    This objective may include but is not limited to: applying custom master pages to content pages and application pages, placeholders, page layouts, programmatically working with themes, deploying CSS, CSSlink, ScriptLink

    This objective does not include: graphic design, creating a CSS

Developing Web Parts and Controls (21%)

  • Create Web Parts
    This objective may include but is not limited to: including properties, controls using Render vs. CreateChildControl, life cycle,  visual, standard Web Parts,  

    This objective does not include: trivial case where developer uses Visual Web Part project template

  • Create connectable Web Parts

    This objective may include but is not limited to: Implement consumer/provider interfaces

  • Debug Web Parts

    This objective may include but is not limited to: ULS log, and event log, debug.log tracing, developer dashboard

  • Create and implement delegate controls

    This objective may include but is not limited to: overriding existing controls with lower sequence, developing and using .ascx files

Developing Business Logic (19%)

  • Implement a custom workflow in Visual Studio 2010
    This objective may include but is not limited to: work with inititation data or association data to create a SharePoint task, extend a workflow imported from SharePoint Designer 2010, use a HandleExternalEvent and CallExternalMethod to interact with a custom local service, work with inititation data or association data in a site workflow, corelation token

    This objective does not include: trivial cases such as workflows with no custom actions, initiation data, association data.

  • Create a custom workflow action

    This objective may include but is not limited to: create a custom SPD action, create and add a custom activity to a Visual Studio workflow, define an action.xml file

  • Create and implement event receivers

    This objective may include but is not limited to: accessing event properties, list, item, site, email, avoiding recursion, cancelling events, choosing synchronization state

  • Customize Enterprise Content Management (ECM)
    This objective may include but is not limited to: creating a content type that inherit from appropriate parent, creating and implementing a custom publishing field control that is page mode aware, activating a master page programmatically including token usage

    This objective does not include: page layouts, formatting

  • Create, implement and debug a Timer Job

    This objective may include but is not limited to: configuration, programmatic scheduling, queueing, attaching debugger to the Timer service

  • Create and modify Business Connectivity Service model in Visual Studio 2010

    This objective may include but is not limited to: create a BDC model in Visual Studio 2010, define insert, update and delete methods, create and read items, make data searchable

  • Manage Users, Groups, Permissions

    This objective may include but is not limited to: SPGroups, SPUser, permission inheritance, all securable objects, SPRoleDefinition, SPRole, SPRoleAssignment

Working With SharePoint Data (22%)

  • Access list data by using the Server object model

    This objective may include but is not limited to: SPQuery, LINQ, SPList, SPSiteDataQuery, schema management, working with a query Governor, create LINQ query that includes a join statement, SPQuery Vs. SPSiteDataQuery

  • Access SharePoint Data by using ADO.NET Data Services

    This objective may include but is not limited to: WCF ListData.svc, RESTFUL URLs conventions, create and use a client service reference

  • Access (CRUD) data by using the Client Object Model

    This objective may include but is not limited to: Javascript, .NET, Silverlight, Build Silverlight User Interface for SharePoint using Client Object Model, Query data by using CAML over the Client Object Model in Silverlight, non data API (site, web, list, access)

  • Work with documents programmatically

    This objective may include but is not limited to: SPFile, SPFolder, SPVersion, upload document and set meta data

  • Work with the meta data

    This objective may include but is not limited to: Access data from user profiles, taxonomy, folksonomy

  • Extending SharePoint Search

    This objective may include but is not limited to: creating a custom query using full text query or keyword query, customize the look and feel of the search result using XSLT

  • Implement and debug code that executes in an alternative security context

    This objective may include but is not limited to: create code that uses the RunWithElevatedPrivileges delegate (including debugging), create code that uses the System Account, create code that impersonate a different user

  • Create and modify a custom content type

    This objective may include but is not limited to: declaratively and programmatically creating and upgrading content type using Visual Studio 2010, modifying an exisiting content type, site columns

Stabilizing and Deploying SharePoint Components (19%)

  • Manage a solution in Visual Studio 2010

    This objective may include but is not limited to: modify the contained features in the solution, add an assembly that is not included in the visual studio solution, manage mapped folders for localization, sandbox and farm solutions, customize manifest.xml 

  • Manage a feature by using Visual Studio 2010
    This objective may include but is not limited to: upgrading, localizing, versioning, developing features, feature receivers (activating and installing) that interact with their parent object, customizing feature.xml

    This objective does not include: features without elements

  • Store and retrieve configuration data

    This objective may include but is not limited to:  App config, web config, persisted object, list, xml, file system, cookies, property bag

  • Create a site definition by using Visual Studio 2010
    This objective may include but is not limited to: feature activation, site provisioning, localization

    This objective does not include: list definitions and modules defined in ONET.xml, SharePoint Designer

  • Manage SharePoint object life cycle by using the Dispose API

    This objective may include but is not limited to: SPWeb, SPContext, IDisposable, Try…Catch…Finally, using blocks

  • Develop, debug, and deploy sandboxed solutions

    This objective may include but is not limited to: APIs that are allowed or not allowed in sandbox, use a full trust proxyPessoal,

Isso ai pessoal, espero que esse post seja útil a todos.

Abraços!

       

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