Today I was working to make modifications to a site that was being provisioned via automation code. The code creates a batch of sites and then uploads various data to the site for review by members of the site. The goal of the automation is to insure a consistent user experience with web parts to containing lists and libararies in the same place. However, I couldn’t see exactly where this would be accomplished in the object model of SharePoint, so I pulled up Google and began searching. I came across this post by Thomas Conté that was very helpful.
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I have been a developer of web based solutions since early 2001 delivering solutions to a wide array of organizations using ASP, ASP.NET and SharePoint. I was introduced to SharePoint in 2003 when the consulting firm I worked for at the time introduced it into the workplace. I began working with MOSS 2007 as soon as Microsoft released the RTM version in November 2006. The platform was implemented at the organization I worked for in 2007 and went live in March of that year. I was tasked with the administration and ongoing development of the platform. I currently work as a SharePoint Architect with Artis Consulting, developing solutions for a wide variety of business problems. The goal of this blog is to share my discoveries developing solutions with SharePoint. I welcome your comments and feedback to any post -- and I welcome suggestions for future topics. View all posts by Chris Quick