Microsoft partner Intergen got the chance to talk code migration in front of a global audience at the vendor’s SharePoint conference in Las Vegas this week.
Strategy and innovation director Chris Auld SOKE about the mechanics of moving software programming code from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010.
“At Intergen we’ve been working with Microsoft to build SharePoint developer tools for some time. This presentation looked at some tools that we’ve built to support developers moving to SharePoint 2010, and common issues that developers may face in upgrading,” he says.
Local partners including Enlighten Designs, Gen-i, DataSouth, Axon, Provoke, KnowledgeCue, Aptimize and EnvisionIT also attended the conference.
In his keynote speech, Microsoft head Steve Ballmer said that a public beta version of SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 will be available in November.