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    <p>If you've been following the <a href="http://www.andrewconnell.com/blog/ASPNET-Developer-Looking-for-a-SharePoint-Rand-Up"><strong>Introduction to SharePoint for .NET Developers</strong></a> webcast series <a href="http://www.thorprojects.com/">Rob</a> and I are doing with <a href="http://blogs.msdn.com/pandrew">Paul</a>, you might be interested to know what we now have hands-on-labs that correspond to the same topics we've been discussing in the webcasts. Microsoft just posted the downloads <a href="http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=b885dce8-c93f-48aa-b798-4422febcc200&amp;DisplayLang=en">here</a>. But why go there when there's an easy to remember URL? </p>
    <p>You can get everything from a brand new site that just went live: <a href="http://www.MsSharePointDeveloper.com"><strong>http://www.MsSharePointDeveloper.com</strong></a>. You'll also find links to an interview with Rob and I did with Paul, download an installed and configured VPC as well as a white paper on SharePoint development for the .NET developer.</p>
    <p>Enjoy!!!</p>
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