Inside SharePoint 2007 Administration [NOOK Book]

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Learn to create network games from start to finish with "Fundamentals of Network Game Development." Covering all the essential elements of network game development, this book provides the techniques and strategies necessary to create a quality game. Organized into three core sections-design, design and development, and development-the book explores all the unique, underlying aspects that game designers and developers need to consider when building a game that uses a network to connect players both with the game ...
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Inside SharePoint 2007 Administration

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Overview

Learn to create network games from start to finish with "Fundamentals of Network Game Development." Covering all the essential elements of network game development, this book provides the techniques and strategies necessary to create a quality game. Organized into three core sections-design, design and development, and development-the book explores all the unique, underlying aspects that game designers and developers need to consider when building a game that uses a network to connect players both with the game and with each other. You'll examine the characteristics that set a network game apart from one that is played offline, the different types of games and networks, how the design and development processes differ depending on the type of game, how design elements affect development implementation and vice versa, how to prevent cheating and hacking, and how to test the final product. Throughout each chapter, real games are used as case studies to help guide you through the challenges of creating your own games. "Fundamentals of Network Game Development" provides you with the foundation you need to create professional-caliber network games.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781584506768
  • Publisher: Course Technology PTR
  • Publication date: 1/11/2008
  • Sold by: CENGAGE LEARNING
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 528
  • Sales rank: 752,674
  • File size: 14 MB
  • Note: This product may take a few minutes to download.

Meet the Author

Steve Caravajal is a principal architect with the Microsoft Corporation. He has been architecting, deploying and customizing SharePoint solutions for over 7 years. Steve has 25+ years experience in technology and product development, consulting and training. He holds a B.S. degree in chemistry and mathematics and a doctoral degree in chemistry and computer science. Steve is a developer at heart, having written and managed the development of numerous enterprise software applications in C++, Java and .NET. He currently lives in Cincinnati, OH, with his wife Rosemary.

Shane Young is a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server MVP and SharePoint enthusiast from Cincinnati, OH. With 8 years of network administration he specializes in SharePoint infrastructure and problem solving. He is the President and lead consultant of www.SharePoint911.com. Shane also enjoys public speaking and training. He lives in Cincinnati, OH, with his wife Nicola.

Todd Klindt is a Windows SharePoint Service MVP and all around computer nerd. He's been getting paid to play with computers for 12 years and been administrating SharePoint since 2001 since he stumbled onto SharePoint Team Services 1.0 on the Office CD. He currently manages a large MOSS installation. Todd has spoken at various events including Microsoft TechEd and the Microsoft SharePoint Conference. He, his lovely wife Jill and his beautiful daughter Lily live in Ames Iowa.

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Table of Contents


Introduction
1 SharePoint 2007 Components and Services 1
2 Architecture and Capacity Planning 17
3 Installation and Configuration 49
4 Securing and Managing Site Content 87
5 Command Line Administration with STSADM 129
6 SharePoint Navigation and Governance 177
7 Managing Site Customization: Templates, Features, and Solution Packages 201
8 Configuring and Managing Enterprise Search 227
9 Personalization and People Search 273
10 Configuring Internet-Accessible Web Sites 305
11 Optimizing SharePoint Performance 321
12 High Availability, Backups, and Disaster Recovery 353
13 SharePoint with Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 407
14 Administrating SharePoint 2007 with PowerShell 453 Index 485
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