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SharePoint 2010: Setting-Up A Clean And Recoverable Development VM

, 5 Oct 2012 CPOL
My own way of setting-up a SharePoint development virtual machine wherein I wanted to have it clean and recoverable anytime just in case I made a mess trying out something.

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Ritchie Ponce Grijaldo
Technical Lead Datacom Systems (Wellington) Ltd.
New Zealand New Zealand
Ritchie Grijaldo is a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer for Enterprise, Web, and Windows Applications. More than 10 years of experience in migrating, designing, and developing n-tier applications. Designed and developed a WCF service impervious to hacking exploits, is robust, scalable, extensible, architecturally secure, a high-performing and efficient solution for validating and converting PDF documents into the standard PDF/A archiving format. Senior Developer for ASP.Net 3.5 custom workflow application hosted within a SharePoint 2010 site. Delivered solutions using Windows Azure.

Technical Skills:
- C# 5.0/6.0, C#.Net Best Practices, .Net Design Patterns, WCF
- SharePoint Development, XSLT, ASP.Net, SQL Database Design
- JQuery, AJAX, KnockoutJS, HTML5, ECMAScript 6, CSS3
- MVC, MVVM, MVP
- SQL Scripting, PowerShell Scripting
- ETL, SOA, TDD, SDLC Concepts
- Secure Software Design, High Performance Computing (Multithreading, Multiprocessing, C#.Net Code Performance Optimizations), Application Analysis & Detailed Design
- Old Projects: J2EE, SNMP, CIMD2, PHP, ColdFusion, Classic ASP, Oracle Identity & Access Management, Microsoft Azure Development

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