Veteran SharePoint consultant Bart McDonough is offering a free online course to SharePoint developers interested in building custom timer jobs to create commercial-grade solutions.
Developing Custom Timer Jobs for SharePoint 2013 is an on-demand course for SharePoint developers that can be accessed online or offline (with their iPhone or iPad). It is an in-depth, comprehensive guide to one of SharePoint’s most powerful yet misunderstood features: the timer job. The course covers what timer jobs are, how they’re managed and monitored, and how to create, test, and deploy your own. There are also best practices, lessons learned, and valuable technical insights that will help developers take their technical skills to the next level and develop longer-lasting, better-scaling, more professional solutions. Developers who want to build commercial-grade SharePoint solutions will benefit from taking this course.
“I created this course because it’s one I wish I’d had when I was starting out in SharePoint development,” said instructor Bart McDonough. “There are tons of courses out there that cover a broad range of topics without going very deep, but I wanted to create one that goes very deep into a really important topic that, frankly, more SharePoint developers should understand.”
To see a snippet from the course, visit https://www.udemy.com/developing-custom-timer-jobs-for-sharepoint-2013/ and view one of several free lectures. To get FREE lifetime access to the full course, sign up with coupon code TIMER13. Offer is valid through October 31, 2013.
Most of the course content applies to SharePoint 2010 as well, so developers will still find it valuable even if they haven’t yet made the leap to 2013.
About Bart McDonough
Bart McDonough is a Microsoft-certified SharePoint consultant and trainer who works with clients to create robust, business-oriented solutions on the SharePoint platform. He’s also the author of Pro SharePoint 2010 Development for Office 365, a book that teaches developers how to create custom solutions for Microsoft’s SharePoint Online offering that’s part of Office 365.