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Starting SharePoint Development using VS2010

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Dear all
I want to start SharePoint Development using SharePoint 2010 and VS2010.
Please I need you to tell me how I can start this, I mean a walkthroughs, how things work, what are the tools needed to install.
Thanks,
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This should get you started:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/ee513147

You will need a local install of Sharepoint to develop against, otherwise you'll need to deploy to an existing install in order to test anything. VS2010 should already include a bunch of project templates for working with Sharepoint.
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Hi,
this Book is very helpfull:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff742318.aspx

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by:RamzyNEbeid
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now i have 2 books:

1 - Beginning SharePoint 2010 Development (Wrox Beginning Guides)
2 - Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2010

so please advice which one to start with, the more simple and FYI i dont have any knowledge about sharepoint development

thanks,
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Either really. From the synopsis both books seem to cover pretty much the same stuff.
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I have a new project that I will make using SharePoint 2010 and VS2010.
Here are some points I need your help to know so I can be able to start development:
•Creating my Custom Master page and this custom master page will be the same as the default.master but some minor changes how to do this?
•When creating ApplicationPage.aspx how can I tell this aspx page to inherit from the Custom.master?
•Workflow from VS2010?
•I have my own database how I will connect to this database?
Please tell me if I am missing something else.
Thanks
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please i need your support.
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