вторник, 10 апреля 2012 г.

SharePoint: Developer or Administrator?

It is mostly for employers to understand: below is how we developers see the job responsibilities should be laid out.

SharePoint Developer



1. Responsible for design, creation and implementation of custom webparts, .NET user controls, custom Master Pages, custom Layouts, custom Event Handlers, features, solutions, and templates to be used in a SharePoint environment.

2.Responsible for integrating non-SharePoint related services into SharePoint applications as needed.

3.Demonstrates a proficiency in any of the following; XML, CAML, XSLT, HTML, DHTML, ASP.NET, C#, ASP, JavaScript, style sheet/CSS



SharePoint Administrator



1.Responsible for Servers in SharePoint farm

◦Includes set-up and configuration of SharePoint Services on Servers, maintenance of Web Front End Servers, Indexing Servers, and some aspects of maintaining Database servers. (In smaller companies like mine, the job of SharePoint administrator also inherits the job of Database administrator, and this should be accounted for in deciding compensation.)

2.Creation and maintenance of Sites and Site Collections, as well as all associated databases and services, such as Shared Service Providers, and Extended Authentication providers if needed.

3.Set-up and maintenance of Outgoing and Incoming e-mail services

4.Qualification, Installation and Maintenance of any Plug-in, Feature, Web Part, Template or Solution, including 3rd party software or applications.

5.Responsible for back-up and recovery practices, and maintaining integrity and reliability of access to information.

6.Responsible for set-up and configuration of Excel Services and InfoPath services (If available).

7.Responsible or establishing and/or maintaining end user access policy and permissions.

◦This may also include the ability to delegate permissions authority to other users, as deemed appropriate.

8.Responsible for implementing and maintaining search services, including defining search scopes.

9.Responsible for implementing and maintaining user profile properties, including “MySites” functionality.

10.Responsible for coordinating and implementing best use practices, and communicating with company management best use scenarios.

◦Best use practices may include creating simple workflow processes and simple site customization.


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