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bio website novanet.no/blog/…
location Oslo, Norway
age 33
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen Oct 25 '11 at 9:42

Interested in all things .NET and Javascript

Seniorconsultant/Partner at Novanet AS


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revised Does the level of effort justify using SharePoint 2010 as a public facing webportal?
Added an update to let people know how it turned out. Maybe someone else can benefit from this answer in a similar situation :)
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accepted Does the level of effort justify using SharePoint 2010 as a public facing webportal?
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comment Does the level of effort justify using SharePoint 2010 as a public facing webportal?
Yes, I'm aware of that, and it's actually part of the reason why I chose to post it here. It has been lingering in my mind for the better part of 2011, and being a seasoned .NET developer myself, I know full well what I can expect from rolling my own solution here. :) On the other hand, I have close to no experience in developing enterprise applications in SharePoint, and the answers here might shed some light on the available possibilities inherent in SharePoint 2010
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comment Does the level of effort justify using SharePoint 2010 as a public facing webportal?
@Alex: Thanks! :) The answers so far hold a pretty high standard in my opinion-
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comment Does the level of effort justify using SharePoint 2010 as a public facing webportal?
Thank you for your answer.. Yes I was afraid it was a bit to opinionated, but I was still hoping for some opinions. If it gets closed, it gets closed. This is not a typical "Yes/no" answer, but more an important business decision where the key selling-point is based on how much can be delivered out-of-the box and how much is required to be custom-developed.
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asked Does the level of effort justify using SharePoint 2010 as a public facing webportal?