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because I don't want ask here more stupid questions, I think I need to study SharePoint more. But, can you recommend any good books/internet sites/guides where I can learn more about SharePoint 2013 and Visual Studio solutions. It seems, that I have found only how I can create webparts, edit master page and so on...

But I want to learn; how I can create new Visual Studio project from scratch, deploy it to SharePoint and create new custom site collection, which have custom page, custom webparts and so on...

How I can create master page or what is right way to do it. How I can create my own Web template. I hope that you understand what i'm looking for...

I have used this guide now: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sambetts/archive/2013/10/17/creating-a-clean-visual-studio-solution-from-a-sharepoint-2013-site-template.aspx but I want learn more and I have to many questions.

  • Hi user20968 and welcome to SharePoint.StackExchange! I've converted this to a Wiki, since it's primarily opinion based. This means that it is still a very valid question, but it doesn't have a definitive answer. Nice to see you here! – Benny Skogberg Dec 3 '13 at 10:48
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You can take this course Developing Microsoft SharePoint® Server 2013 Core Solutions Jump Start It covers the basic development for SharePoint 2013.

If you want get advanced training you can register to the upcoming online training: Developing SharePoint Server Advanced Solutions December 13, 2013 9:00am–5:00pm PST

If you want books, I recommend this tow :

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Microsoft SharePoint 2013 App Development By Scot Hillier, Ted Pattison

  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Released: November 2012, Pages: 202

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Exam Ref 70-331: Core Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 By Troy Lanphier

  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Released: June 2013, Pages: 544

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