There are basically two types of event receivers: Synchronous and Asynchronous event receivers.
Synchronous event receivers are also known as ‘Before’ event receivers.
This post will cover a robust method of deploying Share Point 2010 managed metadata columns in a way that avoids common errors and enables the columns to automatically show up in the search refinement panel.A common usage for Sharepoint is meeting room bookings.This article will provide one way of elegantly handling this scenario with some simple configuration but then we'll take it a step further by getting under the hood of WSS and adding some validation so that a room can not be double booked.So, are you ready to take your business to Share Point 2013? Here’s a handy comparison chart to identify the differences between the Share Point versions: the new app model is highly recommended as Sandboxed solutions are deprecated in Share Point 2013.The general recommendation is to upgrade your Sandboxed solutions to Apps since they will be completely removed in the next version of Share Point.) So it’s clear that Share Point 2013 brings a vast amount of changes from the Share Point 2010 platform but what do we know specifically about the performance and scalability optimizations in the latest version?