The recipes in this book have taken you from creating simple SharePoint artifacts such as sites, lists, and libraries through to workflows, InfoPath forms, and complete composite applications. I trust you have picked up lots of techniques along the way that you can now apply in your everyday dealings with SharePoint 2010. By now you should have an appreciation that SharePoint is a large and complex product. While SharePoint provides great power, not every task is as simple and as straightforward as is should be. I hope this book has eased your SharePoint frustrations and inspired you to become a more proficient SharePoint Power User. For those of you who wish to continue your SharePoint journey, I recommend that you visit the book's companion website (http://www.sharepoint-mentor.com), spend some time reading and exploring the official Microsoft SharePoint site (http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/Pages/default.aspx), subscribe to key blogs such as Get The Point (http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/Blogs/GetThePoint/default.aspx), and take some time out to get involved in your local SharePoint user group or attend a free to attend SharePoint Saturdays conference (http://www.sharepointsaturday.org/default.aspx).
Thanks for reading, and good luck!