Recently, I claimed to be mini-microsoft, and Spartacus. No one believed me
My point was, on the internet, no one knows you are a dog…
Unless you are part of the Technet/MSDN community!!
As of today, if you click on the username of folks you see blogging/tagging/participating in the wiki/forums/galleries – you can see what they have been doing!
One of the cool things about the TechNet Wiki is that anyone can author content. One of the scary things about the TechNet Wiki is that anyone can author content!
However, when I see a wiki article authored by this guy, a quick look at his profile make me feel pretty confident that I can trust what he wrote.
Likewise, I think this (Virtual PC) guy prolly knows about Hyper-V:
What do you think? What other information can we show you on this profile page that will help? Leave feedback.
Microsoft has a wiki. It is called the TechNet Wiki. It is free-as-in-beer.
A one minute “fly-through” video is at: http://youtu.be/gj5Ug0CEg70
One of the “wiki ninjas” (a group of wiki early adopters committed to helping others use the wiki) has compiled a nifty list of wiki articles that will help you get up and contributing on the wiki.
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