Monday - Interview with a Wiki Ninja
Tuesday - TNWiki Article Spotlight
Wednesday - Wiki Life
Thursday - Council Spotlight
Friday - International Update
Saturday - Top Contributors of the Week
Sunday - Surprise
Hello and welcome everybody to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday. Before I start todays post I like to come back to my last blog post on user pages for a minute. It was amazing for me to see the growing number of new user pages, especially from people who where something like an idol for me since my first day at the TechNet wiki. Thanks guys and keep up the good work!
Let's get back to topic. Some of you have already noticed that a lot of people we are interviewing are SharePoint guys, but we have not featured a lot of SharePoint articles yet. That is one reason why I want to feature a SharePoint article today. The second reason is a little bit more personal. Two years ago I have worked on a SharePoint development project (it was my first contact with SharePoint). After the project was finished I said "I will never work with or develop for SharePoint again!" Oh dude, how wrong I was. Two weeks ago the same project came back to me. It needed some improvements. My first thought "Oh, no. SharePoint! Again!" But this time it was different. You normally will have a lot of problems with SharePoint, but there is some mysterious attraction. Who already has worked with SharePoint and was in a cold sweat know what I mean. To make a long story short: Now I have my own SharePoint environment to work with and additionally an Office 365 account, which includes SharePoint Online.
As I started my second journey with SharePoint I was looking for some resources. But here is the problem. I'm a developer! I have some good understanding of administration, but this is not always enough. I was happy as I saw the SharePoint 2013: Resources for IT Pros article Craig Lussier started on our wiki.
And now, here is your mission: I need more SharePoint content, especially for developers! If you know an article on our wiki about that topic, leave a comment. If you have created an awesome SharePoint article, leave a comment. If you are planning to create the most amazing article about SharePoint the world has ever seen, leave a comment. You're ready? Go!
- German Ninja Jan (Twitter, Blog, Profile)