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  • Blog Post: Council Spotlight: What do you know about the Community Council?

    I would like briefly to mention the TechNet Wiki Community Council . Well, this small group of members from both Microsoft and the MSDN / TechNet Communities is very important for the TechNet Wiki . There are some main areas for the work which I would like to mention very briefly, a valuable...
  • Blog Post: TechNet Wiki Summit: The grand finale

    Everything that's good, will end up one day. And now the day came to end our Summit. I'm very happy to join high-level IT Professionals in the same ideal: share knowledge. We simply providing a way for you, anywhere in the world. This is opportunity to learn in just few hours a little...
  • Blog Post: TechNet Wiki Summit: TNWiki Grows! (2nd Day Presentations)

    We are really looking forward for this day. Today we will have Presentations from an amazing group of Speakers, Community Leaders, and Experts from different countries! You will have the opportunity to listen to these high-level IT Professionals, awarded in several categories in our Community!...
  • Blog Post: Wiki Ninja News: TNWikiSummit15 - Call for Attendees

    I'm very happy to announce that we are opening the registrations for different Presentations on TechNet Wiki Summit 2015 . First, here were our previous blog posts for this great event: - Wiki Life: International TNWiki Summit 2015 - International Spotlight: The TNWiki Summit 2015 ...
  • Blog Post: International Spotlight: Different languages on TechNet Wiki Summit 2015

    The TNWikiSummit15 will be made available to the largest possible attendees , always respecting their Fundamental Principles . First, here were our previous blog posts for this great event: - Wiki Life: International TNWiki Summit 2015 - International Spotlight: The TNWiki Summit 2015 - Council...
  • Blog Post: International Spotlight: A great year for Lusitanian-Brazilian Community

    In 2014 many Community members shared their knowledge and appreciated for helping the TechNet Wiki "pt-br" grow up too. See below for a "small retrospective" of Best Moments of who collaborated with Portuguese articles and also on TechNet "Wiki Ninjas Brazil" blog. ...
  • Blog Post: Sunday Lists: Something New - Something Personal, "MTFC", "TAT Team", "MTTC" and featuring a WIKI Article !

    Hello and welcome to (y)our Sunday Lists! I was away for a while because I became the father of a little boy named TAHA. I stopped with Blogging on my website, stopped with tweeting, stopped with blogging on Wiki Ninjas, stopped with moderating on the forums etc... But I’m back now! ^^ At...
  • Blog Post: MVP, BizTalk Integration Summit and the Technet Wiki

    Each year Microsoft organizes the global MVP Summit . MVP's around the globe are invited to come over to the Redmond campus or the Hyatt Hotel in Bellevue to meet privately with Microsoft product teams for multiple deep-dive technical sessions. This year the summit will be held twice. The first was in...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk community members meet during the BizTalk Summit 2012

    This week a BizTalk Summit was held at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond. The event was organized by the Microsoft BizTalk Server Product Group. During the summit the upcoming BizTalk Server 2013 was on the spotlights. Some of the BizTalk community members and Microsoft employees that have contributed...
  • Blog Post: New winners announced for our MTFC Award - June 2013 !!

    Hi, Today I 'am excited to share the new winners of the Microsoft Technical French Contributor Award ! We got three winners ! Actually, Philippe should post this article but here in Europe it's 10 PM and he is from Canada and local time there is 3 PM. All the winners are from Europe; so I'm going...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Technical French Contributor - SharePoint Server - Mathieu Deleplanque

    Hi, I’m very excited and proud about our Microsoft Technical French Contributor Award because we finally begun. We have our first winner Mathieu Deleplanque LinkedIn Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=167070005 Technical Blog: http://mdeleplanque.wordpress.com...
  • Blog Post: "Share" some "Point"s before "2013"

    Hello community, As predicted by the Maya’s, yesterday was the end of the world, but today I’m living so I guess that they were wrong. Before beginning I’d like to wish you ALL a merry Christmas!! Today I’m going to explain how to learn, install and Configure Sharepoint...
  • Blog Post: Wiki Life: Why are there comments on TechNet Wiki?

    It's a good question, isn't it? Why are there comments on the bottom of every wiki article on TechNet Wiki? After all, you won't find them on other wiki sites, right? They aren't on SharePoint wikis or just about any wiki that I can think of. Here is an example of the Comments feature on TechNet...
  • Blog Post: TNWiki Article Spotlight - Windows PKI documentation reference and library

    This week’s spotlight is the Windows PKI Documentation and Reference Library . What makes this article worthy of the spotlight is not that it receives a massive number of pageviews, edits, or revisions, but that it represents a shift in action and support by the product group that started the Windows...
  • Blog Post: What's going on if I leave the WIKI?

    Hi, What if I leave? This can be the question that many contributors can ask when they want to begin with WIKI articles. There is no reason to quit, but you never know what life will preserve. The best example is Kurt. I was surprised to see him on the "Popular Contributors list" even he is not with...
  • Blog Post: Do we have to unify our signatures on the WIKI?

    Hello the community, It a shiny Sunday at Belgium today and I’m very tired after the SharePoint Saturday yesterday but this is not a reason to forgot my post! Today I want to talk about “signatures” on TechNet Wiki and TechNet Blogs ! After searching a while on internet I’ve...
  • Blog Post: Community Win–Wiki Accelerates Quality Content Distribution

    The wiki was just beginning when I joined Microsoft back in December of 2009. When I first heard about the wiki, when of my first thoughts was “in all the years that I ran www.isaserver.org no one ever mentioned that we should have a wiki. Indeed, I never thought about a wiki for site – and...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk and TechNet Wiki: The Year 2012 in retrospective

    The year 2012 has almost come to an end. In my view it has been it a great year for us in the BizTalk community. This year the number of TechNet Wiki articles on BizTalk grew exponentially to over a hundred . Not only the number of articles increased also the number of contributors . My inspiration to...
  • Blog Post: Interview with Dr. Thomas W Shinder–Former MVP, ISA/TMG Firewall Guru, DirectAccess Edge Man and Now Private Cloud Man and Wiki Devotee

    Who are you, where are you, and what do you do? What are your specialty technologies? I’m Tom Shinder. Some of you might know me from my www.isaserver.org days. Prior to changing my career to IT in the middle 1990s, I was a neurologist. I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology from the...
  • Blog Post: Week-end Surprise: Four Fantastic Presents the Microsoft Technical French Contributor

    Hello the community, I’m very excited today to announce you a new collaboration between Ninjas. But before talking about our new collaboration I want to highlight and give credentials to The Brazilian Ninjas. I got my MUG a few days ago and I’m very proud to use this MUG. Not because...
  • Blog Post: A true story about a Wiki Ninja and a little girl...

    Hello and welcome to (y)our Sunday Lists! Hope you had ALL a great New Year and enjoyed your gifts. Btw I’m still waiting my chocolates from Bill Gates who is reading each TechNet Wiki contribution. :) A lot of time I get the question by my little sister about “where do you get the...
  • Blog Post: Part II: A true story about a Wiki Ninja and a little girl...

    Hello and welcome to (y)our Sunday Lists! Everybody knows how difficult it's to watch a little sister when there is no school. She wants attention, she wants food, she wants to play and many more. And yes she asks a lot of questions because she wants to learn. Like a few monts ago she asked me...
  • Blog Post: Over 30,000 Comments on TechNet Wiki!!! (care to comment?)

    Welcome to Weekend Surprise ! And here's an announcement... There are now 30,000+ comments on TechNet Wiki! The current number is 31,865 comments! Why is this significant? Well, because comments usually aren't on Wikis. They bring us together in new ways! For more about the amazingness of comments...