Newly published SharePoint 2010 documents

Newly published SharePoint 2010 documents. I came across these through some of the tweets that I am following.

Thanks to Andreas Glaser for tweeting about these documents

 

Technical reference for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

Brief Description:

Technical information about the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

Overview:

This document includes technical information about the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 provider for Windows PowerShell and other helpful reference information about general settings, security, and tools.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=a3b9fa1b-0300-489e-8d67-f14deb4c3a56&displayLang=en

 

 

Operations guide for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

Brief Description:

Operate and maintain servers, server farms, sites, and solutions in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

Overview:

This document describes how to operate and maintain your servers, server farms, sites, and solutions in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=944519e8-e130-4e7a-8a8d-978b10af77c1

 

 

Operations guide for SharePoint Foundation 2010

Brief Description:

Operate and maintain your servers, server farms, sites, and solutions in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010.

Overview:

This document describes how to operate and maintain your servers, server farms, sites, and solutions in Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=71434993-e26f-43be-b1bc-1dcae65d46b5

 

 

Planning guide for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

Brief Description:

Information and guidelines for planning the deployment of a solution based on Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

Overview:

This document provides information and guidelines to lead a team through the steps of planning the deployment of a solution based on Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=10104e47-7dfe-4ae5-a9ea-459e6aebd34e

 

 

Planning guide for Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010

Brief Description:

Information and guidelines to lead a team through the steps of planning the deployment of a solution based on Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

Overview:

This document provides information and guidelines to lead a team through the steps of planning the deployment of a solution based on Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=206a9f99-c42d-42b2-9094-a3b2ef4fcd12

 

 

Upgrading to Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010

Brief Description:

Guide for administrators and IT professionals for upgrading to Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010

Overview:

This document is designed to guide administrators and IT professionals through the process of upgrading to Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 from Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=1c001579-1712-4e75-98a4-aa179021e140

 

 

SharePoint 2010 Evolution Conference – London

Yes, finally, I have found the time and means to attend a conference again. This time I did not have much difficulty convincing my boss, being selfemployed and all…[:D]. I just had to check with my COO that I married today, eight years ago. Congratulations to you too my dear [G]

So if you haven’t heard, you can register for the SharePoint 2010 Evolution Conference in London starting April 19th for a 3-day conference.

Find out all about it at http://www.sharepointevolutionconference.com/

My registration is complete and confirmed, so if you guys are out there as well, then print a large copy of my picture, carry it with you at all time and say “Hi” if you bump into me. I’ll buy you a free drink at the conference [B]

Steve Riley: employment ended with Microsoft!

What a shock when I found out about Steve Riley being kicked out of Microsoft as part of a restructuring. If you ever attended Tech Ed conferences, then you must have seen Steve in action. His sessions were and still are legendary. The session I enjoyed most was: Defending Layer 8

I am sorry to hear you go, Steve, but I am sure you will be around soon.

Read all about Steve on his blog soon to disappear I gues: http://blogs.technet.com/steriley/archive/2009/05/06/good-bye-and-good-luck.aspx

Good news: His new blog can be found at http://msinfluentials.com/blogs/steveriley/default.aspx

 

Have You seen SharePointPedia yet?

No, it’s not a Wikipedia spinoff. I have looked around a bit and although it is in the beginning stage I can see this to become one of the greatest resources for SharePoint.


Go check it out! Registration is very easy (if you have a Windows Live ID, that is).


 


The about us page states the following about the site:




















SharePointPedia.com is a web site where people discover and share useful content about SharePoint and SharePoint related products and technologies. It’s a social computing application built on top of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007. Anyone with a Windows Live ID may become a registered user and can then submit content recommendations or requests, leave comments, or just vouch for whatever they like.


Note that SharePointPedia is not a wiki. It’s a “pedia” in the sense of being a compendium of useful content, but rather than being limited by just wiki functionality, it leverages the much broader set of capabilities in SharePoint. SharePointPedia is also about community, where you can find and connect with others, who have similar interests as you or who have recommended content relevant to you. We hope that you will find SharePointPedia useful, and we would greatly appreciate your feedback to make it even better.


The Microsoft SharePointPedia Team