Category: books

Book review: Microsoft SharePoint 2013: Planning for Adoption and Governance

Book Review: Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Plain & Simple

Book review: Practical SharePoint 2010 Information Architecture by Ruven Gotz

The new book “Practical SharePoint 2010 Information Architecture” by Ruven Gotz is now for sale. The book, by Apress want to give “Proven tools and techniques for architecting successful SharePoint 2010 deployments”.

The book is clearly written from a very practical standpoint (what Ruven has learned all the years he has worked with SharePoint) and is not a deepdive in taxonomy, ontology, ux, .. And it contains a lot of usefull information.

Book review: Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 Unleashed

Real World SharePoint 2010: Indispensable Experiences from 22 MVPs Review

Yesterday at Biwug (I know, this sounds a lot like “this one time at bandcamp”) I got this really cool prize for being the first one to register: a copy of the book “Real World SharePoint 2010: Indispensable Experiences from 22 MVPs” by Wrox. It is a part of the “Programmer to programmer” series and …

SharePoint 2010 books

Joel Oleson has released a good overview of books available for SharePoint 2010 enthousiasts. It is already a long list with a lot of developer books, but he also lists the ones for Admins, designers, end users and Application Specialists. This helps you get a look on the books that are there on the market, …

Book review: “SharePoint for Project Management” by Dux Raymond Sy

In the previous company I worked (which was also my first) they had this thing called project sites: a specific site created for a specific project. On that site, all shareholders had a login ID. They could collaborate there, read/write documents, form complaints, they had a forum, calendar etc etc… I really found this way …