Top 10 Wiki Ninjas – Margriet Bruggeman’s SharePoint 2012 Best Practices

Welcome to another weekly addition of our Top Contributors!

We featured Margriet three weeks ago, but we're featuring her again because she got to the #1 spot this week, because she's got some SharePoint 2012 Best Practices up, and, well, the only ones who haven't been featured yet are people with less than 20 edits this week. So we're featuring Margriet again. Check it out...

Here is Margriet...

Margriet's Profile

Margriet is a technical architect and software developer specializing in Microsoft technology. Check out Margriet's blog: and the web site: You can follow Margriet at twitter: You can email Margriet at margriet at loisandclark dot eu. Margriet has worked with SharePoint since the beta release of the first version (SharePoint Portal Server 2001) and was one of the first people world-wide to receive the SharePoint MVP title (in 2002-2003). Margriet has written several books about SharePoint, and contributed to others. Check out: for more info.
What has Margriet been up to this week?
In addition to updating her SharePoint 2010 Best Practices (en-US), she also started setting up the structure for her SharePoint 2012 Best Practices (en-US).  
If you're a SharePoint expert, please check out her articles and review them, leaving comments where it makes sense.

And since Margriet is a Wiki Ninjette, we present her with the best way we could possibly honor her, with the Wiki Ninjette...


Jump on in! The Wiki is warm!

   - Ninja Ed


Comments (6)

  1. Luigi Bruno says:

    I've read a few articles written by Margriet to enlarge my SharePoint 2010 knowledge base.

    I've just taken a look at the books listed at that web address: I'm currently using three of them.

  2. That Wiki Ninjette picture is so much fun!!! I won't say it looks like my mirror image, but I will say that it's too much fun, I'll have to find ways to reuse this it!

    For Luigi: it's always nice to hear that somebody is reading the books/chapters that I've worked so hard on.

  3. Margriet, some of the publications listed (on your site) have other authors. Were you technical reviewers on those books?


  4. No, as the page says, " (being author, co-author or contributing author)." There are books where I'm the main author, therefore, my name is on the cover. In other cases, I've contributed several chapters, which allows you to call yourself co-author, but doesn't get you listed on the book cover. In other cases, I've contributed 1 chapter, which typically allows you to call yourself contributing author.

    I've found that the jargon in the publisher world is pretty precise, nevertheless, if you'd buy all the books listed (which I can totally recommend :-)), you'll see me getting credits inside.

  5. Btw, I was technical reviewer for most of the books listed at…/books (the list is far from complete yet). As a technical reviewer, I take on a much broader range of subjects, such as SQL Server, jQuery, Enterprise JavaScript, PowerShell, C#, SQL DMVs or even Arduino.

  6. aw says:

    hai, I just want to tell you that I am just very new to blogs and seriously loved this website. More than likely I’m planning to bookmark your blog post .
    You amazingly come with really good posts. Thanks a lot for sharing your blog Microsoft.

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