Community Win: Filling a Virtual Bookshelf

Welcome again to the Thursday – Community Win series!

Four weeks ago, Jan (Horizon_Net) wrote about the E-Book Gallery for Microsoft Technologies. There were nice titles added already.

I found there a few books which I was not aware of, but I was interested in. I became curious and subscribed to this article (see the second option of tracking pages here), and I could see a number of activities on this page.

In the last four weeks only, this article had been revised 42 times – adding new links for books, fixing typos, and so on. In these four weeks, at least 20 new title had been added – now there’s 55 of them.

(The number of the new titles might be higher because it’s not mandatory to add a revision comment when you add a book to the list.)

So as I received the notifications, I visited the page again and again, and I always found interesting titles:

(Yes, there is Adventure Works Cycles in the bottom of the screenshot, and that’s a well-known company.)

Stay tuned, it’s worth subscribing to this page – and if you know an ebook about a Microsoft technology which is not listed on this page, don’t hesitate to share with us there!

For all contributors – thanks for increasing the value of this Wiki page!

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Comments (8)

  1. says:

    Ah… Not sure what happened to the editor, but the format seems to be fixed now.

  2. Pete Laker says:

    Thanks Zoltán, the list gets longer! 😀

  3. says:

    Absolutely! The average revision count of the Technet Wiki articles is around 5.4, this page is at revision 95 now!

  4. FZB says:

    a winning page 😉

  5. The article's already up to 50K views! Thanks Zoltan!

  6. says:

    Bryan, thanks for the bunch of SQL Server 2012 books!

    (119th revision now!)

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