Interview with a Wiki Ninja: Baris Aydogmusoglu

Welcome to our Monday Interview with a Wiki Ninja!
Today’s interview is with Baris Aydogmusolgu, a Turkish Wiki Ninja !
Before beginning; his name translated gives something like that = Peace Son Of Month Born .. 🙂 Nice hé :^)
Who are you, where are you, and what do you do? What are your specialty technologies?
Hello dear,
My name is Baris Aydogmusoglu. I live in Istanbul,Turkey. I worked as senior technical consultant for a leading education and consultancy company formerly known Bilge Adam (also a partner of Microsoft). Since October 2012, I have been working for another partner. My primary concern is Enterprise Information Archiving Solutions for four five mounts. As you can understand from my primary concern my favorite product is Exchange Server family 🙂 (From exchange server 2003 to 2013) I have much experience about Microsoft exchange server infrastructures and designs. As a Microsoft certified trainer I taught many courses to individuals and corporates as well. (for example MS Exchange server 2010-> 10135A , 64xy series of windows server curriculums etc..) As a result; I am interested in MS Exchange Servers, Windows Server Platform ( 2003 to 2012 ) , System Center 2012 Configuration Manager products .
Tell us about the Turkish communities on TechNet Wiki. How did it start? Whats it like? Is it growing?
It is okay and I think it is growing but I do not know how it started.
What are your big projects right now?
I am working on windows server 2012 upgrade exams and exchange server 2013 exams. And also I am working on Archiving solutions on Exchange Server 2013.
Besides your work on TechNet Wiki, where do you contribute?
I like contributing and sharing my knowledge very much. Because of this I am publishing articles to Turkish forums. Many years ago I wrote/published articles to For about 1.5 years I have been publishing articles on
Apart from these I have been publishing articles on my personel blog. And I published few of my articles to
What is TechNet Wiki for? Who is it for?
According to me TechNet wiki is a very nice and informative portal/platform. It is for individuals and it is for corporates as well.
What do you do with TechNet Wiki, and how does that fit into the rest of your job?
Actually I have been contributing and sharing my knowledge and experience on wiki. I think this is sufficient for me.  I like contributing very much.
When I need to learn a product I generally document my working period and publish these to WIKI 🙂
What is it about TechNet Wiki that interests you?
Contributing Sharing. So people thank you.
On what Wiki articles do you spend most of your time?
What are your favorite Wiki articles youve contributed?
In fact all of my articles are my favorite ones. When I realized that there were no Biztalk Server articles on wiki in Turkish language, I decided to write and I did. I wrote many System Center 2012 Configuration manager articles. I wrote many Lync Server 2010 articles.
What are your top 5 favorite Wiki articles?
Who has impressed you in the Wiki community, and why?
There are many Turkish contributors on wiki.  and all of them are very impressive.
Gokhan Ozciftci is very insistent, persistent and active on wiki. This is impressive
Fernando Lugão Veltem is very active. He always fixes my mistakes by editing my articles 🙂 I like his devotion to his role on wiki. This is impressive too.
What does success look like for TechNet Wiki?
Continuity of Contribution and Sharing.
Do you have any comments for product groups about TechNet Wiki?
It is okay. Maybe more virtual labs would be fine (about new products )

Thank you Baris for your Passion and contributions! Continue any questions for Baris in the comments!


Turkish Ninja Gokan


twitter: @gokanozcifci

SharePoint Community Expert, MCC

Comments (6)

  1. Baris Aydogmusoglu says:

    Thank you very much dear Gokhan,

    Yeah as you wrote above, contribution is a real passion. I am sure that all of the wiki contributors have same passion. Thanks again.



  2. Zeca Lima says:

    Congratulations Baris. very good job.

  3. Ed Price - MSFT says:

    Thank you Baris for all your contributions!

    The Turkish community is growing, and we'll have some fun helping grow that community!

  4. Gokan Ozcifci says:

    Thanks Peace, Son of Month Born for the interview and for your contribution .. :^)

  5. Ed Price - MSFT says:

    I added a link to Baris' profile.

  6. hassan sayed issa20014 says: