TNWiki Article Spotlight – SharePoint 2013 Best Practices

Hello and welcome everybody to our TNWiki Article Spotlight on Tuesday.

Some time ago I found some articles from Margriet Bruggeman about SharePoint best practices. It was a perfect example how a community can work and win together. Since this time Margriet posted a lot of articles about SharePoint.

Today I want introduce you to one of her newer articles about best practices for SharePoint 2013. What can you expect from this article? You will find a lot of information of best practices for SharePoint installation, upgrade and migration, apps, every day usage, etc. But, is that everything you can expect from it? No! You will also find links to the top ten blogs you should follow and training material. In summary, everything you will need to run a smooth SharePoint installation.

Do you like best practices articles? If so, please let me know if you know other best practices articles on the wiki with a comment to this post.

- German Ninja Jan (Twitter, BlogProfile)

Comments (5)

  1. I used Margriet's examples to encourage Microsoft technical writers to write best practices like she has. She has been very influential to us all in this area.

    So a thank you goes out to Margriet!

  2. Margriet – you have done a lot of awesome work with the SharePoint Best Practices posts. The SharePoint community salutes and thanks you!

    @Ed – it's great to hear that community work on the Wiki is influencing Microsoft technical writers. This is a perfect example of a community win.

  3. I have to admit; the Best Practices writing skills of Magriet are "better" than the Technical Writers ..

    Maybe it's because I love SharePoint .. 🙂

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