Friday with International Community Update – The Best TNWiki Community in 2014 goes to …

Hello Community! Today is Friday with International Community Update.

After end of each year we can better analyze all the growth in our TechNet Wiki.

This growth is driven by our passion to share knowledge and help.

In the TechNet Wiki, this is most amazing, because many of us live in different countries. People that never met before help each other.

Of course, this movement got started with new TechNet members and, when they least expected it, they are contributing to the content in our TechNet Wiki.

In 2012 the Brazilian Community engaged lots of people and a huge amount of new articles in Portuguese were created. That huge impact of the Portuguese language in TechNet Wiki led to the creation of the new Brazilian TechNet Wiki

In 2013 it was not much different, but this time the big highlight was the Turkish Community. They appeared on the TechNet Wiki like a Tsunami, influencing all with their participation. Again, the TechNet Wiki decided to reward this amazing effort with a exclusive Blog: Wiki Ninja for the Turkish Community.

So when I started to write this post I was thinking. Who will be another International Community that will receive the same recognition ?

Who will be the Big International Community in 2014?

We are all together. See you soon here ! 

Brazilian Wiki Ninja Durval

Comments (18)

  1. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Mahesh. You helped me get here !

  2. Shanky_621 says:

    Congrats for your first Blog ..way to go…I think new word for technet Wiki should be Twiki( tweeki) Sounds interesting right ?

  3. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Shany, Actually, TNWiki is an old term to reference our TechNet Wiki. See Blog posts with the “TNWiki” tag:

  4. Naomi N says:

    Great first blog post! Very interesting!

  5. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Naomi ! Your feedback is very important.

  6. Great article Durval 🙂 !
    My hope in 2014 is the french Community..

  7. Durval Ramos says:


    Certainly the French Community is one great favorite in 2014, but there is much work to do.

    This is a challenge for team. When I see the post from Tomoaki, in January 2013, we have the French Community in 10th position, today with updated ranking is 5th ( See the links below ).

    We will follow together. Maybe another Community comes with more contributors. We also have Spanish, Italian, Russian Communities … Anyway, who has the best teamwork? Who will produce more articles? We have much work to do. Ready … go!

    Remember: …. and …

  8. Pete Laker says:

    Welcome to the team Durval!

  9. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks XAML guy ! It’s great to be well received by important member in MSDN and TechNet Communities as you.

  10. Durval, I made some small grammar tweaks. Thanks again for the great post!

  11. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Ed,
    All guidance and help is good. We are here to learn more about Technology, but also to live in Community. Improving texts without changing the context will always be a welcome help.

  12. Congratulations Druval!! In your fast paced and busy routine take time to step back for a minute or two and enjoy your success.
    I have a question which I’ve been wanting to ask, who builds the stick figures? They are simple, elegant and awesome!!

  13. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Daniel ! Never too late to leave a comment or ask a question. The Wiki Ninjas stick figures are part of a collection shared in the TechNet Gallery by Ed. See link and download of the images that we use. Help to promote our TechNet Wiki !!! =^D

  14. Anonymous says:

    This blog is a follow up to our last list of Wiki Ninja Blog Authors: Council Spotlight: Who are the

  15. Anonymous says:

    Hello Community!
    Today is Wiki Life and I’ll talk about the Blog for TechNet Wiki (Wiki Ninjas

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