Wiki Life: There can be only one !


Another day I was talking to a member of the "MSDN Community" that had never created an article on our TechNet Wiki.

Actually he never even knew TNWiki existed and that he could create an article, as a developer in the "TechNet Community".

The Man Behind TechNet Wiki, Ed Price said some time ago

Rather than create a separate Wiki Community for developers, we welcome developers into TechNet Wiki !

We don't want to separate content, we want to unite our knowledge.

The virtual frontiers appear to limit the access of people and seems makes a hostile environment for those unfamiliar.

It doesn't get any better than TechNet Wiki to join knowledge.

We write about tools, processes, configurations and many other products and solutions on Programming Languages in our TechNet Wiki.

Yes, there are great content on Programming Languages as C#VB.Net and also in various platforms: ASP.NetWindows FormsWindows Phone and others.

This small sample shows how already exists content for developers and that you can create more articles about software development.

I recommend that before you try to create a new article, seeks to improve the content of existing articles having their knowledge.

We are in a Wiki, where all articles are available for changing, always in search of the best content for everyone, but there are articles that need more aid from the Community to keep updated or to complement your content.

This articles use the Needs Work tag.

If after his experience in complementary content articles you still have any questions about how to get to share their knowledge, then I suggest that you read the articles:

How to Contribute Content to TechNet Wiki

– How to Write your First Article

– What Makes a Great Wiki Article

– User Experience Guidelines

You can also use a Template to structure the sections of your article. This is a feature that makes it easy to organize all your content.

This is important disclosures to all members. The MSDN Wiki is here! We are all one Community.

A Ninja Wiki shares your knowledge and also shows how to share.

See you soon here !

Brazilian Wiki Ninja Durval

Comments (16)

  1. Ed Price - MSFT says:

    Thank you, Durval! It’s very encouraging to see developers add more and more content over time!

  2. Durval Ramos says:

    Ed, It’s important to encourage more developers to share their knowledge in the TechNet Wiki. This improves the recognition Developer and increases the quality of content on our Wiki.

  3. Alan Nascimento Carlos says:

    This is true Durval. I agree with your point of view and it is really important that integration Dev & IT.

    Great article!

  4. Peter Geelen - MSFT says:

    Want to keep it short and easy to remember? http://aka.ms/wiki 😉

  5. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Alan! It’s important to clarify that more members can share content on different Technologies on TechNet Wiki.

  6. Durval Ramos says:

    Good tip Peter!
    You can create a “shortcut” for our Wiki Ninja’s Blog too?

  7. Ed Price - MSFT says:

    Peter, thank you for making that!

  8. Father1234 says:

    Bill Crounse Microsoft Healthblog
    Bill” Microsoft OneNote EMR 2007″ was pulled for security reasons, right? What about Direct EMR ( the Object Model, Gemini etc and those who took over when it was decided to keep OneNote like we discussed and to pull the OneNote 2007 EMR by Microsoft ( not the one you and Fritz advertised ), pull the plug on the planned release of OneNote to Apple etc.., the glitches etc?
    Do the execs who took over in the spring of 2010 know about these issues that I brought to your attention, Bill? Important stuff right? ( input from a physician’s point of view- medic-legal issues ). I’m sure that you have made everyone aware of all that you stated was “valuable” information that I gave to you and all those I spoke to about OneNote, but If not, I will let them know unless you think my input no longer valuable. Let me know.
    Stephen Elop I’m sure but Kurt DelBane? Should they know of the security issues I identified and brought to your attention, for the protection of my patients and also to protect Microsoft? I was thanked by so many but the issues seem to be escalating and need thoughtful and careful planning as technology avances and sharing of information expands to what could become an infinate number of pathways if not reigned in.
    Can you imagine, Bill, if Medical record theft becomes rampant like identity theft? These security isues still exist and need careful and continuous assessment.
    You would have to be a practicing physician to fully understand, discuss and impliment safeguards as the complexity of these issues, Bill could not be understood otherwise, Bill. I read you blog you posted the otherv day. ( liability, Bill, issues your company has to be made aware of- I spoke to you at length). My God, you sounded like an uninformed patient writing that story about going to your doctor recently for your wellness exam!!!
    Let me know what you think.
    Thanks, Kevin

  9. Ed Price - MSFT says:

    Father Kevin, what?

  10. Ed Price - MSFT says:

    Durval, we made a shortcut for the Guru competition: http://aka.ms/wikiguru

    What would the end be for the Wiki Ninjas blog? Would it be…

    http://aka.ms/wikininjas

    That kind of makes sense to me. =^)

  11. Davut EREN - TAT says:

    Good article Durval. thank you for your share.

  12. Durval Ramos says:

    Father Kevin,
    I don’t understand your comment, you could be more objective.

  13. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Ed !!! Thanks Peter !!!

    These shortcuts are very useful for our community and to facilitate access for new participants.

  14. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Davut !

  15. hassan sayed issa20014 says:

    congratulations!

  16. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Hassan!