TechNet Wiki Summit!!! A new phase begins today (1st Day Presentations)

Today is a special day for all TechNet and MSDN Communities, especially for those who collaborate by sharing their knowledge on TechNet Wiki!

This is because we are starting a new phase, where some of our top authors will have the opportunity to present their knowledge in "real time", demonstrating how to get a solution provided in one of their articles awarded on TechNet Guru! In the Wiki track, we'll follow our expert Wiki Ninja bloggers and community council members as they dig deeper on their top passions that they drive on the Wiki Ninjas blog, as well as on TechNet Wiki!



Today we will also have presentations from 2 International Communities who contributed greatly to the success of our TechNet Wiki in last year: Turkish and Brazilian!

Some of our top members from the Turkish Community, the TAT (Turkish Avengers Team), will present "Best Practices" that they have used to get as much success as possible when sharing knowledge in their technical articles.

The Brazilian Community will also present their "Best Practices", showing how they do it... in the Portuguese language... with a high level of quality, for so many years!

See today's schedule below (March, 17th, 2015):


Time Session

"TechNet Wiki Social Synergy" by Ed Price

Description: Why should you write a TechNet Wiki article when you blog, write answers on forums, create Gallery samples, or make videos instead?

Join Ed as he digs into the idea that you can do it all, synergize it together, and come up with something far more impacting than any one solution.


"SharePoint:Adding client-side controls to an AngularJS app in Office 365" by Matthew Yarlett

Description: A quick look at how to implement a number of the client-side controls in an AngularJS single page app, hosted on Office365.

We'll be looking at the people picker, rich-text, taxonomy picker, a calendar control and hopefully more!

"Wiki Life (Turkish):Best Practices" by Hasan Dimdik, Erdem SELÇUK, Recep YUKSEL and Ugur Demir

Description: Best Practices to write excellent articles, based on

"SQL Server Memory" by Shashank Singh aka Shanky

Description: This session would deal about how SQL Server memory evolved from 2005 to 2014.

Various changes and how SQL Server memory functions.


"Wiki Life (Portuguese):Best Practices" by Alan Carlos, Durval Ramos and Luciano Lima

Description: Best Practices to write excellent articles, based on

"Exchange Server Kurulum SenaryolariKSEL" by Recep YUKSEL (only Turkish Language)

Description: Exchange Server platformunu kullanmak isteyen kisilere ürünü ortamlarina nasil konumlandirabileceklerini, kendilerine en uygun kullanim ve kurulum senaryosunu belirlemelerine yardimci olmak için Exchange Server platformunun kurulum ve kullanim senaryolari içermektedir.


"Small Basic" by Ed Price

Description: Join us as Ed gives a high-level presentation of our Small Basic curriculum, references, and content on TechNet Wiki!

"Writing a Good Wiki Article" by Matthew Yarlett

Description: A few tips on making a good wiki article a great wiki article!

"Segurança em Profundidade em Ambientes Microsoft" by Luciano Lima (only Portuguese Language)

Description: This session will be presented best practices for maintaining a Microsoft environment protected from threats and attacks.



Join now to enjoy these TNWikiSummit15 Presentations and others.

Remember to watch live or to record the Presentations, you must be previously registered !!!

Registration's limited to each Presentation!



See you soon here, at the TNWikiSummit15!

Brazilian Wiki Ninja Durval

Comments (14)

  1. Durval Ramos says:

    Ed, I have no words to say "thanks" !!! =^0

    …but let us work…. Today we have a "new day" to TehcNet Wiki !!! =^)

  2. Saeid Hasani says:

    Durval, you did the toughest job, but you made it possible!
    Thank you!

  3. Durval Ramos says:

    Really Andy!!! It was very rewarding…

    I hope that many Community members have taken full advantage this Summit… with high-level Presentations and networking opportunities.

  4. Great sessions today. I enjoyed what I saw very much. A special thanks to Durval for all of his work. This would not have been possible without a lot of effort on his part over many weeks. I am looking forward to tomorrow.

  5. Today’s the first day! I’ll see you at the Summit! I have two presentations today! Wow. Okay. I can do it!

  6. Saeid Hasani says:

    Ed, Best of luck with your presentations!

  7. Durval Ramos says:


    I’m very happy to know that you are enjoying this Summit !!! Thanks

    Your feedback is very important to me =^)

  8. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Matthew !!!

    Your Presentation was amazing… I had great fun with slide images in "Writing a Good Wiki Article" session.

    The best of the "Best Practices" … an advanced lesson about how to write Technical articles on "TechNet Wiki".

  9. Durval Ramos says:

    Saeid, Thanks my friend !!!

    This Summit will be a "great success"…

  10. Andy ONeill says:

    I must admit it had never occurred to me how much work would go into organising this.
    Thanks Durval.

  11. Saeid Hasani says:

    Awesome! 🙂
    Thanks Durval for sharing!

  12. Also, one thing that I don’t think is clear is that Durval has been at this for about 6 months now. Nobody has a lot of time, so we had to slowly trickle this through with banners/images, templates, figuring out the webcast tech, practice, prep, instructions,
    organizing, scheduling, laying out plans, etc. This has been a massive undertaking, and Durval paved the way for us, slowly, one step at a time, persevering for about 6 months! He truly is an amazing MVP!

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