After all, are we TechNet or MSDN?


It may seem like a joke, but I say this wherever I go.

"Do you know the TechNet Wiki?"

And sometimes the answer is...

"KSSSHHH KUUUHHH... Of course, but It's a pity that there isn't currently a MSDN Wiki"

 

  

Oh man. Again?!? Really?

I'm starting to doubt my "faith".

  

   

So, is this true?

Well, I decided to do a quick comparison using Technology Tags.

I have selected only a few Technologies that I have been talking about over the last few weeks...

Let's see below (until mid-May, 2015):

INFRA
Technology Qty Articles
Cloud Computing 226
SharePoint Server 856
SQL Server 1019
Azure 372
Windows Server 358
TOTAL 2831
DEV
Technology Qty Articles
.Net (DotNet) 214
XAML 89
C# 396
Windows Phone (Dev) 1027
PowerShell (General) 1231
TOTAL 2957

 

 

So this short survey... just for fun... I feel that the "force is strong" in them... 

...And was balanced that way!!!   ;^)

 

I know, I know, these are "Controversies" Tables, and also many times we have Dev/Programming (scripts and applications) related to infrastructure.

Also It's also a way to enhance the "use of tags" in our articles.

Possibly these numbers can change with time.

It's just you get to see carefully what is possible !!!

  

  

 This post is a tribute to the fans of "May" month and also the TechNet Wiki.

You can also visit at https://aka.ms/wiki ... our "TechNet" and "MSDN" Wiki Home!!!

  

See you soon here !

Brazilian Wiki Ninja Durval

Comments (15)

  1. Danish Islam says:

    Interesting
    Thanks for Sharing

  2. Durval Ramos says:

    I would like to give credits to "XAML guy" (Peter Laker) who had the idea to create "comic strips" on TechNet "WikiNinjas" blog.

    And also Davut Eren who created the first "TNWiki stript". You inspired me to write these post. Thanks!

    See here:
    http://blogs.technet.com/b/wikininjas/archive/2014/11/05/tnwiki-article-spotlight-technet-for-new-contributors.aspx

  3. Saeid Hasani says:

    Amazing one! 🙂
    Thanks Durval for sharing!

  4. Andy ONeill says:

    What’s in a name? that which we call a rose
    By any other name would smell as sweet;
    (Romeo and Juliet)

  5. I wondered this before. Thanks for clearing this up.

  6. Chervine says:

    That’s some great stats! Nice presentation also!
    Thanks Durval!

  7. Durval Ramos says:

    Perfect Andy!!!

    It’s important to understand …. despite this division of Technologies on different Platforms… We will generate a single solution… together.

  8. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks Ken and Chervine!!!

  9. Durval Ramos says:

    Thanks DanishIslam and Saeid !!!

  10. Hahahaha!!

    Very funny and you make a compelling case with data!

    Fantastic blog post!

  11. I love that last image with the words MSDN & TechNet in it. Hahaha.

  12. Very funny, thanks 😀

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