Top 10 Wiki Ninjas: Heslacher cleans house!!!! Plus a look at some Visual Basic forum contributions

Welcome to our weekly Top 10 Contributors on TechNet Wiki! There were 4 people with over 50 contributions this week. Let’s see what’s happening…   Ed Price – Well, it looks like I’ve been doing a lot of editing while hosting the TechNet Wiki Translation Challenge this week. Please go check that out if you haven’t…

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TechNet Wiki Translation Challenge Check In – Let’s tally our scores and see where we’re at!!! Who’s ahead? Is it German, Italian, Portuguese, French, Norwegian?

Leave a comment below with an update and let’s get rolling! For the article to count, it has to have been published on March 12th or later. Come back here as I tally up the results for our check in! Here are the lists… Multi Language Wiki Articles – The articles translated into other languages Translated into…


Community Win: Compatibility!

Stephen Banks, SBS MVP, created External Backup Drives Compatibility List, a catalog of which backup drives are compatible with different versions of Small Business Server.  Within a few minutes, other had extended the article and over 1.5 years there have been over 50 revisions and thousands of page views. This is a great example of how community…

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Wiki Life: Introducing Power Wiki – How to search TechNet Wiki content within the PowerShell console

Well, I’m introducing it to you if you haven’t received a proper introduction yet.. But that’s the only exception. Hey. Welcome to Wiki Life Wednesday! Today we’re going to take a look at a sweet Gallery script from Microsoft employee, Anil Erduran: Anil Erduran’s Profile   You can also check out Anil’s website here: anilerduran.com…

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Getting Started with TechNet Wiki

Welcome to our Tuesday article spotlight! So I’m not really sure why we haven’t featured this sooner, but you know, better now than never! Check out the ever-evolving version here: Wiki: Getting Started To get started with the Wiki, you can view content or you can contribute by adding information to existing articles, updating content,…

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Quick fire interview with a Wiki Ninja: Kurt Hudson

This week’s interview puts the spotlight on another famous Wiki Ninja. Instead of a normal paced interview, I’ve taken another approach. Short questions, short answers: meet Kurt Hudson! Who are you? Kurt Hudson, profiles are at the following locations: · TechNet · Facebook · LinkedIn · Amazon books Where are you? Tempe, Arizona, USA, Map…


Top 5 Wiki Ninjas – Horizon Net (ASP.NET, MVC, and Silverlight web developer) writes 40 articles about Microsoft Training and Certification

Welcome to our weekly Top Contributors on TechNet Wiki! This week (due to various points issues) we’re focusing on the number of articles created in the last 30 days. Here are the top 5 Wiki Ninjas to create new articles in the last 30 days: So congrats to our top Wiki author of the month……

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TechNet Wiki Translation Challenge: Ready?? Battle!!! German VS Portuguese VS Italian VS French VS Japanese VS Norwegian

The battle continues! Welcome to Round 2! Last week on our Friday International Update, we came to an agreement in the comments to hold a contest! You can see the comments here.   Rules Here are the rules… 1. Any language can battle (not just the ones listed in the title; those are based on…


Friday with International Community Update – Microsoft Certification articles in German and English

Hello Community, Luciano Lima here today to update you on the latest news in the TechNet Wiki international community from German. The highlight of this week goes to Horizon_Net, who wrote dozens of articles about Microsoft Certification in German and English and updated several others. In addition to excellent content added in the articles and…


Community Win: Giving New Life to TechNet Library Topics

The Certificate Revocation and Status checking document was written a long time ago. It was a very good document in its day and was quite popular. The problem is that the topic was so old that no one was keeping track of it any longer. This problem was brought to my attention by field engineers…