Wednesday - Wiki Life ... not this time.

Today we received some sad news. Allow me to quote a tweet of Yuri Diogenes as that same tweet refers to an interview I had with Kurt Hudson: “A great friend and writer left us last 4th July. RIP Kurt http://blogs.technet.com/b/wikininjas/archive/2012/03/20/quick-fire-interview-with-a-wiki-ninja-kurt-hudson.aspx … my last memory from TechEd pic.twitter.com/Ot0mln7RDE” [edit]Kurt died on July 4th in a cycling…


Community Win: Analysis Services Event ID and Event Descriptions

This article Analysis Services Event ID and Event Descriptions is a great example of community working together to create and update an article. This article has been revised by several different community members and even translated into Brazilian Portugese. There are also plenty of comments about how helpful the article is to people. Another impressive item…


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…


Creating Return to top links for TechNet Wiki articles

One of the things that I like to provide (and see used) for longer TechNet Wiki articles are Return to top links. These are useful when an article is longer than just a section or two. I typically think about using the Return to top links when I feel it necessary to create a table…


Interview with a Wiki Ninja: Kim Ditto-Ehlert

I recently connected over Microsoft® Lync™ to catch-up with TechNet Wiki Ninja Kim Ditto-Ehlert and interview her for the TechNet Wiki Ninja blog. The questions, answers, and commentary that follow are not a verbatim record of the conversation, but rather the gist of it. What is your favorite TechNet Wiki article? The PowerShell Survival Guide…