Fast Guide: SharePoint blogs
In this day and age where most companies have limited budgets and resources, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) blogs
may offer just the added support and networking needed to keep abreast of the information you need when you need it. Take a glimpse inside the minds of some of the most knowledgeable minds in the online community of SharePoint experts.
Browse through some of the most informative MOSS blogs on the Web. You can participate in online discussions about SharePoint, ask SharePoint related questions or research SharePoint related information from these many blogs.
What is Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS)? MOSS is the full version of a portal-based platform for collaboratively creating, managing and sharing documents and Web services. Click over to read a detailed explanation of MOSS.
SharePoint Solutions Blog: Members of the SharePoint Solution Team share their expertise on SharePoint products and technologies.
SharePoint Thoughts: A blog centered on Windows SharePoint Services though the view of Maurice Prather. Prather who is part of the product group in Redmond, is the author of numerous excellent SharePoint tools and articles.
Shane Perran's SharePoint Customization Blog: Perran's blog is a popular stop for customization experts worldwide. This is a great place to learn or share about UI, usability and user experiences.
Patrick Tisseghem's Blog: Tisseghem is MVP for SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and has been involved with MOSS since 2005. He delivers workshops, seminars and presentations on IW technologies such as SharePoint and Office development. You'll find a lot of valuable information here.
Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies Team Blog: Here the SharePoint Product Group works to improve how people work together and promotes informed decision-making techniques.
SharePointers: What the heck does WWW stand for? This blog helps to take the confusion out of terms that may be unfamiliar to new SharePoint users, or possibly even some of the veterans out there.
This was first published in April 2008