The TechNet Wiki launched on 4/14/2010. View the 8.5 minute announcement video:
What began a few years ago as an idea is now in front of you. Through the grassroots effort and work of many, the TechNet Wiki has landed and the way we view content will never be the same. It is an experiment designed to increase the breadth, depth and
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This is a grassroots effort led by you and us: we, the community. We don't have all the answers. There will be kinks in the system, lessons to learn with the community, features to hatch and processes to evolve. And there will be content.
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The TechNet Wiki is a library of information about Microsoft technologies, written by the community for the community. Whether you write code, manage servers, keep mission-critical sites up and running, or just enjoy digging into details, we think you will
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OK This help who you are people like all of us but you got the hold community helping out so if one mess up you all do right. alot of work helping each other make it better for next world.and on on on
Hey to all: you may find more answers just by googling, the Microsoft people seem interested in making sure you post on the exactly correct Microsoft site than in providing useful answers. If all you need is to read an article, they are great! Louis