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PowerShell for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Administrators Paperback – October 7, 2010
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About the Author
Mattias Karlsson is a senior consultant with extensive experience in SharePoint products and technologies. He is a SharePoint expert focusing on implementation, administration, and configuration; an expert at SecretsOfSharePoint.com; and a frequent trainer and speaker at SharePoint events. Mattias also runs the blog mysharepointofview.com.
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Top Customer Reviews
Now I bought the book in order to see what else the book might offer, and to my disappointment, (perhaps partly in the Kindle format) is that it is just flat out scanned from the book.
The book is divided into sections, and one of them has 12 chapters in it, yet the kindle version only lists the top level sections, not the chapters, so not easy to navigate.
Also the code examples comes off as something that was copy/pasted from notepad.
To be fair I have only spent a short while with this book and is looking for very specific topics. But my initial impression is that the kindle version is a ripoff. I will update once I find the chapters I am looking for.
I am consultant, and I used this book a lot on many occasions
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is very good for those who want to learn and use PowerShell to work with SharePoint. It Rocks!Published on May 21, 2012 by Rynearson
I expected more indepth information and sample code to interact with ALL aspects of site level objects on down. But that is just not the case.Published on December 20, 2011 by Michael J. Gelinas