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  • Paperback: 268 pages
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (February 24, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1449321003
  • ISBN-13: 978-1449321000
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 7 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #561,674 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Book Description

The Best of EndUserSharePoint.com!

About the Author

Mark Miller is recognized internationally as a Senior Storyteller, weaving engaging tales to simplify the explanation of complex, technological solutions. He is the founder of two of the largest, online SharePoint communities in the world: NothingButSharePoint.com and EndUserSharePoint.

Mark travels extensively from his home base in New York City. His most recent excursion included stops in Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Antarctica, where he spoke on the comparison of on-premises SharePoint implementations vs hosted solutions. In addition to his community efforts and speaking engagements, he is Director of Global Strategy for Fpweb.net.

Upcoming Speaking Engagements
  • 01/07/2011 - SharePoint Saturday, Virginia Beach, VA
  • 01/07/2011 - Microsoft SharePoint Community Day - Bangladesh (live online)
  • 01/2012 - Sharing the Point South America - Uraguay
  • 01/2012 - Sharing the Point South America - Chile
  • 01/2012 - Sharing the Point South America - Argentina
  • 02/26/2012 - 02/29/2012 SPTechCon - San Francisco
  • 05/16/2012- SharePoint Summit, Toronto
Past Speaking Engagements
  • March 2011 -NYC SharePoint User Group
  • March 2011 - Syndey AU SharePoint Conference, Keynote
  • March 2011 - Canberra AU SharePoint in Government
  • March - Beijing, Ho Chi Min City, Manilla Sharing the Point Tour
  • March 2011 - New Zealand SharePoint Conference, Keynote
  • April 2011 - UK Best Practices Conference
  • April 2011 - New York City, Microsoft, Future of Productivity, Keynote
  • May 2011 - Denver SharePoint Festival, Keynote
  • June 2011 - Boston SPTechCon
  • July 2011- Chicago SharePoint Festival, Keynote
  • August 2011 - Washington DC SharePoint Saturday Conference
  • Oct 2011 - Anaheim SharePoint Conference
  • Nov 2011 - Hong Kong SharePoint Conference
  • Nov 2011 - Singapore SharePoint Conference
  • Nov 2011 - UK SharePoint Saturday
  • 01/04/2011 - New York City SharePoint User Group, New York

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Will Kelly on April 8, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
My luck with picking SharePoint 2010 books is continuing because I just read SharePoint 2010 at Work by Mark Miller who assembles a veritable "Best Of" EndUserSharePoint.com writing. This book is a keeper! The book chockfull of practical SharePoint knowledge in multiple facets of designing, developing, and deploying SharePoint 2010 inside the corporate enterprise. The book is actually a compilation of articles written by SharePoint 2010 practitioners who work in the industry.

The SharePoint Maturity Model that leads off the book should be required reading for anybody deploying Microsoft SharePoint 2010 today. As I've often said, it's not that SharePoint is bad, it's the implementation. The SharePoint Maturity Model (by Sadalit Van Buren) homes in on one of the biggest issues I've encountered with SharePoint through multiple contracts as a technical writer and that is that too many times when it comes to SharePoint that organizations don't really know what they have and focus on projects that may not bring a suitable Return on Investment. Organizations need to have a cohesive way to analyze and understand the SharePoint platform as a whole that makes this article required reading in my opinion.

The SharePoint Power User can sometimes be ignored in some organizations which is a shame. This is why another strong selling point of this book is the focus it takes on the SharePoint power users who is perhaps the most valuable ally a SharePoint deployment can have. The book takes a nice tact on empowering the power user including addressing the question of to allow or not allow SharePoint Designer for the power users.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 26, 2012
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Although there are a few decent tid-bits of knowledge here e.g. the Sharepoint Tab Page chapter, most of the material here is a rehash of what most of us that have been in the SharePoint space for 1.5+ years should know. I bought the book primarily becase I saw both Mark Miller and Marc D. Anderson had penned it, but I have seen much better material from both individuals on their sites/blogs that have a far greater impact. For example, Marc Anderson's work in the SP object model with his codeplex/jquery libraries that work with the SP classes on the client-side would haver been a great addition to this book. It would be quite welcome if the author Mark Miller take comments such as these to really put out the 'book' for us that are the hackers/client side guys/gals that do the Asif Rehmani thing - we do not do Visual Studio, but rely on the UI, SharePoint Designer and jquery to craft solutions.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mack A Sigman on April 5, 2012
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Overall I really liked this book. I will admit that a lot of the material I have seen before, at SharePoint Saturdays and such, but finally I was able to get my hands on how they did it, and why they did it that way and that was where the value of this book was for me. The other things I found very vaulable was how the book was written, it has a lot of code in it but it wasn't written for a code monkey. I am not a developer or a coder and I was able to understand what the code snippets were about and why, maybe that was because it was dumbed down to my level which would make it a vaulable asset to any non dev type out there.
The sections on empowering the Power User and SharePoint Designer had several great nuggets that will help some of my current and future clients. I really liked the jQuery and Data View sections and often times found myself thinking I didn't know it could do that.I have already incorporated several of the examples into our corporate portal and they will become part of our internal training program.

I found this book to be an easy read, very understandable even for a non developer like myself and very useful. It is a welcome addition to my toolkit. SharePoint 2010 at Work: Tricks, Traps, and Bold Opinions
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John Winchester on March 8, 2012
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This is the worst Kindle Technical book I have purchased. Many of the charts are unreadable on a Kindle and barely readable on a PC.
Buy the book but not the Kindle version. I contacted the publisher and they gave me an updated Kindle edition which is more readable.
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