Saturday, April 13, 2013

SharePoint Pro: Update

As with any new release, there was a lot to learn when SharePoint 2010 hit the streets. There were new features to master, and there were even some old features with which to get reacquainted. Typically, I’m up for such a challenge. Heck, I revel in it. However, one of the biggest challenges that I almost didn’t overcome was learning Windows PowerShell.

I’ve been working with SharePoint for a long time now. Although I started with SharePoint Team Services 2001, I really cut my teeth with Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 (WSS 2.0). I used it to manage a farm that had more than 1,200 site collections and more than 10,000 subsites, which are often referred to as webs. I learned very early on to love and embrace scripting.

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