I stopped by FedEx yesterday to pick up my hot off the presses copies of my new book, How to Do Everything: SharePoint 2010. I suspect that it’s already on its way to the Amazon warehouse and will be released there soon.
This is my first end-user book and I’m very happy with it. McGraw-Hill did a great job from start to finish—quality editing and excellent presentation. So if you’re interested in SharePoint, but don’t know where to start, here’s an option for you.
Thanks to SharePoint MVP, Sean Wallbridge (from itgroove) for his technical editing skills and Arpan Shah, (Director, Microsoft) for writing the foreword. Also, big thanks to Roger Stewart from McGraw-Hill for bringing the whole project together. And, of course, my agent Neil Salkind for putting me in front of great publishers.
This book is part of a series called “How to Do Everything,” and I really hope that I don’t have to deal with, “you didn’t cover everything” comments. :) This is SharePoint after all—covering every aspect would take a substantial series of books.
Topics in this SharePoint 2010 end-user book include:
- SharePoint Concepts
- The SharePoint UI
- Document Management
- Taxonomy and Social Tagging
- My Sites
- Web Parts
- SharePoint Client Applications