SharePoint Development from a Documentation Perspective
Now that I’m managing a documentation team, I just don’t get to blog about SharePoint developer issues nearly as often as I’d like. In part to help remedy that, we’ve launched the SharePoint Developer Documentation Team blog. In the coming months, the programmer-writers for Windows SharePoint Services and Office SharePoint Server will be posting on a range of developer issues, information, and best practices. Our goals with the new blog are several:
· Present “draft” versions of SDK content before it’s available in the SDKs themselves. These drafts are tech-reviewed content that will end up in the SDKS; this is just our way of getting the information out to you as quick as we can.
· Promote content that we publish on MSDN. This includes giving you the latest news on new technical articles, SDK updates, code samples or tools downloads, and anything else new and noteworthy we think you’ll want to take a look at.
· Blog about the developer documentation we produce, and why. Ever wonder why we document what we do, in the way we do? In future posts we’ll explore the decisions we make when planning SharePoint developer documentation, and the data we base those decisions on.
· Engage with users, and find out just how developers are using (or would like to use) the documentation we produce.
· Experiment with presenting developer documentation in new and different formats.
Already, in the few weeks it’s been live, we’ve posted extensive information on extending workflow actions in SharePoint Designer, as well as the basics of content deployment. And i
So go check it out. Subscribe to our RSS feed. Even better, drop us a line and tell us what you’d like to see on the blog, or in our developer documentation.
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