I believe that people who have an opportunity to work with the field own an incomparable wealth of knowledge. MVPs, partners, consultants, and developers learn through experience all the technical details needed to design, develop, and deploy line-of-business solutions. Some of this people are really passionate about sharing their knowledge with the community by becoming trainers or by writing blogs, technical articles, or recording demos.
Since we launched Office 2007, some well-known MVPs, Microsoft Partners, Microsoft Consultants (MCS), and recognized third-parties have authored lots of technical articles, videos, white papers, code samples, and books to share their knowledge with the community. Good news is many of this content items are published on MSDN.
Today we launched a new community page that compiles a list of all Office 2007 community submitted content. This page provides an RSS feed that tags content by company. This page also provides links to Office 2007 and SharePoint projects submitted to CodePlex and to MSDN Code Gallery. Finally, we've been watching you all by monitoring metrics for Office 2007 content and this page also provides a list of top authors, and top videos.
If you are an MVP or an active member of the Office developer community, you can submit articles for the MSDN Office Developer Center. Here's how:
- Check out the MSDN process for content submission: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/aboutmsdn/aa537129.aspx
- You can also contact me through my blog, or contact the Office Developer Documentation Managers through their blogs: