Sure. We’re good at what we do. We love to help you learn about how our software works and how you can use it in your organization! But let’s face it. We’re great with the nuts and bolts, but you work with our systems every day! Most of you know more about the in’s-and-out’s, pro’s-and-con’s, and if’s-and-then’s of our software than we do — because you live it!
So don’t be shy! Share your knowledge!
The Microsoft technical libraries at the TechNet and MSDN Web sites include a feature called “Community Content” that allows you to contribute technical information. It’s easy to use, and it’s a fantastic way share what you know, help others, and strut your stuff a bit at the same time.
As a slight nudge of encouragement, we recently published a screencast that introduces you to the concept of Community Content, and walks you through the basics of how to use the feature.
So plan now to set aside 11 minutes of your busy day to view “Introducing the TechNet and MSDN Community Content Feature.” You might just find it inspiring. We sure hope so!
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