One of my daughters is in 3rd grade in school and they are studying living organisms (plants, animals, etc.). She brought home the drawing that appears below. It struck me that the elements that go into making an ecosystem for plants and animals are largely the same elements that are needed to create a successful SharePoint implementation. If we follow the same blueprints that have worked so well in nature for thousands of years, we just might be able to create a SharePoint ecosystem that allows every organism to survive and thrive.
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This week I created a new group on LinkedIn called “Microsoft SharePoint Part-time Professionals“. I’ve been getting quite a few requests for part-time/evening/weekend work for SharePoint developers and administrators, so I decided to start a group and post them there. I’ll post here any side work that comes across my desk. To join the group, do the following:
1. Log in to LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com. If you don’t already have an account, create one, it’s free, and will do wonders for your career.
2. In the search box in the upper right corner, search for “Microsoft SharePoint Part-time Professionals”.
If you have any part-time/evening SharePoint projects that you need help with, post them in the Discussions area.