Being a good citizen in terms of managing my websites, I was going through the stats and logs on my server the other day. Doing so is always wonderful information that really should tell me to consider starting to write articles differently. Every time I look through the most popular search terms used to get to the my blog site, the top 10 is almost similar terms, including SharePoint, governance and others along those lines. But generally not very much variation there…
This is good… because that would generally suggest that the people finding my blog may find the articles here relevant to what they was searching for information…
…and this is bad… because, there must be lots of people searching for other terms – but may also be looking for information on SharePoint strategy, governance and architecture, who will never find my site.
I was never the big SEO type of guy, but it striked me that maybe I should do something about that. And then – when I looked into the most used search query term that led people to my blog this week… it was “Microsoft Office 2015“… – and just a few places down on the list; “Download Microsoft Office 2015“… A bit surprising to me, as obviously there is no Office 2015 out there – so I have not written anything about that…. I thought…
I turns out, that I have made a bad mistake when writing a short post on the general availability of the SharePoint 2013 Preview, back in July. Where the article title should have said “2013” it said “2015”. My apologies to everyone about this – you probably even didn’t notice. I didn’t.
So – what did we learn from this? If you want more hits on your website, just lie your socks off 😉 I can’t promise that this is a strategy that I will pursue in the future, though… But I will leave the typo in there, for the fun of it…
Microsoft SharePoint Professionals – or as we like to call them; SharePointPeople 😉 – can now start to plan for their next technical certification. Microsoft have published the first information about comming certifications for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013. There’s not a lot of big surprises there, but it’s a good synopsis to start to look into the cast amount of functional and architecture topics that is expected to pass the exam.
The certifications currently announced are both still under development and is expected to be available in february 2013.
The exams listed is above are both a part of the new Microsoft Certified Solution Expert Certification for SharePoint 2013. To achive that certification you need the following:
You can read more about the MCSE: SharePoint certification here: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/certification/cert-sharepoint-server.aspx
- Service applications deprecated in SharePoint 2013 (marwantarek.wordpress.com)
- SharePoint Server 2013 Released on MSDN (sharepointpeople.wordpress.com)
Microsoft has just release SharePoint Server 2013 on MSDN. This is earlier than expected – but it gives everyone a change to play around with a complete product before the Las Vegas SharePoint conference in a few weeks.
You can download SharePoint Server 2013 from MSDN is you have one of these subscriptions:
- VS Pro with MSDN Premium (Empower)
- VS Pro with MSDN Premium (MPN)
- VS Ultimate with MSDN (MPN)
- VS Ultimate with MSDN (NFR FTE)
- VS Ultimate with MSDN (Retail)
- VS Ultimate with MSDN (VL)
- BizSpark Admin
- DreamSpark Premium
- VS Premium with MSDN (MPN)
- VS Premium with MSDN (Retail)
- VS Premium with MSDN (VL)
At the same time final versions of Microsoft Office 2013 is also on MSDN as well as LYnc Server 2013, Exchange Server 2013 and the new Office Web Apps product.
Lots of good stuff to play with until Vegas. See you there.. 🙂