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List of top 10 Best Sharepoint Blogs. Sharepoint Blogs are arrange in alphabetical order.

Following points are considered in order to rank, “Best Sharepoint Blogs”

  • Useful Information related to Sharepoint Technology.
  • How old Sharepoint Blog is?
  • Original Content
  • Code Samples wherever required to explain concept.
  • Useful tips and tricks
  • Regular Blog Posting about Sharepoint Technology
  • User Interaction, through comments, forum disucussion

1) Microsoft Sharepoint Team Blog
The official blog of the Microsoft SharePoint Product Group. You can find latest information about sharepoint technology on this blog.

2) To the Sharepoint
The Sharepoint IT Pro documentation team blog. We're the Microsoft SharePoint IT Pro documentation team. We're passionate about providing the right documentation for any IT Pro implementing, managing, or supporting SharePoint in their environment. We'd love to hear your suggestions about ways we can improve content for you.

3) Arpan Shah – Sharepoint Blog
I'm a Director at Microsoft Corporation (Redmond, WA) who owns Technical Product Management for SharePoint Products and Technologies. While I sometimes post personal comments, this blog's primary purpose is to provide information on SharePoint technology along with Collaboration, ECM and Search industry trends. You can also follow me on twitter @arpanshah.

4) Sharepoint Joel
Joel is a senior product manager and SharePoint evangelist at Quest, where he is responsible for product direction and strategy. He is well known in the SharePoint community as an enthusiastic trainer, evangelist and architect, and he maintains a popular blog. Joel is a frequent speaker at popular technical conferences, such as Microsoft TechEd, and often presents to local SharePoint user groups. Prior to Quest, Joel worked at Microsoft and was involved in the first Microsoft global deployment of SharePoint. During his Microsoft tenure, Joel helped various customers achieve the critical governance they needed to upgrade and achieve scale with SharePoint 2007. He later designed the extranet and hosted SharePoint deployments.
Before Joel joined Microsoft, he worked for a large telecom organization where he architected multi-tiered web applications and multi-staged extranet deployments. He also managed the internal web development and test environments for Slate.com, a political webzine.

5) Harbar.net
Spencer Harbar is an enterprise architect who helps organizations implement and drive value from solutions based upon Microsoft SharePoint. With over fifteen years of commercial experience in the architecture, design, development, deployment and operational service management of Web based applications and hosting platforms, his broad base of fundamental skills routinely enables Europe’s largest organizations to succeed with SharePoint. Spencer delivers enterprise content management and portal systems architecture, design, development and deployment solutions, application security best practices, threat modeling and the implementation of highly available Windows Server based hosting platforms. He is also pretty handy with single-pixel GIFs. Product expertise includes SharePoint, MCMS, IIS, SQL Server, Commerce Server and BizTalk Server, Windows Security, Active Directory, Identity Integration Server and High Availability. Spencer is one of 43 people worldwide currently to hold the Microsoft Certified Master for SharePoint 2007 certification, and a Microsoft Certified Master Instructor for the Enterprise Content Management, Web Content Management, Excel Services and Security elements of the SharePoint MCM.

6) Andrew Connell- Sharepoint MVP Blog
I am a Microsoft developer specializing in the .NET Framework and the Office Server System, specifically Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 and Windows SharePoint Services / SharePoint Portal Server 2003. In April of 2005 & 2006 I was recognized by Microsoft for my community contributions by being awarded Most Valuable Professional for Microsoft Content Management Server. Most of my work these days involves working with the Microsoft SharePoint Products & Technologies. With my background in Microsoft Content Management Server, I have a deep focus on the Web Content Management (WCM) and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) capabilities in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. In addition, I have a strong background in core Windows SharePoint Services v3 development.

7) Sharepoint Tricks
Sharepoint Tips And Tricks is Ishai Sagi's sharepoint information blog. It specializes in Microsoft SharePoint technologies, including web parts, development, configuration, customization, and best practices for the use of Microsoft SharePoint Server and Windows SharePoint Services. It also provides some related Office Information, including VSTO and VSTA and other office application development tips.
A SharePoint expert since 2001, I have worked for several consulting companies, and developed several SharePoint solutions. I am currently employed as a solution architect in Unique World - an Australian company consulting in SharePoint and other Microsoft technologies. I have been awarded the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server MVP award from Microsoft on the 1st April 2007, and renewed in 2008 and 2009. I have authored a end user book called SharePoint 2007 How To which is available in www.tinyurl.com/SharePointBook

8) Liam Cleary – Sharepoint MVP Blog
All about the Strategy, Design, Customisation, Deployment and Development of SharePoint and its related Technologies

9) Sharepoint Solutions Team Blog
Since 2004, a blog by members of the SharePoint Solutions team - experts and pioneers on Microsoft SharePoint. SharePoint training is at the heart of all we do. For many organizations, the best place to start is in one of our public or on-site custom-created and expert-led SharePoint training classes. We have been recognized as a pioneer in the field of SharePoint training since Microsoft introduced SharePoint 2003.

10) SharePoint Automation
Automating SharePoint 2007 Configurations via STSADM and PowerShell. Gary Lapointe is a two-time MOSS MVP specializing in deployment and development.

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Andy Dale from United Kingdom Comment on: Sep 20
sadly my SharePoint Blog didn't make the list. I must try to improve it http://aboutsharepoint.com

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