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  Asked By: Jayshree    Date: Apr 25    Category: MOSS    Views: 563

I've got Sharepoint Server 2007 installed and want to setup a document
management site, but I need to learn the basics first. Can someone
recommend a website/book I can use to get started?

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Answer #1    Answered By: Damini Dande     Answered On: Apr 25

If it were me, I'd go out and get Apress's sharepoint  2007 User's Guide by
Seth Bates for starters. Then I would go to
http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/sharepoint and start reading up on
everything that there was SharePoint to start getting a feel for everything
that's going on in the SharePoint community.

After that I would do a self assessment to see if I'm a developer or a
solutions engineer. If you're more on the side of solutions engineer, I
can't really recommend a good book (though reading through Scot Hillier's
newest book on 2007 development using C# 2005 has been quite good), I would
probably turn to something like Bill English's SharePoint 2007
Administrator's Companion.

Additionally, I would head over to MSDN's Virtual Labs to look up as much as
I could and learn using their labs on SharePoint 2007:

msdn2.microsoft.com/.../aa740390.aspx

And then if you must, I would resort to www.sharepointblogs.com and
www.sharepointkicks.com, though I would be leery of some of the information
that you find there - primarily because it is a community of individuals
that are all learning their way around the neighborhood of SharePoint at the
same time -- there are some gems of articles out there though.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Irving Hurley     Answered On: Apr 25

Here is a good starting place:
blogs.msdn.com/.../10-essential-resources
-for-sharepoint-developers.aspx

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Lalit Bhattacharya     Answered On: Apr 25

That link bombed on me. Any other links?

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Gwendolyn Acosta     Answered On: Apr 25

Sorry, the long linked wrapped and was truncated in the email. Here is a
link to the same location:
http://tinyurl.com/33xnpu

 
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