Have noticed that with SharePoint 2010 there’s just a ton of content?
It’s similar to when SharePoint 2007 arrived, there wasn’t a ton of information on TechNet/MSDN, but the blogs were fired up and content was disseminating at a pace that could be kept up with to some extent.
With the new platform, and with Microsoft pushing an incredible amount of content out there prior to RTM, it seems as though there’s an avalanche of information and finding it and digesting it isn’t always the easiest thing to do. You could almost say that you’re getting indigestion from a little too much consumption (yes, I’m referring to brain overload).
So how do you handle it? How do you digest it in more palatable chunks?
Well, there are a couple of ways… Google Reader comes in handy for reading blogs, but for Microsoft content, I’d recommend the following for IT Pros:
SharePoint 2010 Downloadable Content:
SharePoint 2010 Newly Published / Updated Content:
If you want to get really clever, point Google Reader at the SharePoint 2010 Downloadable Content to have it show up in your information thread in your feeds.