Document Collaboration at Microsoft

How Document Collaboration Works at Microsoft? While this post might indicate that there is a sweeping document collaboration strategy that all teams and people use, that’s not the case necessarily.  We are big at dogfooding which is a made up verb indicating that we love to try out our own software and tools in our everyday […]

How Document Collaboration Works at Microsoft? While this post might indicate that there is a sweeping document collaboration strategy that all teams and people use, that’s not the case necessarily.  We are big at dogfooding which is a made up verb indicating that we love to try out our own software and tools in our everyday jobs just the way our customers do, explain Eric.

To that end, this post will describe a successful multi-national document collaboration effort surrounding the recent publication of the Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Team Foundation Server 2008 guidance that was recently published on MSDN. The guidance for this heavily anticipated documentation will be released in phases over the next few weeks and appear in a developer center located under the SharePoint developer center. 

Here is the portal link which describes the focus of the guidance as well as links/placeholders to all the content as it gets published: Team Foundation Server Resource Center

And here is the link to the first published article: Using Team Foundation Server to Develop Custom SharePoint Products and Technologies Applications

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