Andrew Connell

Yes, we're working on a MOSS 2007 WCM developer book

As Stefan recently posted, and many others have noticed, I'm working on a book focused on MOSS 2007 Web Content Management Publishing site development with my good friend Spencer Harbar published by WROX. In effort to divert any future questions until we have more info about it, we are posting about now. While no secret, we haven't been very vocal about the book because we're still in the very early stages any many things can change (content, delivery, etc)... so early that we're still playing with the title & you can see we don't even have a picture for Spence on the cover (my picture is coming from a previous one they had on file from the Real World SharePoint 2007 book). The goal is to make this the definitive WCM guide for developers. WROX has put the book up on Amazon for pre-ordering. We're aiming to have it on the shelf early next year, but again, it's early in the process. Once we are closer to delivery, Spence and I will post more details about the book, including the table of contents and some additional details. Until then... feel free to start holding your breath! Technorati tags: sharepoint, moss,...

As Stefan recently posted , and many others have noticed, I’m working on a book focused on MOSS 2007 Web Content Management Publishing site development with my good friend Spencer Harbar published by WROX. In effort to divert any future questions until we have more info about it, we are posting about now.

While no secret, we haven’t been very vocal about the book because we’re still in the very early stages any many things can change (content, delivery, etc)… so early that we’re still playing with the title & you can see we don’t even have a picture for Spence on the cover (my picture is coming from a previous one they had on file from the Real World SharePoint 2007 book). The goal is to make this the definitive WCM guide for developers. WROX has put the book up on Amazon for pre-ordering .

We’re aiming to have it on the shelf early next year, but again, it’s early in the process. Once we are closer to delivery, Spence and I will post more details about the book, including the table of contents and some additional details.

Until then… feel free to start holding your breath!

Andrew Connell
Developer & Chief Course Artisan, Voitanos LLC. | Microsoft MVP
Written by Andrew Connell

Andrew Connell is a web developer with a focus on Microsoft Azure & Microsoft 365. He’s received Microsoft’s MVP award every year since 2005 and has helped thousands of developers through the various courses he’s authored & taught. Andrew’s the founder of Voitanos and is dedicated to delivering industry-leading on-demand video training to professional developers. He lives with his wife & two kids in Florida.