TechNet is an amazing resource. I should know. My group now runs TechNet magazine and MSDN magazine. Thank you Microsoft!
TechNet (the overall site, not the magazine) has a new wiki that IT pros such as you can contribute to. All you need is a Windows Live ID and you're good to go.
Microsoft will not police or censor the site, but will leave that to a community council. After just a month in business, the wiki has over 500 pages (screens) of content. Not too shabby.
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Posted by Doug Barney on 04/16/2010 at 1:17 PM
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