Overview of available SharePoint books

Since it is almost Christmas I decided to create a reading list to inspire people, and to have a quick overview of available reading material on SharePoint 2010 and related product. So if you’re partner is into SharePoint, you might find a last minute Christmas present in this list. This is also a list that represents what I would like to read.

I have organized the books in 3 levels. The fist one are books for non-developers and non IT-PRO. They are high level SharePoint, organizational or quit generic. The second one are books for IT-PRO’s, and the third one are books for (power)users of SharePoint but also related software like Office 2010 and Infopath. I don’t have a chapter dedicated to development books, since I don’t know really much about development, hence I can’t add these kinds of books to my ‘wish list’.

SharePoint books for non-developers or IT-PRO’s

 

SharePoint books for IT-PRO’s

 

SharePoint 2010 and related products for the (power)user

Since it is almost Christmas I decided to create a reading list to inspire people, and to have a quick overview of available reading material on SharePoint 2010 and related product. So if you’re partner is into SharePoint, you might find a last minute Christmas present in this list.

I have organized the books in 3 levels. The fist one are books for non-developers and non IT-PRO. They are high level SharePoint, organizational or quit generic. The second one are books for IT-PRO’s, and the third one are books for (power)users of SharePoint but also related software like Office 2010 and Infopath. I don’t have a chapter dedicated to development books, since I don’t know really much about development, hence I can’t add these kinds of books to my ‘wish list’.

SharePoint books for non-developers or IT-PRO’s

 

SharePoint books for IT-PRO’s

 

SharePoint 2010 and related products for the (power)user

About Patrick Sledz

Patrick works as a consultant. He assists organizations to deliver SharePoint business value and create the awareness in these organizations that only a strong technical team is not sufficient to deliver this added value.
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  • http://www.wssdemo.com Ian Morrish

    Looks like everyone is getting in on the act.
    Here is a nive pivot view of SharePoint 2010 books http://bit.ly/fceb2x