I do get a ton of questions by email, at times there are 20-30 questions per day, and I try to answer as many as possible, or at least let people know where to find more information. And I welcome those emails because it lets me know what peoples’ pain points are. Which is important when you aim to write the best SharePoint book ever.
Some of the questions are answered in the book but some are not, and that’s where you come in. One of the chapters in the book will be called "Questions from the audience" and will feature real questions from real people answered by the very unreal Dr. Schwein Puddle. All questions will be credited, so this is your chance to get your 15 minutes of fame and your name and questions read by thousands of SharePoint geeks.
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