SharePoint Maturity.com goes live today! My thanks to:
- Mark Miller for support and resources
- Marc Anderson for custom design work
- the team at FPWeb for hosting this SharePoint 2010 site and for a really great customer service experience
Hilton Gisenow interviewed me for The MOSS Show to introduce the SharePoint Maturity Model - you can download the podcast here.
I just received a SharePoint maturity assessment from a company in the Caribbean, putting Trinidad & Tobago on the map of places that have generated data from the Model. Here's a sample of the locations where the Model has been used (it is not comprehensive because many have submitted data anonymously).
Thanks to all who have sent in their assessment data! My dream is to see this map filled with markers!
Mark Miller has pulled together The Best of End User SharePoint in book form. O'Reilly Publications will publish EUSP's most popular articles for an upcoming book: SharePoint 2010 at Work - Tricks, Traps, and Bold Opinions!The book will include the following chapters:Taming the Elusive Calculated Column-Logic by Dessie LunsfordCharting for SharePoint by Alexander BautzData View Web Part, The Basics - Add a Hyperlink by Laura RogersJQuery to the Rescue by Jim Bob HowardQuote of the Day Web Part by Waldek MastykarzA Global Navigation Solution Across Site Collections by Peter AllenEmpower the Power User by Kerri AbrahamThe SharePoint Maturity Model by Sadie Van Buren Unlocking the Mysteries of the Data View Web Part by Marc Anderson SharePoint 2010 Tab Page by Peter Allen Combine Documents and Website Links in One SharePoint Library by Eric AlexanderThe book will be released in February 2012. To receive a copy at a 40% discount, follow this link to the O'Reilly site to get more information, and use MILLERSP as the discount code.