SharePoint Updates: Start-Up Future, SharePoint 2010--Still, Plus Being a Dev, and Governance

It's been a quiet Monday, this first full week of 2014. With new releases, updates, and events on the horizon, it won't stay quiet for long.

Here are some bright nuggets that caught our somewhat-techie eyes today.

It’s a Good Thing You Waited Until Now to Found Your Start-up - Andrew O'Connell
Harvard Business Review's statistics guy and editor tells why these are ripe times indeed for founding a start-up. At least technology wise.

Migrating a Single Sub-Site from a MOSS 2007 Farm to an Existing SharePoint 2010 Farm - Eric Sutton
All of a sudden, we're seeing articles on SharePoint 2010 again. Whaaaa??

What It Takes to Be A SharePoint Developer - Todd Baginski
Hang around with Todd in the lift line at Breck and he'll expand on what he says here. But first, you have to read it. Then fly to Colorado. And ski.

Governing Office 365 Requires a Solid Strategy - Eric Riz
And you thought trusting your SharePoint jewels with Microsoft meant never having to worry about governance again. Silly kids.

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