first of all: SORRY!
Aside of changing my role on July 2016 within Microsoft, I was heavy loaded the last few month with loads of stuff,
became father again with a cute tiny daughter just recently and hence weren’t able to maintain my blog properly the passed weeks.
So please apologize for my silence and for the missing updates! I’ll promise to get back more closely with keeping my Blog on a recent state!
As said, it’s been a while ago I’ve posted something new so let me start this with a new notice:
After 8 years it was time for me to move on into new opportunities and with commitment to our companies strategy while tranforming to new horizons,
I changed my role at Microsoft from Support Engineering to Fast track Center in July 2016.
Therefore I had to clean up and hand off loads of stuff from old role and got ramped up in the new team with other new challenges
which kept me blocked to post anything new during the last few weeks.
So for my still existing “SharePoint Versions Build Number sheets” I’ll keep them updated further!
I’d appreciate if you stay subscribed to my posts and even if its not hot updated with CUs just fresh backed, I’ll keep it going
For quick reference, pls. find them here:
- Builds and Updates for MOSS/WSS – (applies to: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0)
- SharePoint 2010 Build Numbers (Cube Sheet) – (applies to: SharePoint 2010 Server and SharePoint Foundation ; aka WSSv4)
- SharePoint 2013 Build Numbers Archive, up to SP1
- SharePoint 2013 Build Numbers since SP1 and current
- SharePoint 2016 Cube Sheet
Once in a while I will also publish some other “fresh” posts that I still have in mind from my Support Engineering experiences, so it may be worth to stay tuned
as I have some cool stuff to come which was on my plate long time but in lack of time not posted yet
Cya soon and hope you stay faithfully with my blog
5 thoughts on “It’s been a while ago…”
Steve – What does it mean to be a FastTrack engineer ? Can give us an idea what does that include?
a Fast Track engineer helps customers onboarding to O365 on several workloads such as SharePoint migrations, Skype, Exchange online etc. as a technical resource. I’ll post soon some stuff about Fast Track center, so stay tuned 😉
Congrats on the daughter!
Now get to work! 🙂
Hey Steve. I’m trying to get to the Cube Sheet for SharePoint 2010 but it comes up with an error saying nothing was found. Do you still have that info floating around?
sorry I was on updating it and hence it was in draft mode, published now but not finished my intented updates ….
will redo later….