It’s unfortunate that I feel like I’m starting the year already behind on my “tech” reading list. Here’s a quick list of I have within arms reach.
- Mastering Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 by C. A. Callehan – This has been a great resource for my first attempt at implementing SharePoint. It’s a hefty book, I wish it included a PDF version I could convert onto my Kindle.
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 : The Complete Reference by Richard Luckett, William Lefkovics, Bharat Suneja and MCITP: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Messaging Design and Deployment Study Guide – These have been part of my Exchange certification study materials, as well as a starting point for deciding if its worth migrating to Exchange 2007 or skipping to Exchange 2010.
- Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V: Insiders Guide to Microsoft’s Hypervisor by John Kelbley, Mike Sterling and Allen Stewart – Would you believe I got this free from NetApp? It got several good reviews on Amazon, so I’m looking forward to getting a chance to sit down with it.
- Group Policy: Fundamentals, Security, and Troubleshooting by Jeremy Moskowitz. I’ve read his Windows 2000 Group Policy book years ago, so I much appreciated winning this one from him via Twitter.
In addition to books, I’ve downloaded several whitepapers onto my Kindle for those free moments on the subway:
- Implementing and Administering Certificate Templates in Windows Server 2008
- Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Certificate Services Step-By-Step Guide
- Exchange Server 2010: What’s New and What’s Changed by Allan Jacobs