Daryl Sharpe | CEO of Enterprise Project and IT Consulting (EPIC Inc)
MCITP/SP2010, MCITP|MPS2007, SEC+
"I have been working in the SharePoint community for military, government, and commercial clients since the inception of MOSS 2007 performing advanced configurations, architecture, and .NET development.
During the early years of operating I was introduced to Andreas Glaser’s SharePoint material and have since relied on its accuracy and step by step displays to create both simple and complex SharePoint farms. His PowerShell scripts are accurate, easy to read, and assisted me in not only implementing configurations but also learning and understanding PowerShell features and capabilities.
Much of my evolution has been heavily influenced through the exposure of Glaser’s PowerShell which has allowed me to expand and grow into a more effective enterprise solution architect and .NET developer.
I consistently recommend these SharePoint tutorials to students, interns, and other resources that work with me in the SharePoint community. There is no other SharePoint resource I rely on more."
Will the eBook work on the iPad and other tablets?
Yes you can transfer PDF files onto your iPad using the iBooks feature of iTunes. It should work fine on any tablet that can accept and display PDF files.
I'm a beginner and very new to SharePoint, is the book for me?
Yes. You'll get clear, easy to follow steps and lots of pictures.
I'm experienced with SharePoint, is the book for me?
I've written the books with experienced SharePoint administrators and developers in mind too. There are lots of topics you can use to automate or enhance your work.
Doesn't a book go out of date as soon as it's published?
This is part of the reason why I made the book digital instead of hard-copy. I plan to update the eBook every few months so that you always have the most up to date information.
Why are you not giving this away for free?
The short answer is that if I'd written something that I intended to give away for free, there is no way I could have justified spending the time I have. It really has taken me a lot of hours (and some cash) to get it to the level it is at. I figured that I'd rather put in extra time and charge what I feel is a fair amount for something that is hugely useful to a lot of people, than release something a lot smaller for free that wouldn't add as much value. I'd hope this is understandable.
If you're still not sure if $57 is worth the investment, try this:
- What do you make an hour?
- How many hours would it take you to research all the info that I've put into this book?
- Multiply 1 by 2... is it greater than $57?
Lastly, could the info you learn net you more than $57 over the long haul?
If the answer to either of these questions is no, you shouldn't buy my book.
I have more questions...
Sure just write me an eMail with your question and I will answer as soon as possible.
"If I don't like the material can I get a refund, or is it going to be a big pain in the butt?"
It'll be a piece of cake! I'm not here to swindle you out of your cash, I'm here to help you in any way I can. If that means a quick and painless cancellation of your purchase, then that's what you'll get. Just send me an email within 30 days and I'll refund your payments pronto, no fuss no hard feelings. But let's be honest here, you're going to love this material ;)
Terms and license, Refund Policy