Mike Drips’s SharePoint Article and the Aftermath

I’m sick today, so not feeling very verbose.  But I do feel like I need to add in my opinion on the SharePoint article Mike Drips wrote.  I don’t want to rehash what many other fine bloggers have said in response, but would like to add, that if you are not to trying to solve the problem, you are part of the problem.  Instead of a negative article, why not one that is constructive criticism or one offering up suggestions for improvement.  Sure these have been done before, but the product team is listening and more is always better.   When you are a product team developer and someone slams you, you are a lot less likely to pay attention.  Hell that goes for anybody.

» AC’s response
» Arpan’s response
» Maurice’s response
» Paul’s response
» And Bil Simser deleted his response, but has a great post on the 5 things right with SharePoint