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By mannt8
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Submitted: Dec 13 2013 / 00:20

This isn’t a book aimed particularly at developers; instead, the audience is the IT professional who knows SharePoint, but needs to get to grips with SharePoint 2013 and how to make it all work. It also has useful material if you know SharePoint 2010, and need to move to SharePoint 2013. Much of the book is written on the assumption you’re putting together a SharePoint ‘farm’ with multiple SharePoint and/or SQL servers working together to provide a set of SharePoint services for a specific site, and this type of design is complicated enough for there to be a real difference in performance and reliability between a good design and a poor one.
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