I am cross-posting this so that I have the resource at hand for reference. Big thank you goes to Eric Overfield who I follow as one of my goto resource person.
The great thing about technology is that feeling connected is literally a click away and the Office 365 / SharePoint community is no different. Now, don’t get me wrong, conferences, user groups, and social meetups are a great way to stay connected, but on those days when you’re stuck at your desk I’ve got just the solution.
The following are the top 10 resources that I follow to stay in the loop on what is going on in the Office 365 / SharePoint community. I will readily share that not only did I have a tough time narrowing down my list to just 10, but also that this list constantly changes as community involvement waxes and wanes, new members / resources spring up, while others slow down. I hope you will find this line up to be either a good start, or a great way to help fill out your current references.
- The SharePoint Dev Ecosystem YouTube channel:
- Office Development blogs:
- Waldek Mastykarz’s blog. If you want to know what is going on with SPFx development, this is your spot:
- Mikael Svenson’s blog. Mikael posts like a fiend and all his findings are fascinating:
- Smashing Magazine. Some of the best bleeding edge web development insights:
- Andrew Connell’s blog. Andrew is a leader of the pack of SPFx trainers and his material around SPFx is outstanding:
- SharePoint Team’s blog. Straight from MS:
- Marc Anderson’s blog. Marc tells you how it is.
- Chris O’Brien’s blog. An outstanding developer who provides in-depth posts, meaning long, in the right way:
- Stefan Bauer’s blog. Stefan’s design skillset when combined with his mastery of Sass is amazing and he shares his insights!
- Eric Overfield: http://ericoverfield.com and http://blog.pixelmill.com/