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Updated by André Salomons on Jun 19, 2014
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SharePoint why not to use it.

Some people hate it , some people love SharePoint

List of reasons why organizations should not use SharePoint, or at least are advised to use good advice before they deploy it.

Source: http://www.smartsharepointsolutions.nl/en/home.aspx

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The clear correlation error id's

The clear correlation error id's

Absolutely not helping. Bert end Ernie could help to simplify

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Steep learning curve

Steep learning curve

Learning SharePoint is hard work, due to the not so intuitive interface

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Sandbox solutions

Sandbox solutions

The limitation of the possibilities. Things you can do with code or UI, forget it, it's not working.......most of the time.
But it challenges you to find workarounds

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Difficult permissions settings

Difficult permissions settings

Assure that you set up proper governance structure before you start with the security settings

What Do SharePoint Bloggers Have To Say About Their Product?

A series of quotes from the blogosphere from people who have endured the pain of developing applications with MS SharePoint
Like the cartoons to some comments.
Many known flaws....

SharePoint Sucks - And Here's Why... | RealDolmen Experts

A Furuknap view on the matter
What would you do when you see this message? A) Stay calm, try to copy the correlation ID, notice that you can't copy it and still stay calm, write it down on a piece of paper and track it in the ULS logs B) Open your browser, go to a search engi...

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No one is able to understand SharePoint completely

No one is able to understand SharePoint completely

That's why you see infrastructure specialists, architects, developers, consultants etc.

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SharePoint designer and code are limited

SharePoint designer and code are limited

If you want to go one step further use dot net

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New quote: Hate it or tolerate it

New quote: Hate it or tolerate it

From a guy that works on SP, dot.net and Azure.
Do you recognize that, or can you agree to that?