The world’s most interesting SharePoint influencers:
When they create SharePoint functionality, jQuery queries THEM.
InfoPath asks THEM for directions.
THEY put the Power in PowerShell.

You get the idea. And so did SharePoint solutions provider, which partnered with Forrester Research to identify the Top 25 SharePoint Influencers, which it announced at Microsoft’s SharePoint Conference last week in Las Vegas.

Topping the list was SharePoint MVP Andrew Connell, with Joel Oleson, Todd Klindt, Christian Buckley and Laura Rogers rounding out the Top 5. (SHAMELESS SPTECHCON PLUG: ALL WILL BE PRESENTING SESSIONS—AND CONNELL WILL KEYNOTE—AT SPTECHCON SAN FRANCISCO, APRIL 22-25!)

“A knowledgeable, committed community of leaders is critical to drive the continued evolution of the mobile enterprise,” noted David Lavenda, vice president of product strategy for “As the SharePoint ecosystem continues to evolve, this list recognizes the SharePoint pundits who are creating the best-practice road map to drive employee productivity and collaboration in today’s increasingly complex and mobile-reliant business environment.”

You can see the complete list here.