Ed Price – Bibliography

Last Updated: 1/19/17 This page lists my bibliography. It should hopefully expand over time. The sections are divided into different parts: Books (printed books, any roles), Author (books, ebooks, & whitepapers), Editor/Reviewer (books, ebooks, & whitepapers), Publisher (leading a team of authors, editors (development, copy, production), illustrators, and technical reviewers), and Social Media Author (online…

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NEW BOOK: Applied Power BI by Teo Lachev (Microsoft MVP)

This book is available on Amazon here. You can also view Teo’s book on his site here: http://www.prologika.com/Books/0976635364/Book.aspx   All of us working on Power BI are pretty excited about this book! I helped out with editing the book. This book is the only one of it’s kind… an exhaustive dig into the Power BI…

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Translating resources for international students – and talking to your watch

Australia continues to grow our international student education sector, with a record $18.8 billion of revenue in 2014-15 from the nearly half a million international students who study at our universities, TAFEs and schools. In universities international students make up a quarter of all students, and come from over 150 countries. It makes education a…


Deploy a Moodle Cluster on Azure, using Ubuntu

I’ve just finished a conversation with our team in the US who are working on lots of smart Moodle integrations to various Microsoft technologies (like the Office 365 integration with Moodle components and the Moodle virtual images for Azure) and they mentioned that there are now also complete quick start templates for deploying a scalable…


Support for Android CMake projects in Visual Studio

CMake is a cross-platform project generator that enables reuse of shared C++ code across multiple IDE and project systems. We made a change to CMake to support our Android toolchain in Visual Studio. With this change, you can take your existing CMake project targetting Android, and with minimal modifications, you can have it open in…


The Accessibility Guide for Windows 10 and Office 2016 – helping students with special needs

Last week we released the Accessibility Guide for Educators for Windows 10 and Office 2016. And I put it onto my ‘must share that sometime’ list. But it wasn’t a priority for me, because in the past I’ve written a lot about accessibility with Microsoft products and services, including things like: The Microsoft Disability Answer…


Most in demand skills of 2015?

I remember in 2013 I wrote “What skills do I need for the future?”, about the most in-demand skills for all occupations, and in the future what employers will be looking for from today’s students. The top five skills employers were looking for in 2013 were: Oral and written communication skills Detail oriented Microsoft Office…


Clang with Microsoft CodeGen in VS 2015 Update 1

[This post was written by Dave Bartolomeo and the Clang/C2 feature crew] One of the challenges with developing and maintaining cross-platform C++ code is dealing with different C++ compilers for different platforms. You write some code that builds fine with the Visual C++ compiler for your Windows-targeting build, but then your Android-targeting build breaks because…