Azure Documentation Center now accepting international contributions!

We are pleased to announce that the Azure Documentation Center is now accepting contributions into German and Brazilian-Portuguese. Until now, this feature was solely enabled for the English documentation but with these two additional languages, international users have now the opportunity, through their contributions and feedback, to both improve the quality of the localized documentation and trigger…

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VS2015 Offline Help Content is now available in 10 more languages!

The Cloud and Enterprise International team has published Offline Help Content of Visual Studio 2015 for 10 languages. Now you can download your choice of Help content for VS2015 and .Net Framework 4.6 in your language as well as in English onto your local machine, which are equivalent to what you can find on the…

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Are you a Microsoft Azure superstar? We want to hear from you!

   If you are an Azure superstar, we want to hear from you! The Cloud and Enterprise International team is looking for linguistic, functional or general feedback related to the usage of the product and the documentation in languages aside from US English. You can provide feedback on a scenario you’ve already experienced on the Azure Management…

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Round of Applause to the TAT team!

Over the last few months, we have seen an increased participation of the Turkish speaking community to MSDN Translation Wiki. This would have not been possible without the valuable contribution of some of the TAT team members (i.e., Turkish Avengers Team), the passionate and skillful Turkish army that is already playing a key role in Technet…

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“What does the MVP say?” – Introducing Karen Tazayan

As the next feature in our MVP interview series, please meet Karen Tazayan! Karen has been one of the first people to participate in MSDN Translation Wiki. Following are his responses to our prodding questions: Please tell us a bit about yourself. What is your background? “I graduated from Informatics and Applied Mathematics faculty at Yerevan…

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“What does the MVP say?” – Introducing Alexandre Augagneur

As the next feature in our MVP interview series, we present Alexandre Augagneur! Alexandre began participating in our MSDN Translation Wiki community early last year. He has a great attitude, as you can see in his following responses to our prodding questions: Please tell us a bit about yourself. What is your background? “My name…

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“What does the MVP say?” – Introducing Michal Gajda

As the next feature in our MVP interview series, today we are delighted to bring you Michal Gajda! If you’ve been following this series, you’re already familiar with the questions we’ve been asking our MVPs, so we’ll cut to the chase and let you see what he shared with us: Please tell us a bit…

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8 Reasons our pilot project was a SUCCESS!

During the release of the Visual Studio 2012 we worked with several universities to localize our content into several languages, including Czech, Italian, Russian and Turkish.  We had some promising new tools, and a fresh new workflow for the localization of our Visual Studio documentation, but what really made the difference were the people who helped…

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“What does the MVP say?” – Introducing Alessandro Alpi

As the next feature in our MVP interview series, please meet Alessandro Alpi!  Alessandro has been participating in MSDN Translation Wiki since March 2013. Following are his responses to our prodding questions: Please tell us a bit about yourself. What is your background? “I worked in IT as a developer from 2000 to 2005 and as…

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“What does the MVP say?” – Introducing Juan Carlos González Martin

As the next interview in our series, today we’re bringing you someone who’s been in our MVP community for a while. We take great pleasure in presenting Juan Carlos González Martin! Please tell us a bit about yourself. What is your background? “My name is Juan Carlos González Martin and I am an IT Professional…

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