“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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“What does the MVP say?” – Introducing Lionel Leperlier

As the second feature in our MVP interview series, today we’re happy to present to you Lionel Leperlier! Lionel began participating in our MSDN Translation Wiki on March 18, 2013. We asked him a few questions about himself and his experience, and here’s what he had to share: Please tell us a bit about yourself….

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“What does the MVP say?” – Introducing Thierry Deman

  As the first part of our MVP interview series, we’d like to present to you Thierry Deman!  Thierry has been participating in our MSDN Translation Wiki community since about March 2013. Following are some things he has to say about his experience:   Please tell us a bit about yourself. What is your background? “I…

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Introducing the new mini-series “What does the MVP say?”

The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award is an annual award given to outstanding members of Microsoft’s technical communities. Individuals are nominated by their peers or by Microsoft, based on their community contributions. Nominees are chosen from traditional and emerging community venues – including public forums, newsgroups, third-party web sites, user groups, event speakers, book…

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Announcing simship of Visual Studio 2013 content in 14 languages!

Whew, it’s been busy around here lately! Last week we simultaneously released MSDN Library Developer content to support the exciting new Visual Studio 2013 features in English andthirteen localized languages – Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Czech, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish. Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 provides a comprehensive,…

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Are you using our new Terminology Service API yet?

You might have already heard the buzz about this great new development earlier this month. If not, we want to make sure you’ve got the news that you can now programmatically call Microsoft terminology and user interface translations in over 100 languages using Terminology Service API! A lot of useful information has already been summarized…

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Featured partner of the week – Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA)

  This week we’d like to present our university partner for the translation and post-editing of our Brazilian Portuguese MSDN Visual Studio 2012 content! Here’s some information about this institution and the experience of working on this project from the current project director, Thiago Rocha: “The Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA) is a public university…

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Are you wondering how to get more points and awards? Let us show you how!

We’re sure you already know that you can earn Recognition Points and Achievement Medals for the community content contributions you make through MSDN Translation Wiki. But did you ever think, “I want more, and I want it now!”, and just weren’t quite clear on the best way to go about it? It’s pretty easy, since…

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Featured partner of the week – Technical University of Madrid

  This university partnership was a bit different from any other university projects, in that just a few students from Technical University of Madrid (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, UPM) were reviewing work performed by a South  American  university on the Spanish MSDN Visual Studio 2012 content. The UPM holds double recognition as a Campus of International Excellence,…

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