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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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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Presenting our “Moderator of the Month” for June 2013 – Minsu Jung (정민수)

Minsu has been a prolific and energetic participant since joining our Translation Wiki community at the beginning of this year. After working as an embedded SW developer for about six years, he’s been with EN-CORE as a DB application developer for Windows with MFC for over a year. Minsu’s initial interest in moving from a Translation Wiki…

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Featured partner of the week – Wrocław University of Technology

 Some of the most notable highlights of our university project resulted from our work with Wrocław University of Technology. These folks were not only professional, flexible, and accommodating to work with, but also took the prize for providing the largest volume of edited content. And at the   same time they demonstrated outstanding commitment to quality…

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Featured partner of the week – VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava

It was clear from the start that working with VŠB-Technical University on the localization of our Czech MSDN Visual Studio 2012 content would be smooth sailing. The professor and students were diligent in their work, and clearly knowledgeable of the necessary tools and processes. They skillfully navigated any obstacles, and contributed to the project’s overall…

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Featured partner of the week – University of Verona

    We take great pleasure in presenting our Italian MSDN Visual Studio 2012 Developer Content localization partner! The University of Verona is one of the largest universities in Italy with more than 20,000 students per year and a computer science department ranking first in the country. It was no wonder that we enjoyed both top-notch project…

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Demonstrate and improve your translation skills while boosting your technical knowledge!

When browsing for technical information on MSDN in your language, do you ever say to yourself  “I could do a better job translating this”? MSDN Translation Wiki gives you this opportunity by allowing you to propose your own edits to developer content. Better yet, upon approval of your proposed edits, you’ll have evidence of your translation…

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Localized content updates for Visual Studio 2012

Developer content writing teams are continuously working to improve the quality of documentation and to support quarterly updates for Visual Studio. And for the first time, the developer content localization team has been working on corresponding updates in the 13 languages we support. Last week, we released our second localized content update for Visual Studio…

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Translation Wiki for Visual Studio 2012

We are pleased to announce that the MSDN Translation Wiki project has been expanded for Visual Studio 2012. MSDN Translation Wiki is a wiki environment that allows users to read and edit MSDN Library online content for Visual Studio and .NET Framework with an editor. It consists of a combination of human and Machine Translation so the…

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Welcome to the Cloud and Enterprise International Content Team!

Want to know what it’s like to publish almost 20 million words of IT Pro and developer content in more than 20 different languages? Are you interested in the new and exciting improvements we are implementing to enhance the technical documentation and international user experience? Are you looking for new ways to increase your MSDN…

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