#FridayFive to get your weekend off to a great start!

Installing Windows Insider Builds on a Low Capacity Tablet: Windows and Devices for IT MVP Barb Bowman SQL Server Hardware Sizing: Data Platform MVP Hamid J. Fard Branding the Office Login Page: Windows and Devices for IT MVP Akfash Ahamed Abdul Latibu @akfash Dependency Injection in ASP.Net Core: Windows Development MVP Janak Shrestha @janaks09  Database…


Key Steps in Developing .NET Core Applications

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Microsoft Azure MVP Damir Dobric as part of our Technical Tuesday series with support from his technical editor, Windows Development MVP Andreas Erben. .NET Core is the new big thing in the .NET universe, no question. However, there are many differences in the .NET framework, which possibly…


Say “hello” to the weekend: #FridayFive!

Configuring YubiKey/Yubico OATH Token with Microsoft Azure MFA Server: Enterprise Mobility MVP Santhosh Sivarajan @Santhosh_Sivara Working with Partitions in Service Fabric:: Microsoft Azure MVP Damir Dobric @ddobric Microsoft Steps into the Spotlight at Open Source DevNation 2016: Microsoft Azure MVP Jason Milgram @jmilgram Scheduling Skype For Business Server Reporting: Office Servers and Services MVP Dino…


Accessing and deleting large e-mails in Gmail with C#

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Windows Development MVP Bruno Sonnino as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Introduction I am a long time user of Gmail, and I usually don’t delete any email, I just archive the emails after reading and processing them, to keep my inbox clean. Last week, I got…


And now, your #FridayFive!

@Ch9 Real time data aggregation: Microsoft Azure MVP Herve Roggero Enable explicit DKIM signing in Office 365: Office Servers and Services MVP Gareth Gudger @SuperTekBoy Posting my PSU 2016 MacAdmins Conference presentation: Word MVP William Smith @meck Office 2016 Error “We’re sorry but this feature appears to be broken and needs to be repaired. Use…


PowerPoint and Excel: Perfect Partners for Communicating Your Data’s Story

Editor’s note: The following post was written by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw as part of our Technical Tuesday series. I’m a huge fan of the Hierarchy of Knowledge theory which is also known as the DIKW pyramid. Basically, it says there are four steps to transform data to wisdom. Gather the data Organize into information…


Please join us in welcoming the July MVP Awardees!

  Today 1,085 technical community leaders around the world received an email announcing they’ve received the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award. Congratulations to all! Over the past year, they’ve demonstrated their deep commitment to helping others make the most of their technology, voluntarily sharing their passion and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products. The MVP Award…


Creating Nuget Packages

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Windows Development MVP Houssem Dellai as part of our Technical Tuesday series.   Introduction Nuget package is a tool that adds functionality into Visual Studio application projects. The goal of this tutorial is to show how to create, test and publish nuget packages that can add files,…


Greet the weekend with this #FridayFive!

Kinect-enabled VR holds productivity promise: Windows Development MVP Vincent Guigui @VincentGuigui Azure Data Factory and Decoding the Tech-Speak to see if ADF is for You: Microsoft Azure MVP Jason Milgram @jmilgram Death by PowerPoint? No Such Thing: PowerPoint MVP Ric Bretschneider @ricbret DirectAccess Load Balancing Video: Cloud and Data Center Management MVP Richard Hicks @richardhicks #Ch9…


MVP Open Days sweep through EMEA

Over the last few months, nearly a thousand MVPs, Regional Directors (RDs), Microsoft Student Partners (MSPs) and OSS influencers have come together for Open Days across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) to meet with members of Microsoft teams. They shared best practices, learned about what’s coming up with Microsoft technologies and deepened ties…