Friday Five: Insight Into ASP.NET, Azure Functions, Hololens And More

Running ProjectOnline With PowerShell In Azure Using Azure Functions  Paul Mather is the Head of PPM Solution Architecture at CPS, based in the UK. Paul has been involved in successful Project Server, Project Online and SharePoint deployments since 2007, working with all Project Server versions and other supporting Microsoft technologies. Paul regularly blogs and is active on Project and…


Staying Agile: The MVP Award Program Announces New Benefits for MVPs

At the MVP Award Program, we have agility ingrained in our DNA, and we’re on a nonstop journey to create an amazing experience for MVPs worldwide! We’ve made some great steps forward recently, celebrating our first annual award cycle and welcoming Xamarin MVPs into the program. However, we’re not finished yet, and are continuing to advance together to bring some awesome new resources to our…


Working With Multiple Windows In UWP Using MVVM

Editors note: The following post was written by Windows Development MVP Ricardo Pons, as part of our Technical Tuesday series.  I’ve been working on a LOB application for almost two years, which has many forms, charts and business rules.  A new requirement also came up, in which the application needed multiple windows that used existing…


Friday Five: SharePoint Customizations, The Future Of Microsoft DirectAccess, And More

The Beginner’s 10-step Guide To Managing SharePoint Customizations Matthias Einig is an Office Servers and Services MVP and the CEO and founder of Rencore, the company behind the SharePoint Code Analysis Framework (SPCAF) and SPTransformator. Matthias speaks regularly at international SharePoint and ALM conferences and community events and organizes SharePoint Saturday Stockholm, SharePoint Saturday Munich…


Integrating Azure Security Center Into Your Workday

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP Timothy Warner as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Daron Yondem of the MVP Award Blog Technical Committee served as the technical reviewer for this piece. Hey, I get it. You are a busy Azure administrator. Your company is moving more and more of its workloads…


Stay Up To Date With This Week’s Friday Five

Part 1: Deploying Microsoft Intune PFX Connector In An Enterprise World As lead consultant and a Microsoft MVP, Ronny de Jong works for InSpark, the #1 Dutch Microsoft Cloud Integrator specialized in hybrid datacenter, modern workplace, business apps & managed services. Ronny’s primary focus is on Enterprise Mobility, Identity & Access management and Data & Threat protection….


How I Got Started with Azure Machine Learning

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Data Platform MVP Kathi Kellenberger as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Last year, Microsoft announced a unique opportunity for the data geeks among us. They introduced a Data Science certificate program using Microsoft tools that’s available on EdX. This program is free to audit and relatively…


Bringing Communities Together: Xamarin MVPs Join the Microsoft MVP Award Program

The Microsoft MVP Award Program and Xamarin MVP Program share a common bond in recognizing leaders who make outstanding contributions to the technical communities. In fact, the Xamarin developer community was inspired by its Microsoft counterpart, and we’ve taken steps to bring our communities closer together, including recognizing Microsoft MVPs for their work with Xamarin.   With agility in our DNA, we’re continuing to move forward in our mission to recognize the very best community leaders. With…


Hello, September! Here’s The Friday Five

SQLskills SQL101: Practicing Disaster Decovery Paul S. Randal is the CEO of SQLskills.com and a long-time SQL Server MVP. Paul is based in Redmond, WA, USA and is hugely active in the SQL Server community, from user groups to his waits library, to helping out on Twitter. He worked on the SQL Server team for 9 years before leaving in…


Creating distributed workflows with Azure Durable Functions

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Visual Studio and Development Technologies MVP Tamir Dresher as part of our Technical Tuesday series Mia Chang of the MVP Award Blog Technical Committee served as the technical reviewer for this piece. Creating a distributed system is not an easy task. Besides writing the code that does…