Friday Five: Shout out to our female MVPs!

It takes a village: Change management with Office 365 Susan Hanley is an Office Servers and Services MVP specializing in the “people side” of SharePoint and collaboration solutions. Her areas of expertise include strategy, knowledge management, information architecture, user adoption, governance and business value metrics. She is the co-author of three popular SharePoint books: Essential SharePoint 2007,…


Real Time Temperature WebApp with Raspberry, Azure IoT Hub and SignalR

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Office Server and Services MVP Luis Valencia. The IoT is exploding  – and everybody is talking about it; Twitter feeds are buzzing, and blog posts are flooded with information. However, for many of us mere mortals, it looks like rocket science. In this post, I will try to…


Happy December! We’re back with the Friday Five.

Delve For SharePoint Office 365 Manpreet Singh is a SharePoint Consultant based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He’s a Microsoft MVP for Office 365 Servers, and well as a C# Corner MVP. He’s worked on 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 and Office 365 versions of SharePoint. Manpreet is experienced in all aspects of SharePoint activities – such as migration,…


Use Visual Studio Team Services As A Continuous Integration Platform for GitHub

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Visual Studio and Development Technologies MVP Davide Benvegnù as part of our Technical Tuesday series with support from his technical editor, Windows Development MVP Marco Minerva.  GitHub is the de-facto standard platform for hosting Open Source projects. It has a lot of nice features, but it doesn’t have an…


Friday Five: Check Out What These MVPs Are Writing

TechNet Wiki Ninjas at MVP Global Summit Ken Cenerelli is a programmer, writer, software developer, and Microsoft MVP specializing in the Microsoft .NET Framework. He is active on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) where he contributes to several blogs, as well as on Microsoft TechNet as a technical wiki contributor. He is co-organizer of his…


Entity Framework Core and Cross-Database Support

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Visual Studio and Development Technologies MVP Shay Rojansky as part of our Technical Tuesday series with support from his technical editors, Data Platform MVP Erik Ejlskov Jensen, and Diego Vega, a member of the Entity Framework Team.  Just last week, Microsoft released Entity Framework (EF) Core 1.1.  EF Core is a total rewrite…


Around The World With MVPs: Tokyo

Here at the MVP Award blog, we love to highlight all the amazing communities our MVPs are involved in. Not only does this demonstrate just how engaged you all are, but we hope it also provides an opportunity to collaborate on events, share ideas, and bring our diverse community closer together. That said, this week we’re pleased…


Recap: MVP Global Summit 2016

It’s that time of year again, when our wonderful MVP community really has the chance to shine. We know you’re active and enthusiastic all year round, but it’s never more evident than during the Summit. This year, thousands of Microsoft community leaders from 73 countries took the trip to our headquarters in Redmond to celebrate…


Get ready for the weekend. We’re here with the Friday Five!

5 eBooks on Data Science and Analysis! Sergio Govoni has been a software developer for almost 20 years. He received a Computer Science degree from Italy State University in 2000. He’s since worked at Centro Software, which produces an international multi-company ERP on the Windows platform. At Centro Software, Sergio currently serves as Technical Lead…


Efficient IoT With Azure

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Visual Studio and Development Technologies MVP Alon Fliess as part of our Technical Tuesday series with support from his technical editor, Microsoft Azure MVP Eran Stiller. The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to evolve. Last year I wrote an introduction article about the subject and showed how you…