Kick Up Your Feet And Relax, It’s Time For The Friday Five

Move An Azure Subscription To A Different AD Directory Oscar Garcia is a Software Solutions Architect who resides in Sunny South Florida. He is a Microsoft MVP and certified solutions developer with many years of experience building solutions using .Net framework and multiple open source frameworks. Currently, he specializes in building cloud solutions using technologies like ASP.NET, NodeJS,…


Q&A: MVP Karen Payne Talks With Us About Being A Transgender Woman In Tech 

If you were at last year’s MVP Global Summit, you might remember Karen Payne. The VSDT MVP presented at the Summit’s very first Diversity & Inclusion Reception about her experience as a transgender woman in tech, and how she mentors others to meet their full potential. Her story has also been featured on The New York…


Watch MVP Daron Yondem Present On The Serverlesss Framework, And More On The Friday Five

Channel 9: Light up your Microservices with the Serverless Framework Daron Yondem has been a Microsoft Regional Director since 2009 and an MVP since 2008. He is a regular speaker at international conferences focusing on Microservices and Serverless. Daron currently works as a CTO in XOMNI Inc, a cloud company building PAAS offerings for retailers. Follow…


Friday Five: HoloLens, ASP.NET, Office 365 And More

Move An Azure Subscription To A Different AD Directory Oscar Garcia is a Software Solutions Architect who resides in Sunny South Florida. He is a Microsoft MVP and certified solutions developer with many years of experience building solutions using .Net framework and multiple open source frameworks. Currently, he specializes in building cloud solutions using technologies like ASP.NET, NodeJS,…


Learn How To Work With Azure File Sync, And More On The Friday Five

Map Multiple Calendars To One In SharePoint 2013 And 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…


Q&A with MVP Andy Mallon: ‘I’m never going to make everyone happy, but I’d like to make as many groups of people happy as possible.’

Meet Data Platform MVP Andy Mallon. He’s the founder of BostonSQL, and the co-organizer of SQL Saturday Boston. And while he’s certainly an SQL expert, that’s not all: he also knows his fair share about holding inclusive events.   Last year, he organized an LGBT meet-up at PASS Summit that raised more than $3000 for the Trevor…


The MVP Show in Norway: An Interview With MVP Iris Classon

On the MVP Show, Senior Technical Evangelist Seth Juarez travels the world to meet MVPs on the frontline of innovation. And we’re excited to announce today the MVP Show has released its fifth episode – this time, we’re headed to Stavanger, Norway!   Seth meets with Visual Studio and Development Technologies MVP Iris Classon on today’s episode. She’s a software developer and…


Building Immersive Apps Using The Mixed Reality Toolkit

Editor’s note: The following post was written by Windows Development MVP Senthamil Selvan as part of our Technical Tuesday series. Danae Aguilar of the MVP Award Blog Technical Committee served as the technical reviewer for this piece. With the release of the Fall Creator Update (FCU) for Windows 10, Microsoft is entering into the Mixed Reality market. In this…


Delve Into ‘Project Honolulu’ For Windows Server, And More On The Friday Five

Microsoft Teams Announces External Access, With Caveats Sonia Cuff has over 20 years experience in IT as a systems administrator and architect.  She started out in banking and government/defense with Microsoft and IBM software platforms. After supporting Small & Medium Businesses as a Managed Service Provider,Sonia now acts as a consulting virtual CIO with her…


PowerPoint 2016 and Excel 2016: Perfect Partners for Visualizing Time

Editor’s note: The following post was written by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw as part of our Technical Tuesday series.  When PowerPoint Designer’s new timeline feature was released I loved it. But I also thought, “What if you’re using a custom theme or running an earlier version of PowerPoint?” In this, I was inspired to see what you could…