Open Spaces at DevConnections Las Vegas

Next week, many will be attending the DevConnections conference in Las Vegas, Nevada–where industry experts can connect with Microsoft to discuss exciting technologies and next generation strategies. On Wednesday, November 3rd, the Microsoft MVP Award Program will be sponsoring Open Spaces at DevConnections. We invite you to join us for snacks and drinks at the…

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Special Edition: Live Chat to Learn More About SharePoint from the MVP Experts and the Microsoft Certified Masters!

  Do you have questions about SharePoint? Want to learn more about SharePoint 2010?  In this special event the Microsoft Certified Masters (MCM) for SharePoint will be joining the SharePoint MVPs from around the world for their monthly live chat. These popular Q&A events are a great opportunity to tap into the vast knowledge of…

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Pre-PDC event for MVPs!

Prior to the kick-off of PDC 10 on the Microsoft campus in Redmond, WA. We’ll be featuring NDA sessions with Microsoft product experts and hosting an evening mixer at The Commons for MVPs coming to PDC 10 or those who are in the area (PDC attendance is not a requirement). This MVP-Only Event will be…

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MVPs for Office and SharePoint 2010: Project Swimlane Reports in 4 Easy Steps

Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post by MVP Andrew Lavinsky as part of the MVP Award Program Blog’s “MVPs for Office and SharePoint 2010” series. Andrew Lavinsky is a Managing Consultant with Catapult Systems’ Houston office, where he focuses on implementing Microsoft technologies to enable organizational performance improvement.  As a professional trainer and…

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MVPs for Office and SharePoint 2010: Drag & Drop Resource Management with MS Project

Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post by Project MVP Tim Runcie as part of the MVP Award Program Blog’s “MVPs for Office and SharePoint 2010” series. Tim is the president of Advisicon Inc., an international consulting, application development and training services firm. When I was asked to write a quick overview of one…

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Windows7ako Meetup for IE9 Beta

One of the things MVPs are known for is seeking out great ways to support the community. We hear stories like this often, and wanted to share this example with you. Recently Philippines Windows Desktop Experience MVP Chay Saputil helped pull together an IE9 developer briefing for the Windows7ako Facebook community. While she was engaged…

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Congratulations to new and re-awarded MVPs!

On October 1, 2010, 206 extraordinary community leaders from around the world were notified that they were awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award for the first time and 1014 MVPs were re-awarded. Announcements are made quarterly and each year over 4,000 MVPs are honored. The MVP Award recognizes inspiring, trusted, and independent experts who…

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MVPs for Office and SharePoint 2010: InfoPath 2010

Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post by MVP Ludovic Lefort as part of the MVP Award Program Blog’s “MVPs for Office and SharePoint 2010” series. Ludovic Lefort has been a SharePoint Server Consultant, MVP for three years, and is active in various technical communities. He is responsible for the SharePoint Topic of developpez.com…

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