MVP Friday Five: October 14, 2011


Welcome to another MVP Friday Five! This week, we have five more MVP blogs for you filled with the kind of great tips, guidance and insight that you have come to expect from MVPs.

 

1. 10 Laps Around Silverlight 5 (Part 1 of 10)

By Silverlight: Architecture MVP Michael Crump | @mbcrump

In this series Michael covers the new features in Silverlight 5. He takes you step-by-step through the process of getting started with Silverlight 5 and then dives into the features that are the most important to you. 

 

2. How to Wake up a PC Using Waitable Timer

By Visual C++ MVP Youngjin Shin |@codemaru

Youngjin writes about the hidden function of Waitable timer in Windows PC to wake up your PC automatically at the time you would like to use it.

 

3. More Fun with Powershell and XML – Getting Flow Rule Source Attributes from an MA Config Table  

By Forefront Identity Manager MVP Carol Wapshere | @miss_miis

Carol shows you how she used powershell to extract a list of source attributes from management agents to get a list of AD user attributes synchronized by DirSync.

 

4. PASS Summit 2011 – The Final Day

By SQL Server MVP Allen White | @SQLRunr

In reading this post you almost feel like you are at the PASS Summit! Allen provides insight into activities on the final day.

 

5. 5 Minute Guide to Exposing .NET Component to COM Clients

By ASP.NET/IIS: Development MVP Li Chen

In this short post, Li shows how to create clean COM objects in .NET by watching out just a few simple things.

 

If you’re an MVP and would like your blog posts considered for our MVP Friday Five, please reach out to your MVP Lead or provide your URL in the comments section below!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (2)

  1. Leonard Lobel says:

    I recently blogged on the new THROW statement in SQL Server 2012, at http://bit.ly/lenniblog_THROW. Perhaps you can consider this for a future Friday Five.

    Thanks,

    ~ Lenni

  2. Dave Lloyd says:

    I just wrote a Blog that shows you how to set the AssemblyFileVersion to the same as your build number. Gripping Stuff. 🙂 Perhaps you would like to use it for the MVP Friday Five

    blogs.objectsharp.com/…/set-the-assemblyfileversion-to-match-the-build-number.aspx