Tech Insights Southeast Asia 2011

The 2-day Tech Insights Southeast Asia 2011 kicked off with on November 16th – 17th. This technical community event was led and powered by a group of Southeast Asia MVPs and community influencers from across the globe including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Sri Lanka. At this two day event speakers (half of which were MVPs)…


PowerPoint 2010 and Excel 2010: Perfect Partners for Tracking Projects

Editor’s Note: The Following MVP Monday post is by PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw.   The challenge for every project manager is to keep their project on track, on time and on budget and the best way to accomplish this is to have up to date, reliable information and real time communications.  While Microsoft Project is…


MVP Friday Five November 25, 2011

Welcome to another MVP Friday Five. We’ve rounded up a great collection of articles written by five MVPs from the last couple of weeks. As always, they share their expert knowledge in the form of tips, how-to’s and walkthrough’s.  We know you’ll enjoy this sampling of the contributions MVPs make to the tech community every week!  …


Visiting MVPs Around the World

The following post is by NestorPortillo, director of Community and Online Support at Microsoft. In the last two months I’ve had the opportunity to attend many of the MVP Open Days around the world, as well as TechEd Brazil. What I saw in every visit is the strong community that MVPs are building among themselves. MVPs…


How DPM 2010 Could Protect Forefront TMG 2010 with a Minimum Opening of Feeds | Proteger Son Serveur Forefront TMG 2010 Avec DPM 2010

Editor’s Note: The Following MVP Monday post is by French Forefront: Architecture MVP Lionel Leperlier. This post is also available in English below. Introduction Lorsque l’on souhaite protéger son serveur Forefront TMG au travers de Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2010, l’on applique naturellement les ports requis listé sur l’article officiel suivant : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff399341.aspx….


MVP Friday Five November 18, 2011

We are so excited to share today’s MVP Friday Five with you! We have a great line-up of articles from MVPs this week covering events MVPs attended, MVP favorite tools and great MVP tips on keeping your system safe. This is just a small sample of the great tips, insight and information MVPs contribute to…


SQL Azure MVP Herve Roggero on the Value of Being an MVP

We caught up with SQL Azure MVP Herve Roggero at the recent PASS Summit in Seattle. We spoke with Herve and Product Manager for SQL Azure, Cihan Biyikoglu, about the relationship between MVPs and Microsoft in the SQL Azure community. Herve also offered to share his thoughts on the value he has found in his first year as…


Basis of Tactile Programming with WPF4 and Surface 2.0 SDK | Bases de la Programmation Tactile avec WPF4 et le SDK

Today’s MVP Monday post comes from French Surface: Development MVP Nicolas Calvi and is provided in both French and English. Bases de la programmation tactile avec WPF4 et le SDK Gestuelles Programmation tactile avec WPF 4 Extension de la programmation avec le SDK Surface 2.0 Intégration avec MVVM Dans cet article on va aborder quelques approches basiques…


MVP Friday Five: November 11, 2011

Today is Friday, which means it’s time for another MVP Friday Five! MVPs were posting some great content this week and we are excited to bring you a taste of it with five articles written by MVPs. As always, all five posts have great tips and information across a variety of technical expertise.   1….


Silverlight MVP Brian Noyes on DevConnection 2011

Editor’s Note: The Following a post by Silverlight MVP Brian Noyes It was a great week at the DevConnections Las Vegas fall conference and I thought it would be good to write a short post about the conference and why I think more developers should target this conference whenever they get a chance to attend one. This…