MVP Mondays: Popular Posts from 2011

Every Monday, MVPs contribute guest posts filled with their expert knowledge to our blog. The result is our most popular series: MVP Mondays.  As the year comes to a close, we wanted to take a look back at some of our top viewed and most commented on stories from 2011. 


MVPs for Windows Phone 7: Quick Tips

By Windows Phone Development MVP Kevin Wolf | @ByteMaster

Originally Published: March 14, 2011


MVPs for SharePoint 2010: Office 365 – Enhance Productivity through SharePoint Online & Exchange Online

By SharePoint Server MVP Razi bin Rais | @razibinrais

Originally Published: May 9, 2011


MVPs for SharePoint 2010: Modifying Ribbon Fonts and Styles for Publishing Page HTML Field Controls

By SharePoint Server MVP Becky Bertram | @beckybertram

Originally Published: May 16, 2011


MVPs for SharePoint 2010: Debugging Techniques for SharePoint Online Applications

By SharePoint Server MVP Corey Roth |@coreyroth

Originally Published: May 31, 2011


MVPs for SharePoint 2010: Office 365: SharePoint Online & Instant Extranets

By SharePoint Server MVP Kris Wagner | @sharepointkris

Originally Published: June 6, 2011


MVPs for Office 365: SharePoint Designer Workflow Tasks and InfoPath 2010

By SharePoint Server MVP Laura Rogers | @WonderLaura

Originally Published: July 18, 2011


MVPs for Microsoft Dynamics: Microsoft Dynamics CRM – Building Consistency into Free Form Text Fields

By Dynamics CRM MVP Jerry Weinstock | @crminnovation

Originally Published: August 15, 2011


Using MVC as a REST Service that is Accessed by jQuery/JavaScript

By ASP.NET/IIS MVP John Petersen | @johnvpetersen

Originally Published: September 12, 2011


Automated Build-Deploy-Test using TFS 2010

By Visual Studio ALM MVP Anuj Chaudhary

Originally Published: October 17, 2011


Thanks to all of our MVP Monday contributors and Happy Holidays from the MVP Award Program Team!

MVP Monday

The MVP Monday Series is created by Melissa Travers. In this series we work to provide readers with a guest post from an MVP every Monday. Melissa is a Community Program Manager for Dynamics, Excel, Office 365, Platforms and SharePoint in the United States. She has been working with MVPs since her early days as Microsoft Exchange Support Engineer when MVPs would answer all the questions in the old newsgroups before she could get to them

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