Catch Up on a Full Year of MVP Mondays

The Below is a guest post provided by Community Program Manager and MVP Monday Series Creator Melissa Travers

Just in case you missed one of our outstanding MVP Monday posts—or wanted to check out one again that you liked—we’re celebrating the whole 2011 series today. The MVP guest authoring series started in 2010 with the launch of Office 2010 with a special series called MVPs for Office 2010.  That 10 day run was so popular we made it a regular series: MVP Mondays.  The year 2011 marks the first full year of MVP contributions.  Here are some highlights:

  • 45 original articles
  • 38 MVPs contributing from 9 countries and 17 areas of technical expertise
  • Special themes around SharePoint 2010, Windows Phone 7, Office 365 and Developer
  • New this year are multi-language articles (five in 2011)

We’re looking forward to bringing you exciting new content in the coming year, including more multi-language articles as well as product specific themes.  Thanks to our readers for making this series so successful and a special thanks to our MVP contributors for 2011 for taking the time to share their expertise.  Quite simply they rock!

To view the article written by each MVP, please click on the article name.


MVPs for Office 365: Getting Ready for Office 365

By Office 365 MVP Chad Mosman 


MVPs for Office 365: How to create a secured kiosk access with Office 365?

By Office 365 MVP Arnaud Alcabez


MVPs for Office 365: MVP Award Program Interviews our Office 365 Guest Bloggers!

Office 365 MVPs Chad Mosman, Myles Jefferey, Arnaud Alcabez, Brett Hill, Daniel Trautman, Zoltan Zombory, and Martina Grom


MVPs for Office 365: Microsoft Demonstrates Commitment to Service Updates

By Office 365 MVP Brett Hill



MVPs for Windows Phone 7: How To Sync Multiple Notebooks in OneNote Mobile on Windows Phone 7

By Windows Phone MVP Adam Lein


MVPs for Windows Phone 7: Syncing Outlook 2010 and Window Phone

By Windows Phone MVP Trent McMurray


MVPs for Windows Phone 7: Quick Tips

By Windows Phone Development MVP Kevin Wolf


MVPs for Office 365: Organize Your Information Better in SharePoint Online Office 365 with Managed Metadata

By Office 365 MVP Myles Jeffery



Office 2010: Save Time and Create Incredible Content with Word 2010

By Office System MVP Stephanie Kreiger


MVPs for Windows Phone 7: Out of Box Experience – Windows Live ID and the Benefits to Having One For Your Windows Phone 7

By Windows Phone MVP Trent McMurray


MVPs for Windows Phone 7: Blogging While on the Move with a Windows Phone

By Windows Phone MVP Todd Ogasawara


MVPs for Windows Phone 7: Building Location Service Applications in Windows Phone 7

By Windows Phone Development MVP Wei-Meng Lee



MVPs for SharePoint 2010: Debugging Techniques for SharePoint Online Applications

By SharePoint Server MVP Corey Roth


MVPs for SharePoint 2010: Rolling up News Articles in SharePoint Server 2010 with the Content Query Web Part

By SharePoint Server MVP Randy Drisgill


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

By SharePoint Server MVP Becky Bertram


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

By SharePoint Server MVP Razi bin Rais


MVPs for SharePoint 2010: Quick Tips for Improving Search in SharePoint 2010

By SharePoint Server MVP John Ross



MVPs for Office 365: Lync Online Federation

By Lync MVP David Lim


MVPs for SharePoint 2010: Using Azure ACS v2 to Authenticate External Systems Users

By SharePoint Server MVP David Martos


MVPs for SharePoint 2010: Practical SharePoint Governance for Everyone

By SharePoint Server MVP Kanwal Khipple


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

By SharePoint Server MVP Kris Wagner



MVPs for SharePoint 2010: Managing Metadata

By SharePoint Server MVP Liam Cleary


MVPs for SharePoint 2010: Why Social Networking on SharePoint 2010?

By SharePoint Server MVP Natalya Voskresenskaya


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

By SharePoint Server MVP Laura Rogers


MVPs for Office 365: How-To Administer Office 365 through the Exchange Control Panel

By Exchange Server MVP J. Peter Bruzzese



MVPs for Exchange Online: Calling Exchange Online PowerShell Cmdlets from C#

By Exchange Server MVP Mike Pfeiffer


MVPs for Office 2010: The Beauty of Transitions in PowerPoint 2010

By PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw


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

By CRM MVP Jerry Weinstock


MVPs for Office 365: Establishing Calendar Sharing between Office 365 Customers

By Office 365 MVP Loryan Strant



Getting Up and Running with the TFS 2010 Object Model

By Visual Studio ALM MVP Jeff Bramwell


Getting Started with the Silverlight 5 Release Candidate

By Silverlight MVP Michael Crump


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

By Visual FoxPro MVP John Petersen


Did You Miss This Top MVP Guest Post On SharePoint Governance?

By SharePoint MVP Kanwal Khipple



Getting the Most out of the Kinect SDK

By Silverlight MVP Michael Crump


Displaying Lync Online Meeting Appointment Details using the EWS Managed API

By Exchange Server MVP Glen Scales


Automated Build-Deploy-Test using TFS 2010

By Visual Studio ALM MVP Anuj Chaudhary


Applying Document Retention in SharePoint 2010

By SharePoint Server MVP Becky Bertram



PowerPoint 2010 and Excel 2010: Perfect Partners for Tracking Projects

By PowerPoint MVP Glenna Shaw


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

By French Forefront: Architecture MVP Lionel Leperlier


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

By French Surface: Development MVP Nicolas Calvi


Ever Heard of the ReportViewer Control?: Getting reacquainted with the ReportViewer for developers who don’t understand its potential

By Data Platform Development: Training MVP William Vaughn



Information Architecture in a SharePoint Context | Architecture d’Information dans un contexte SharePoint

By French-Canadian SharePoint Server MVP Alain Lord


Windows 7 Quick Tips | Petites Astuces Windows 7

By French Windows Expert Consumer MVP Michel Martin


Asynchronous Programming with the Reactive Extensions (while waiting for async/await) | Programmation Asynchrone avec les Reactive Extensions (en attendant async/await)

By French Canadian Visual C# MVP Jerome Laban



Melissa Travers

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


 UPDATED: January 4, 2012


Comments (1)

  1. NextHop says:

    Lync MVPs are a fountain of deep knowledge on Lync Server. But keeping up with the dozens of great articles

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