MVPs in the Americas have been very busy creating and sharing how-to content on Microsoft’s leading learning channels, Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) and Channel 9!
Microsoft Virtual Academy provides free, online training to help developers, IT and data professionals, and students learn the latest technology, build their skills, and advance their careers. Channel 9 also provides lots of great free content for developers, IT pros, professionals and students but is heavily focused on content that is meant to drive community engagement, bringing users into an ongoing conversation. Recently Channel 9 reached out to MVPs to share content and they have responded in force! Contributing MVP Trevor Sullivan shared his thoughts on the collaboration.
“Channel 9 has a long history of providing high quality video content surrounding the Microsoft enterprise platform. By extending the ability for Microsoft MVP awardees to publish videos directly to the service, the amount of informational and training materials offered by Channel 9 will dramatically increase. Anyone who is interested in learning about software development, Microsoft Azure cloud services, and a variety of other topics, will have an even greater confidence in the resources that Channel 9 offers.”
MVPs in the Americas have created content in English, Spanish and Portuguese around multiple topics, including cloud, gaming, IoT, app development, productivity and a lot more. Here’s a snapshot of just some of the content that’s been created recently.
- US based MVP Scott Helmers created a three part series totaling almost 8 hours of in-depth Visio training, Becoming a Visio Power User for MVA and Channel 9 as well as Technical Deep Dive with Visio Pro for Office 365, which was delivered at Ignite and uploaded to Channel 9.
- Latin American MVPs have their own Channel 9 channel, which already has 107 how-to content! Many MVPs contributed, but here are a few that have recent contributions: Alberto Jose Escalona, Guillermo Delprato, Matias Iacono, Guillermo Sanchez, Alberto Jose Escalona, Enrique Dutra, Matias Quaranta, Hernán Guzmán Rendón, Javier Caceres and David Sanchez Aguilar.
- Canadian MVP Todd Lamothe created a three part series on Getting Started with Microsoft Azure Active Directory that was created for MVA and also uploaded Channel 9.
- US based MVP Trevor Sullivan contributed a multi-part series on PowerShell 5 to Channel 9.
- Brazilian MVP Marcelo Sincic created Plano de continuidade de negócios com System Center e Azure for MVA.
- Brazilian MVP André Ruschel created three videos for MVA. They are FreeBSD no Hyper-V, Backup de Máquinas virtuais Linux no Hyper-V and Integrando MAC OS em redes Microsoft.
- Brazilian MVP Renato Haddad created four videos for Channel 9. They are Como executar uma aplicação ASP.Net5 no Pend Drive via linha de comando, ASP.Net 5 com Entity Framework 7 no Execution Environment DNX, ASP.Net5 e o NET Execution Environment DNX and Treinamento de Linguagem Visual C Sharp.
- Brazilian MVP Bruno Sonnino created, Ferramentas de Debugging de UI no VS 2015 for Channel 9.
- Brazilian MVP Wellington Agapto created, Talk Cloud Show – EMS for Channel 9.
- Brazilian MVP Alexandre Chohfi created, Xamarin for Channel 9, (which has been viewed 13,204 times)!
- Brazilian MVP Rodolfo Fadino created, Visual Studio 2015 Preview for Channel 9.
- Brazilian MVP Eduardo Pires created, .Net 2015 for Channel 9
- Brazilian MVP André Baltieri created, ASP.Net on MAC/Linux and Apache Cordova Tools for Channel 9
- Brazilian MVP Fabrício Sanches created, Visual Studio 2013 Update 4 for Channel 9
If you’re an MVP and would like to know how you can contribute, reach out to your Community Program Manager (MVP Lead) and they’ll help you get started. You can also view a ton of great content created and delivered by MVPs for three different MVP Award Program hosted events that were uploaded to Channel 9! Here they are: