Friday Five: Check Out What These MVPs Are Writing


ken-cenerelliTechNet Wiki Ninjas at MVP Global Summit

Ken Cenerelli is a programmer, writer, software developer, and Microsoft MVP specializing in the Microsoft .NET Framework. He is active on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) where he contributes to several blogs, as well as on Microsoft TechNet as a technical wiki contributor. He is co-organizer of his local .NET User Group and has been a technical reviewer on multiple technology books. He is also an avid speaker at conferences and user groups in Ontario, Canada.

Follow him on Twitter @KenCenerelli.

 

 

donna-edwardsGetting to Know Microsoft Teams

Donna Edwards is a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP).  She has been working with the Dynamics CRM application since with version 1.2.  She partners with all levels of an organization to develop, deliver and support flexible, scalable solutions that simultaneously address short-term business requirements and long-term strategic growth objectives.

Her skill-set includes: pre-sales support, solution design/architecture, functional consulting, requirements definition & analysis, business process engineering, process improvement and automation, end user adoption, system administrator and end user training, support, and ISV solutions.

Follow her on Twitter @edwardsdna

 

Luis EstebanSimple Listview With Datatables on Sharepoint Framework Webpart

Luis Valencia is an Office Server and Services MVP living in Medellin, Colombia. He’s the CTO of Software Estrategico, and has nearly more than 15 years of experience using Microsoft technologies – and about 8 of those years have been in the Sharepoint world. Luis is an active person in the community, as he organizes meet ups on various topics including Sharepoint, Azure, and web stack technologies.

Follow him on Twitter @levalencia

 

 

dale-howard

Planning and Tracking Overtime Work

Dale Howard is the Director of Education for Sensei Project Solutions. He is based in St. Louis, Missouri. He’s the co-author of 21 books on Microsoft Project, Project Online, and Project Server. He was voted the “Best Presenter” by conference participants at the Project Conference in 2012.

Follow him on Twitter @DaleHowardMVP.

 

manuel-meyer

.NET Power Tips

Manuel Meyer is a senior consultant and trainer for .NET. and a Microsoft MVP. He works for Trivadis AG, a Switzerland based consulting company.  He regularly shares his knowledge in technical articles or as a speaker at conferences. You can find him at www.manuelmeyer.net.

Follow him on Twitter @manumeyer1
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