New LATAM MVP Community Site Launches in Silverlight!

A new community site named MSBlgos.ms, has just launched where you can find a growing list of Latin American MVP Blogs. This site is built on Silverlight technologies and looks great. Take a look at the site here, and you can subscribe to the site RSS feed here.   Technorati Tags: MVP Award Program,MSBlogs.ms,Silverlight Share…

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Zune MVP Brings Twitter To The Social

Zune MVP Marques Lyons and Shane Deseranno have launched a new community initiative using Twitter called #zunetune. The idea is that Zune users on Twitter, submit the #zunetune hashtag along with the songs that they are listening to. This allows other Twitter users to learn all about the different music the Zune community is enjoying!…

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Chinese MVP Finds A Place For Excel At Home

MVP Qing Lin Zhou, has great passion for Microsoft Excel. Developed from scratch, he runs the largest Chinese Microsoft Office community in the world at Excel Home! Excel Home was created with the goal of improving the Chinese user experience with Microsoft Office. The site offers a vibrant community of people dedicated to improving their…

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Xbox MVP Shows His Passion For Gaming

Watch Xbox MVP James McCormick as he discusses gaming, his MVP Award and his community website, http://www.pregamelobby.com on the SignOnSanDiego.com website! Sign on San Diego, features a video demonstrating the trend of gaming among adults and highlights a diverse group of adult gamers who debunk the stereotype, that gaming is a ‘teen-only hobby’. Overall, a…

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Taiwan MVP Releases New ASP.NET 3.5 Book

Taiwan MVP Alex Chang is the author of a new book entitled, “ASP.NET 3.5 chart & practical modules using C#”. The book is aimed to learn the latest ASP.NET control, drawing all kinds of charts. Alex shares several practical modules base on his rich development experience to help you learn more about development skills. The…

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Spanish MVP Presents A Fresh Outlook

MVP Pilar Arguiñáriz Lusarreta shares her Outlook webcasts on the Spanish TechNet site. In addition Pilar has posted 17 helpful training videos on Community Clips and YouTube. Check out more Office resources on Pilar’s community website. Please note – webcasts are in Spanish Language. Technorati Tags: MVP Award Program,Outlook,MVP Pilar Arguiñáriz Lusarreta Share this post…

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Australia Recognises Its First Visually Impaired MVP

Picture Credit – Vision Australia MVP Kenny Johar was recently awarded the Microsoft MVP Award, for his contributions towards Internet Explorer. He has carved out a successful IT career by helping to make technology, more accessible to Australia’s visually impaired. News of his Award, was also picked up by The Australian newspaper and you can…

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Dynamics MVP recognised for contribution to Support Debugging Tool!

Dynamics MVP Mariano Gomez, has been recently recognised for his technical contribution and beta testing efforts in the latest build of Support Debugging Tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP. Mariano’s blog article on Sending emails with Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) and Dexterity formed the basis of the emailing by SMTP (Simple Mail Transport Protocol) functionality now…

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MVP Excels In Professional Development

MVP Rob Bovey, along with his fellow authors have collaborated together on a new book entitled, “Professional Excel Development: The Definitive Guide to Developing Applications Using Microsoft Excel, VBA, and .NET”. The book looks at a number of best practices for planning, architecting and building Excel applications that are robust, secure, easy to maintain and…

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SQL Server MVP Hosts Live Webcast!

SQL Server MVP Artemakis Artemiou, (User Group Lead, SQL Server MVP and INETA-Europe Country Leader for Cyprus) will deliver a talk regarding Microsoft SQL Server 2008 programmability features and T-SQL Enhancements. By attending the webcast you can learn how the T-SQL enhancements in SQL Server 2008 enable developers to be more productive, and create robust…

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