SharePoint MVP Looks at New “Features”

  SharePoint MVP Scot Hillier, has written a project for the CodePlex site called "SharePoint 2007 Features". “Features” adds new functionality to a SharePoint 2007 farm, site collection, or site. Some of the project highlights include a debugger, log viewer, print list, and toolbar manager. CodePlex is Microsoft’s open source project hosting web site, for…

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SQL Server Offers Free Cheat Sheet!

SQL Server MVP Pinal Dave from Gujarat, India was a speaker at “Unconference” during the recent Microsoft TechEd India 2009. During his talk, Pinal had a unique giveaway for the attendees of his session – A SQL Server Cheat Sheet! This useful one-page sheet has been prepared in keeping with the needs of all developers….

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Indonesian MVP Releases Open Source IIS Log Analyzer!

Indonesian Visual C# MVP Agus Kurniawan is the C# community leader for the Indonesia .NET Developer Community (INDC). Agus has created an exciting new open source project called “Indihiang”. The project is an Internet Information Server (IIS) Log Analyzer and is designed to help I.T. administrators, programmers and architects to analyze IIS log files graphically….

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French MVPs Release New Windows Server 2008 Book

French MVPs Freddy Elmaleh and Thierry Deman have recently released a new book entitled, “Windows Server 2008: Advanced Administration". The book is designed for Windows systems administrators and engineers who wish to acquire and master knowledge of Windows Server 2008. Reader will find chapters relating to Active Directory, DFS. Hyper-V and VPNs. The new R2…

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MVPs Headline at 3rd Microsoft Community Day!

Join MVPs Ilse van Criekinge and Gill Cleeren and 8 fellow MVPs for the third Microsoft Community day! Eleven Microsoft User Groups combine their efforts to organise this unique networking and knowledge sharing event. Join the members of eleven Microsoft User Groups to learn about Microsoft’s latest developments and technologies such as, Exchange 2010, Silverlight…

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Indian MVP Inspired by Silverlight 3!

  MVP Vikram Pendse has produced an 8-part series on Silverlight 3, that could easily serve as a Silverlight 3 primer! Each post covers one topic, and is comprehensive with code snippets and screenshots. The posts are loosely isolated in content, so you can directly jump to the one you want to read. Vikram is…

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Portland Welcomes Code Camp!

SQL Server MVP Arnie Rowland and Connected Systems MVP Stuart Celarier bring the Portland, Oregon tech community together with the 2009 Portland Code Camp! Portland Code Camp takes place on May 30th, 2009 and attempts to bridge the gap between Open Source and .NET technologies, as well as bring developers and database specialists together. You…

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MVP offers advice on Green Computing

MVP Mark Minasi recently posted some suggestions on how computer users can ensure their old computer equipment doesn’t end up in landfill sites.  In his Windows IT Pro article, Mark suggests a number of ways to recycle old, yet fully functioning computer hard drives. Interestingly, he also mentions novel ways to recycle old circuits boards…

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Indian MVP Releases Free SQL Server Ebook!

SQL Server MVP Jacob Sebastian from Ahmedabad, India has just released a new free Ebook entitled, “The Art of XSD – SQL Server XML Schema Collections”. This Ebook is designed to help database developers learn and use XML Schema collections in SQL Server. The Art of XSD starts with the basics of XML schemas and…

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SharePoint MVPs Love to Podcast!

SharePoint MVP Rob Foster produces the SharePoint Pod Show podcast. The podcast first began in July 2008 and is a collaboration of various MVPs including Eric Shupps, Nick Swan, Rob Bogue, Bill English, David Mann, Andrew Connell, Todd Bleeker, Ted Pattison, Shane Young, Todd Klindt and Spence Harbar. A range of topics are discussed by…

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