MVP TV – Gaze into the Crystal Ball: Reporting in Team System Made Easy!

So very popular at TechEd 2008, this session is now on MVP TV! You’ve paid your shiny penny and it’s time to ask the fortune teller to forecast the future of your project. “Is my software development project going to successful? Will I be able to ship on time? Can I hit my budget?” The…

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SBS MVPs Unleash Super New Book!

Headed by MVP Eriq Neale, this collaborated book includes chapter contributions from MVPs Amy Babinchak, Steve Banks, Tim Barrett, Susan Bradley, Dean Calvert, Cris Hanna, Kevin James, Jeff Middleton, David Shackleford and Kevin Weilbacher. About the book: Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals Eriq Neale and his fellow MVPs cover every facet of planning, deploying, and managing…

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Australian MVP Lights Up The World For Summit!

Wow! Australian Windows Live MVP John O’Brien, was kind enough to build a fantastic Silverlight mashup map for MVP Global Summit 2009! The map shows where MVPs will be travelling from to attend this year’s event. The map is interactive and the Silverlight controls allow the user to zoom directly into the map. Take a…

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MVPs Breathe New Life into Linux Devices

  In the accompanying videos, MVP David Vescovi illustrates Windows CE 6 running on Gumstix and BeagleBoard motherboard devices. These are typically Linux-based devices which present a unique set of challenges. David and MVP Bill Mar have been working hard to be the first to install Windows CE 6.0 builds onto these boards. Take a…

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MVP TV – Changing Silverlight 2’s Control Appearance and Behaviour.

In this instalment of MVP TV, please join one of the most celebrated Taiwan ASP.Net MVPs, Alex Chang, as he covers Silverlight 2’s Style and Template control features. Please click on the Live Meeting link below and join Alex Chang as he unleashes his creativity on Silverlight 2! About the presenter: Alex Chang has been…

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MVP Discovers the Art of Silence

  MVP Lou Vega posts his first CodeProject article: ‘Own your phone – taking back control of your mobile phone’. Lou’s article describes the process of building a call management application for Windows Mobile 5.x/6.x. The application allows you to ‘programmatically handle’ calls to your device during inconvenient times, e.g. during meetings, sleeping, or watching…

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MVP TV – Scrum-tastic! Developing with Visual Studio Team System

Welcome to the second instalment of MVP TV! Imagine all of the interaction of MSDN Chats but with the rich experience of Microsoft Live Meeting and hosted by recognized world technology leaders – the Visual Studio Team System Microsoft MVPs! In this second airing of MVP TV, join recognized process expert, MVP Mike Azocar delivering…

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MVP Delivers in Brazil!

  Microsoft MVPs just loving sharing their knowledge! Recently, Brazilian MVP Alvaro Rezende delivered a number of free technology events covering Windows Server, Virtualization and Security to the local population of Northern and Central Brazil. In six months, Alvaro has held eight events which have attracted an audience of nearly 1000 people! This is remarkable,…

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Welcome to MVP TV!

MVP TV is a series of Microsoft Live Meetings which are presented by MVPs on their favourite topics. Wow! Imagine the interaction of MSDN Chats but with the richer experience of Microsoft Live meetings. Welcome to MVP TV! In this session of MVP TV, join Team System MVP Steve Andrews as he covers Automation with…

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Chinese MVP Steps Up to ASP.NET

Visual C# MVP Jianghua Luo has written a new book entitled “ASP.NET 3.5 Programming Step by Step”. The book is published by Machinery Industry Press and describes how Chinese developers can use ASP.NET 3.5 to write Web applications. The book is divided into 24 chapters and provides a rich source of knowledge for developers who…

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