Code Camp Comes to Macedonia F.Y.R.O.!

Please join MVPs Serge Luca, Ivan Pavlovic, Boban Stojanovski and Vladimir Meloski who will speaking at the .NET Code Camp on 6th June. Code Camp comes to Macedonia for the first time and is organised by the Macedonian .NET User Group, in collaboration with Microsoft and INETA! The one day event will bring together community…

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Indian MVP Helps to “Fix It”

Windows Desktop MVP Anand Khanse, has published a great article entitled, “Troubleshooting Windows Vista Search & Indexing Errors”. Anand’s blog post suggests a number of troubleshooting steps that can be taken to resolve a problem where the error message, “Search Failed to Initialize” is displayed. The Microsoft Fix It team were so impressed with Anand’s…

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Visio MVP Develops Free Shareware Application

Visio MVP David Parker recently developed visViewer as a shareware program to encourage the use of the Visio document format with non-Visio users. At the end of Jan 2009, the Visio application became available free on a Microsoft Visio Toolbox CD. 10,000 copies are currently in production and will be distributed worldwide. Wow! Download visViewer…

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Brazilian MVP Promotes Expression and Silverlight for School!

Brazilian MVP Jamil Lopes is passionate about Silverlight and Microsoft Expression. So much so, that he was instrumental in changing the web development course from Flash to Silverlight at one of Brazil’s biggest technology schools! Jamil is the technical adviser of MicroCamp, the biggest private technology school in Brazil. MicroCamp’s board of directors were reviewing…

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Death of a Web Server: Crisis in Caching

When you read a title like that you just might think you’re actually browsing the Drama genre in your Netflix account. But dig a little further and you’ll discover it’s actually a title of a Tech Ed North America session hosted by  Richard Campbell. An ASP/ASP.NET MVP with over 30 years of high-tech experience, a…

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Real World Perspectives on the Pros and Cons of Stored Procedures

The dispute about the usage of stored procedures almost seems to be a religious one. Both sides have some strong arguments. Who better to debate the topic than four MVPs, two Microsoft product managers and another industry expert who all live and breath the issues from their own frame of references! During this panel (PAN67)…

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Secure a Speaking Slot for Tech Ed North America 2010

If you’re attending Tech Ed in Los Angeles this month, why not consider entering the Speaker Idol contest? This contest is for experienced industry speakers who have not yet spoken at Tech Ed. The winner gets an invitation to speak at the next Tech Ed, plus a full conference pass! Put together a five minute…

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Security MVP Offers Malware Protection

Consumer Security MVP Mike Burgess’s Hosts file continues to lead the fight against malware and security threats from around the world. The internet can be a harsh place to surf, but Mike’s Hosts file for Windows, can be used to block ads, banners, 3rd party Cookies, 3rd party page counters, web bugs, and even most…

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Russian MVP Snaps Up PowerGUI for Powershell!

Russian MVP Dmitry Sotnikov has developed a user interface (UI) application for Microsoft PowerShell called PowerGUI. The UI application is built on top of Windows PowerShell and Dmitry’s application brings PowerShell to users who are more comfortable working with a graphical interface than compared to a command shell. PowerGUI can be used as a great…

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Dynamics MVP Leads with Windows Azure!

Congratulations to Microsoft Dynamics CRM (Customer Relationship Management) MVP, Julie Yack and Microsoft ASP.NET MVP David Yack who recently co-launched a virtual Microsoft Dynamics user group called XRMVirtual. The XRM (X=Anything Relationship Management) User Group is designed for the professional XRM developer community. The goals of the group are to spread awareness of Dynamics, share…

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