Excel Super Hero Recognised for Training Embassy Officials!

Excel MVP Kai Liu recently delivered Microsoft Office training for 3 foreign officials and 5 Chinese officials at the Embassy of Israel in Beijing. Kai prepared a number of exercises and course examples for the dignitaries. He even produced a short training manual, filled with practical exercises to help the officials to study further after…


Grab a Free Expression Web Ebook!

  UK MVP Tina Clarke has recently published the second version of her Microsoft Expression EBook. Geared towards Microsoft’s Expression Web, this Ebook is a free download and well worth reading if you want to enhance your Expression Web experience! Tina also provides Microsoft Expression tips, tutorials and Ebooks on her Expression Web blog.


Windows Mobile MVP wins Swedish IT Consultant of the Year Award!

Wow! MVP Andreas Sjostrom, has was won the IT Consultant of Year Award in Sweden. The judges at IDG awarded Andreas the coveted award for his community and media efforts in supporting Windows Mobile. Andreas has been involved in designing enterprise mobile solutions since 1998. Together with Christian Forsberg he wrote, "Pocket PC Development in…


Architecting Your Enterprise With .NET

Congratulations to Italian MVPs, Dino Esposito and Andrea Saltarello on the release of their book “Microsoft® .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise” published by Microsoft Press. The book covers essential concepts such as UML, design patterns, the core system (business, services, data access, and presentation layers). The authors cover specific tools, including the Microsoft .NET…


El Guille Keeps on Moving!

  Spanish MVP Guillermo Som, continues his Spanish tour visiting developers and user groups throughout Spain. Guillermo’s, (“el Guille”) tour began during September and started in Malaga. Since September he has visited Madrid, Valencia, Tarragona, Barcelona, Igualada, Vic, Andorra, Pamplona and Murcia. Guillermo is presenting on a number of developer related themes during his tour….

Light up your Christmas with C# and .NET

Christmas is fast approaching! Are you looking for a small programming challenge over the winter break? Have you thought about controlling your Christmas tree lights with C# and .NET? Or create a tiny, connected data logger that integrates into your company network? Or, anything in between? Well, take a look at MVP Rob Miles’ recent…



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