Friday Five – December 13, 2013

1. Dynamics CRM MVP Roohi Sheikh – Mobile Client for Dynamics CRM 2013   2. Powershell MVP Carlo Mancini – How to build a System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2 lab – part 6   3. Visual C# MVP Thomas Levesque – Uploading data with HttpClient using a “push” model   4. ASP.NET MVP James Chambers – Working…


Getting the Most out of the Kinect SDK

Editor’s Note: The Following MVP Monday post is by Silverlight MVP Michael Crump Introduction The official Kinect SDK by Microsoft has been released and I’ve recently had the chance to play with it. Before we get started you may be asking, “What is it?” Let’s see how Microsoft defines it: The Kinect for Windows SDK…


MVPs Take Top Honors in Kinect for Windows Application

Congratulations to Expression Blend MVP Xiao Yuan Chuang  and ASP.NET MVP Ouch Liu, champions of the Kinect for Windows application contest held during the most recent Taiwan Tech Days–just a couple of months after Microsoft released the software development kit (SDK) beta for Kinect for Windows. The SDK delivers Kinect capabilities to developers who build…


MVPs Bring Together Hundreds of Developers to Hack Kinect and Build Games in Sydney

By Nick Ellery, MVP LEAD, Australia This summer a handful of Australian MVPs banded together to deliver the ‘Developer!Developer!Developer! Sydney’ event in Sydney, Australia. ‘DDDSydney’, as the event soon came to be known, was a two-day developer event that not only featured sessions on some of the latest dev tools and practices around, but which…