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…


New Zealand MVP Chris Auld discusses Silverlight for new ticket kiosk application

New Zealand MVP Chris Auld was interviewed about Ticket Direct’s Silverlight kiosk platform that he helped develop. Ticket Direct is New Zealand’s major entertainment ticket distribution company. They needed a new platform for ticket sales kiosks to be installed in New Zealand’s “big box” stores. In the interview below, Auld discussed the advantages of using Silverlight for…


Stop, Collaborate & Listen! MVPs Plan SharePoint Event in New Zealand!

New Zealand SharePoint MVPs are excited to announce July 2nd – 3rd as the dates for the “biggest” ever New Zealand SharePoint Conference! This will be the New Zealand conference to learn about SharePoint 2007 with expert local and international speakers presenting on topics that will help you understand and succeed with your SharePoint implementations…

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New Zealand MVPs Prepare for Code Camp!

New Zealand developer MVPs are pleased to announce that there will be a Code Camp held in Wellington on June 13 – 14th at Whitireia Community Polytech in Wellington! Topics for the two day event will include Silverlight development, ASP.NET, MVC, and what’s happening with .NET languages?, Object relational mapping, Sync framework, and a whole…

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New Zealand Code Camp – Keeping it Real

During November, MVPs based in Christchurch New Zealand, held their 2nd Developer Code Camp. The event included 4 local MVP presenters, (MVP Ivan Towlson, MVP Kirk Jackson, MVP David Roys and MVP Christopher Fairbairn) and a number of other community presenters. The one day event was attended by approximately 120 people! Special thanks to MVP…

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