Around The World With MVPs: Dozens Of Developers In Istanbul Go Deep Into Microsoft Technologies

One of the greatest things about being an MVP is getting to engage with global technical communities, whether it be through attending community events, connecting on Yammer, or through our very own MVP Award Blog and Twitter account. To keep these connections going strong – and to ignite new ones! – we’re pleased to share…


Around The World With MVPs: Istanbul

Every week we’re pleased to bring you MVP-focused news from around the world, to help you stay up to date on what’s happening in the community, near and far. This week we head to Istanbul, Turkey. The MVP community there hosted an event with the local DX team earlier this month. More than 30 MVPs, RDs,…


MVP Daron Yondem’s “Azure Academic Tour” has been a blast!

Coming back from Build 2016, Microsoft Azure MVP and Regional Director Daron Yöndem was so excited about the new product and service updates announced at the conference that he started an academic tour around Turkey. He visited eight cities hosting Azure sessions in eight different universities around nine events including Microsoft Tech Tour, an event…


Turkish MVPs Help Translate Visual Studio 2010

Turkish MVPs have been busy providing localized content for the Turkish speaking communities. Two major firsts were delivered recently. The Turkish Visual Studio 2010 Pro Language Pack was released for download, and a Turkish Visual Studio 2010 wiki was published to the MSDN Library. MVPs collaborated with Microsoft’s Turkish subsidiary  and Bilkent University in Ankara….


MVPs Quoting Seven Heaven

Ever since Windows 7 was available for testing, MVPs from around the world have not been shy in expressing their feelings for the new operating system! The following quotes are just a small sample of the feedback we received from MVPs in our Middle East and Africa region.   MVP Ahmed Bahaa from Egypt said,…

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