Mac MVP Contributes to Apple Script Book

Technorati Tags: MVP Award Program,AppleScript,USA,Office 2008 for Mac,MVP,Barry Wainwright MVP Barry Wainwright recently contributed to a chapter for the book ‘Learn AppleScript: The Comprehensive Guide to Scripting and Automation on Mac OS X’. The title offers a 50 page section on scripting Office for Mac applications (Entourage, Word, Excel and PowerPoint). The book has an…

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MVP Releases "Windows 7 for Dummies"

  MVP Andy Rathbone has just released his new book entitled, Windows 7 for Dummies! Whether you are new to computers or just eager to start using the latest version of Windows, Andy will walk you through the most common Windows 7 tasks, including managing files, applications, media, and Internet access. If you’ve never used…

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MVPs Talk Visual Studio 2010 at Dev Connections 2009

  Hi, My name is PJ Forgione, and I am a US-based Developer MVP Lead working primarily with the Visual Studio Language MVPs.  During the recent DevConnections conference, I caught up with many developer MVPs, to talk about Visual Studio 2010.  I wanted to hear all about their excitement for launch in March, the best…

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MVP Talks Community on Tech Talk Radio

MVP Michael Cocanower was interviewed earlier this year, by US radio show, KFNX-AM’s IMI Tech Talk! Michael does a terrific job at describing the MVP Award Program, and the value it brings to the technical community. He demonstrates the commitment MVPs have to help individuals maximize their technology investments. The 25-minute interview can be heard…

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Water Cooler Interview With SharePoint MVP

In this episode of The Water Cooler, host Kirk Evans talks with the SharePoint Cowboy, MVP Eric Shupps.  In this interview, Eric discusses the use of SharePoint as an application platform and both discuss the use of TDD within application frameworks and how Visual Studio 2010 and its SharePoint integration will significantly lower the bar…

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MVP Discusses Health Monitoring on ASP.NET

In the latest episode of the Connected Show podcast, listen to MVP Milan Negovan discuss health monitoring in ASP.NET and what to do when things go wrong! (Starts at 24:47). Microsoft’s Peter Laudati (Developer Evangelist) and Dmitry Lyalin (Microsoft Consulting Services) also discuss Eclipse support for Windows 7, the Azure Content Deliver Network and other…

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MVPs Release Windows 7 Resource Kit

  The Windows 7 Resource Kit is now available from Microsoft Press. This 1700 page book and CD was authored by three MVPs Mitch Tulloch, Tony Northrup and Jerry Honeycutt, and also by Ed Wilson who is commonly known as The Scripting Guy on Microsoft TechNet. The lead author Mitch Tulloch also maintains an Unofficial…

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MVP Releases Windows Live Essentials & Services Book

MVP Brad Jones with Marcus Schmidt recently released a new book entitled “Windows Live Essentials and Services: Using Free Microsoft Applications for Windows 7”. The book is a full-colour, step-by-step guide for using Microsoft’s new Windows Live Essentials series of free applications. Step-by-step instructions show you how to use not only these applications, but also…

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Join the Windows 7 Conversation at HP’s Expert Day!

Do you want to share your Windows 7 tips and tricks, guides and tutorials with the community, and hear great ideas from others? HP is holding a series of online events through their forums, to do just that. Join Microsoft MVPs and other “experts” to share answers to questions on Windows 7, HP products and…

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MVP Releases Windows 7 Inside Out Book

MVP Ed Bott has just released his latest book covering Windows 7 – Inside Out! The new book contains hundreds of timesaving solutions, troubleshooting tips and workarounds for Microsoft latest operating system. Learn how to compare features and capabilities within each edition of Windows 7. Configure and customise your system with advanced setup options and…

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