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…


MVPs in the Americas Connect Communities to Microsoft Virtual Academy and Channel 9

MVPs in the Americas have been very busy creating and sharing how-to content on Microsoft’s leading learning channels, Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) and Channel 9! Microsoft Virtual Academy provides free, online training to help developers, IT and data professionals, and students learn the latest technology, build their skills, and advance their careers. Channel 9 also…


Introduction to the Internet of Things – From the Device to Microsoft Azure Cloud

Editor’s note: In partnership with Microsoft Press, MVPs have been contributing to an ongoing guest series on their official team blog. Today’s article is from Visual C++ MVP Alon Fliess and is the 51st in the series. Technology advances in “Buzzwords” steps. At the beginning, there is the basic technology. It slowly evolves, and then…


Manage Media Delivery in the Cloud with Microsoft Azure and Media Services

Editor’s note: In partnership with Microsoft Press, MVPs have been contributing to an ongoing guest series on their official team blog. Today’s article is from ASP.Net/IIS MVP Julien Corioland. Thanks, Julien!  This article talks about managing media workflows in the cloud using Microsoft Azure Media Services. Introduction Today, people want be able to consume videos…


UK/IE MVP Cloud OS Week Invitation

9th to 13th September, join the MVP community in London for a ‘real world’ look at the Microsoft Cloud OS Monday 9th September at the Microsoft Office, Victoria, London Join leading MVPs for a two track one day event that tackles the delivery of Enterprise data platforms and analytics solutions. Please register to attend either…


Talking Cloud Tuesday with ASP.NET/IIS MVP Gyorgy Balassy

How long have you been an MVP? I was in the first group of Hungarian MVPs in 2004. How did you first start in community? At the dawn of .NET in 2001, Microsoft Hungary organized several developer events, and they asked our team at the Technical University of Budapest to provide experts for technical sessions….


Talking Cloud Tuesday with ASP.NET MVP Benjamin Soulier

  How long have you been an MVP? 1 year How did you first start in community? Have been working on MS technologies for 12 years Which technical community or communities are you most active in (where can people find you)? Provide links if necessary Personal Blog: http://www.soulier.ch/ Twitter: @bsoulier What’s the best technical tip…


Talking Cloud Tuesday with Visual Basic MVP Alessandro Del Sole

      How long have you been an MVP? Since July 2008 How did you first start in community? I started in 2000 as a community user, and then I began writing articles in 2002. After that, I became a forum answerer, author of books, speaker and so on. Which technical community or communities…


Talking Cloud Tuesday with BizTalk MVP Mick Badran

  BizTalk MVP Mick Badran How long have you been an MVP? 6 years How did you first start in community? I started as a BizTalk developer/integrator and ran the Sydney BizTalk User group. I also had equal in depth knowledge in SharePoint. I also created and involved fellow peers into 2 successful ‘BizTalk Light…


Talking Cloud Tuesday: Windows Azure MVP Ming Chung Chu

Windows Azure MVP Ming Chung Chu How long have you been an MVP?I have been an MVP for 9 years (2004-2012) How did you first start in community?My community experience started with the Programmer-Club managing “Training and Certification” and “.NET group” forums at 2001. In 2003, I joined the Microsoft online community newsgroups to answer questions…