MVP Friday Five: March 9, 2012

We’ve scoured the MVP blogosphere and selected some great posts which highlight some great tips, how-to’s and insight. 1. Limiting the Accessibility- Another Way of Friend Assemblies By ASP.NET/IIS MVP BrijMishra | @brij_bhushan In this post, Brij walks us through another way of implementing the C# feature of Friend Assemblies.   2. XamDataGrid Cell Adorner…


Customizing Your Messages With Dialog Sheets

Editor’s Note: The following MVP Monday post is by Excel MVP Tom Urtis. Over the course of Excel’s evolution, many older features that were state of the art in their day have been cast aside for newer ways of doing things. Some of those older features remain fully supported and useful in later versions of Excel….


MVP Friday Five- MVP Summit 2012 Edition

We have a special MVP Friday Five for you this week in honor of the 2012 MVP Global Summit that has been happening here in Redmond! These stories from MVPs who attended cover their experiences meeting and learning from other MVPs. Get a feeling for what it’s like to be an MVP in Redmond for…


Talking Cloud with Windows Azure MVP Magnus Martensson

Windows Azure MVP Magnus Martensson From: Sweden Time as an MVP: 2 months Blog: Magnus Martensson   Which technical communities are you most active in? In forums I could certainly become more active. My BIG passion is to actually meet people and make them as excited and passionate about the greatest job in the world…


GeekGive at the 2012 MVP Global Summit

In what is becoming an MVP Global Summit tradition, community members from around the world arrived a couple of days before the official kick-off of the event to contribute their time and energy to helping those in need.Fifty-five members of the MVP community jumped on buses yesterday morning and headed to Northwest Harvest to pack more…


MVP Friday Five: February 24, 2012

Thanks for tuning in for this week’s MVP Friday Five! There is a lot of excitement happening around the 2012 MVP Global Summit that is happening next week, but we still want to take the time to highlight some of the great technical content that MVPs are providing through their blogs. This week’s articles are…


MVP Global Summit—A World-class Community Event!

Editor’s note: the following is a guest post by MVP Award Program Events and Marketing Manager Paulette Suddarth We’re now less than one week away from what is likely the largest community event in the world—the MVP Global Summit. This year, more than 1,500 MVPs will travel from 70 countries to meet with members of…


Talking Cloud with Windows Azure MVP Wely Lau

Windows Azure MVP Wely Lau From: Singapore Time as an MVP: 3 years Blog: http://wely-lau.net  or A Cloudy Place   Which technical communities are you most active in? AzureUG.SG (Windows Azure User Group Singapore) Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MWAPSG How did you first start in community? The adoption and level of interest in Windows Azure are pretty high…


Leveraging Office 365 for Project Collaboration Success

Editor’s Note: The following MVP Monday post is by SharePoint Server MVP Dux Raymond. Are you stuck in an environment where project management procedure is more of a happy accident than a smooth process that properly employs tools that will enhance collaborative processes on projects? Currently, you may be working in an enterprise where most project management…


MVP Friday Five: February 17, 2012

MVPs are known for their expert contributions to the technology community. They provide answers to common questions, complex problems and, just as importantly, they ask questions and inspire discussion. This week’s MVP Friday Five illustrates the full spectrum of MVP contributions.   Why Small Businesses Should Switch from Exchange to Office 365   By Exchange…